Robots are good for many things, including freaking out dogs and launching war on mankind, but they lack the gentleness of a human touch. Clean your ride without angering bitter robots with today’s Groupon to the recently-opened Valet Detail in Fife. This deal is also valid at all Seattle Valet Detail locations. Choose from the following options:
- For $56, you get a winter-protection package for standard size vehicles such as passenger cars, compact trucks, and small to medium SUVs (a $120 value).
- For $69, you get a winter-protection package for large vehicles such as full-size trucks, large SUVs, vans, and mini vans (a $140 value).
Each package includes the following: * Full vehicle wash * Hand-wax application * Undercarriage protectant * Rain-X treatment to all exterior windows
Valet Detail’s staff of professional cleaners cajoles dirt from car façades before armoring the exterior in protective treatments that ward off winter-related damage. To kick off the service, dexterous technicians sweep the car with agile hands, nimbly scrubbing surfaces as the car shrugs off dirt and begins to glow like a firefly’s weekly allowance. Once the exterior is free of filth, staffers gild the outer shell in protective hand waxes that emblazon the original finish and protect the paint from becoming dulled by the elements. Next, detailers duck below and secure the undercarriage in ample coatings of protectants to keep road contaminants from eating through the bottom of the vehicle.
Before letting the car loose, cleaners equip all exterior windows with Rain-X, a water repellent that improves visibility by causing precipitation to roll swiftly off the car and puddle-wrestle with spilled motor oil.
Valet Detail's staff of professional cleaners cajoles dirt from the exteriors and interiors of autos, motorcycles, aircraft, and marine vessels. Dust-busting techs scour vehicles with environmentally friendly products onsite and even offer on-location mobile services. When they aren't polishing sedans, techs lather up fleets of semi trucks, company SUVs, and horse-drawn shopping carts.