Cars, like cans of soup, raise suspicions if they're dirty, coated in salt, or dented from the inside. Cleanse your ride of unwanted attention with today's Groupon to We'll Clean Auto Spa, with locations on North Halsted Street (open Monday–Saturday) and North Clybourn Avenue (open seven days a week). Choose between the following options:
• For $33, you get three hand washes (up to an $81.90 value).
• For $77, you get an exterior detailing, including hand wash, machine buff, PSO hand wax, and minor paint touch-ups plus, a detailing warranty (up to a $154.96 value).
For 25 years, We'll Clean Auto Spa has been pampering cars with the tender care most people reserve for friends, pets, and lonely mail carriers. The thorough hand wash evicts the bugs from the grill, coaxes grime from the wheels and wheel wells, and rubs the road salt off the underside of the bumper. Chassis-scrubbers will then be granted access to your car's inner sanctum, where they'll launder soiled surfaces and vacuum dirt-swilling carpeting.
Opt for the second automobile ablution package, and a hand wash, machine buff, and PSO hand wax will keep summer slime from latching onto horseless chariots. During the exterior detailing service, expert cleaners meticulously scour away grime that remains unmoved by gas station mega-brushes and the silent treatment. Car-care connoisseurs will burnish chrome components, such as wheel covers and bumpers, while tires get a thorough scrubdown. Auto-body bald spots get a paint-based comb-over, with minor image-enhancing touch-ups to the exterior color; the included warranty guarantees that any threats to the detail work within 14 days are subverted handily.
We’ll Clean auto spa, awarded Best Car Wash by the Chicago Reader in 2010, mollycoddles cars inside a spacious warehouse garage with exposed beams and a skylight. The team behind We’ll Clean has been revivifying jalopies and hot rods since 1984, culminating in a 29-year anniversary party on January 20. They combine attention to detail with a concern for the environment, an awareness of patrons' busy lives, and a mindfulness of dusty dashboards' sensitive feelings.