Car washes spray away a car's dirt and grime, but nothing can rinse away its deep-seated sense of guilt over crushing that ladybug. Give your automobile a fresh start with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
$35 for five protectant packages (up to a $74.90 value)
$67 for ten protectant packages (up to a $149.80 value)
Each visit includes a full-service car wash with an exterior tunnel wash, interior dusting of the dashboard and console, vacuuming of the seats and floor, and cleaning all windows inside and out. Visits also include an undercarriage wash with rust inhibitor, luster tri-foam wax, triple carnauba sealer, and air freshener. Protectant treatments remove magnesium chloride and protect the clear coat of a car, truck, or SUV. For optimum performance, staff recommends this service be performed weekly.
Waterworks Car Wash
Washing the family car at home can waste hours of daylight and gallons of water. At Waterworks Car Wash, the staff’s green practices help car owners save time and shrink their carbon footprints. During car washes, dirty cars travel through a standard conveyor belt, then employees hand-dry vehicles and vacuum. Techs are equally conscientious during detail sessions, applying wax with an orbital polisher and cleaning interior carpeting with dry foam. Waiting customers find respite within the shop, where comfortable tables surrounded by ocean-blue tile offer a place for them to have a snack or write long love letters to their cars.
96% of 810 customers recommend
“Tip the workers well, it's hot, crowded & crazy, & they're doing their best!”
“They will grant you a card that is good for one year but say they will honor the card forever. Good deal!”
“Best bang for your car wash buck-fast too-line of cars may look daunting but moves quickly, try it, you'll like it. Better than the snobby Colorado Blvd and Cherry...”
“Best bang for your car wash buck-fast too-line of cars may look daunting but moves quickly, try it, you'll like it. Better than the snobby Colorado Blvd and Cherry Creek Drive place that could never get it right and charges twice as much.”