Your car relies on you to maintain it regularly and not to gun it across any rivers, even if there are free Thickburgers on the opposite bank. Keep your vehicular promises with today’s Groupon to Trusted Detailing. Choose between the following options:
- For $129, you get the supreme auto detail for a sedan (a $299 value).
- For $159, you get the supreme auto detail for an SUV, truck, or minivan (a $450 value).<p>
The attentive technicians at Trusted Detailing sanitize and shine the nooks and crannies of cars, SUVs, or trucks with high-tech super-polymers that are nontoxic and noncarcinogenic. During the supreme detail, which takes four to six hours, staffers hand wash the exterior, clean and polish the wheels, and wipe the finish with clay bar to remove baked-in grime and villanelles written with fingertips. After polishing the trim, metal, and chrome to a reflective luster, techs apply a 50%-carnauba-wax coating, buff the shell to a mirror glaze, and further enrich the luster with glass-coat shine. Detailers cleanse interiors with chemical-free solutions and complete steam cleanings and enrich seats and carpets with shampoos before blasting away longstanding stains. An exploration of crevices, air vents, ductwork, and cracks expunges entrenched dirt from all angles, and techs tidy up consoles and wipe-down switches, knobs, and ejector-seat buttons.
Trusted Detailing’s technicians have detailed everything from automobiles to Air Force One. Now, SAM 970—the first presidential jet—didn’t grace their garage. Rather, members of Trusted Detailing’s staff were selected to clean portions of the aircraft for the Museum of Flight’s Air Force One display at Boeing Field. Their assignment to this task speaks to their expertise, which is on display daily during an array of detailing services. They hand wash exteriors, buff out scratches, and use ozone generators to eliminate mold, odor, and bad attitude from vehicles. Mindful of the environment, the staff packs non-toxic and non-carcinogenic products, as well as No Rinse Wash & Shine, which can wash cars with less than two quarts of water.