What You'll Get
Cars require occasional cleanings, unlike dirt collections or Teflon pants. Add shine to your auto with today's Groupon: for $69, you get an express detail at Waterfront Auto Complex in Homestead (a $149.95 value).
The preferred detail center of commercial dealerships and limo services, Waterfront Auto Complex attentively tracks and destroys all forms of automotive filth. The one- to two-hour express detail begins with a platinum wash, which sanitizes the outer auto before smearing it with hot wax and sealer wax and using triple-foam polish to soothe garage-bug bites. Next, the chassis is treated with a rust inhibitor, tires and wheels roll around in cleaning solutions, and hand towels drape the car in dryness. Technicians then go to work on the vehicle's exterior with a careful buff and wax, adding a one-two punch of shine and polish to the chrome. Once dashboards have been wiped down and interior surfaces vacuumed, the staff sprinkles fabric protector on the seats to guard them from self-destructive Slurpees. Though Waterfront Auto Complex sometimes features a discounted price online, this Groupon still offers the best deal available.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jan 15, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit. $10 rescheduling fee. Extra fee may apply for vans, SUVs, and large vehicles. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Waterfront Auto Complex
Perseverance pays off. Waterfront Auto Complex, like many other family-run businesses, struggled to maintain its footing after the closing of Homestead Steel Works. Their approach? After nearly four decades in service, they decided it was time for an upgrade. The team added a window-tint and detail shop to their automatic car wash and, after an uptick in business, a full-service Penzoil oil change. Waterfront now looks forward to many more years of servicing cars, SUVs, and, eventually, hovercrafts. “I really see an opportunity for growth in the Homestead area, not just for the waterfront, but all of the businesses and neighborhoods," says James A. Laux, president of the company’s corporate parent. "I'm not the only one making an investment in this community. As more people see the opportunity, the Mon Valley will do nothing but grow!”