Neglected cars try to escape their owners by parking in tow zones or running away from their garages to join the demolition derby. Keep custody of your car with today's Groupon at The Mobile Electronics Guru. Choose from the following options:
- For $89, you get a complete car detailing (a $229 value).
- For $125, you get a complete truck, van, or SUV detailing (a $254 value).
- For $149, you get a complete boat detailing for boats up to 21 feet in length (a $315 value).
The detailers at The Mobile Electronics Guru scrub, polish, wipe, and buff clean the interiors and exteriors of both water and land-based vehicles. Cars, vans, trucks, or SUVs shake off their filth during a primary exterior wash, during which technicians use an exterior clay bar to pluck off bonded gunk before buffing bodies to a smooth veneer, and waxing frames until they become as reflective as a fifth-year philosophy major. Shampoo interrogators ithen infiltrate the latticework of fabrics to intimidate stains and spills while grime fighters excavate dashes, consoles, and windows from their dusted shells. Vacuums scour insides to swallow up loose debris, sand, and stray pet rocks. To top off the treatment, engines purr as technicians de-grease and dress the motor, leaving the engine free and unfettered from slime and goo. Car and truck details generally take 4–6 hours.
Boats doff their clingy residue during a full detail that swathes the vessel in a full-body exterior wash and oxidation removal. An exterior buff and wax restores the boat's body to its pre-venture state, followed by a trailer wash and tire cleaning. Cleaners venture into vessels for an interior vacuum and spot cleaning—which keeps cabins tidy and sparkly—and a window and cockpit wipe-down that ensures the captain is not distracted from steering by trying to solve geometrical puzzles mysteriously drawn into the dust. Boat details typically last for 6–8 hours.
The Mobile Electronics Guru
The staff at The Mobile Electronics Guru refurbishes rides with gadgetry, window tinting, and detailing. The team touts certification from the National Glass Association and Mobile Electronics Certified Professional program (MECP). They tint windows with film from SunTek and replace cracked windshields with sheets of glass from Pilkington. The staff also installs a hodgepodge of items, including remote starters, audio and video equipment, truck accessories, and backup cameras that drivers can watch while reversing or parked at a drive-through movie theater.
5357 Plainfield Ave. NE
Grand Rapids, Michigan 49525