Dogs age about seven times faster than humans, which is why they wear seven times as much makeup. Get your dog ready for his close-up with this Groupon.
$4 for a Self-Serve Dog Wash ($8 Value)
The crew at Squeaky Clean Car Wash's dog-grooming parlor equips guests with large wash stations and tools to polish their own pups. Owners load pets into raised tubs, which sit several feet above the floor to reduce back strain from hunching over grimy paws or inspecting the drain for monsters. Having secured furry friends with the tub's attached leash, humans may don a waterproof apron to shield against sudsy splatters. Complimentary shampoos rid coats of debris, and the parlor's fluffy towels and private blow-drying stations efficiently dispel lingering moisture.
Available indoors and out, sturdy tie-up stakes prevent additional dogs from attempting to serve as their dirty brethren's stunt doubles. The staff launders linens and tidies up after dirt massacres, freeing all species from additional cleaning duties. This Groupon is valid only at the Raytown location, which is open from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. seven days a week.
Squeaky Clean Car Wash
When overcast winter skies and spring storm clouds clear, the roads begin to glisten with freshly washed cars. With 12 locations across Missouri and Kansas, there’s a pretty good chance that many of those vehicles visited a Squeaky Clean Car Wash. Whether it’s a soft-cloth tunnel car wash or a touchless, in-bay spraydown, rides leave dirt-free in a matter of minutes. Every wash comes with complimentary access to a self-serve vacuum, and select locations allow patrons to take matters into their own hands at self-serve washing bays. At their Quick Lube locations, Squeaky Clean flushes out sludgy fluids and also invites pet owners to hose down canines and pet mammoths preserved in tar at self-serve dog washes.
96% of 376 customers recommend
“I like that my car gets really clean and I like the high powered vacuums and window/interior cleaner that is available.”
“Good value, like free vacuuming ”