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What You'll Get
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 this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $59 for five original interior and exterior hand washes (a $153.05 value)
- $99 for one full interior and exterior detail (a $276.15 value)<p>
During each 30- to 40-minute hand wash, car spa techs focus on grill work, wheel wells, and spoilers before attending to vehicle interiors, where they clean windows, dashboards, the center console, doorjambs, and seats, and vacuum carpeted areas and ashtrays. Alternatively, the four- to six-hour detailing service includes a power buffing, hand waxing, hand wash, and wipe down with a high-pressure air hose, which shoos away droplets more effectively than solo towels or groups of mechanics blowing as hard as they can. After dressing tires, the team moves indoors to shampoo all upholstery and carpets, dress vinyl surfaces, and vacuum the trunk’s dusty crannies. Cloths whisk dirt from interior windows, consoles, and mirrors, and a spritz of deodorizer wraps up the session.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Dec 11, 2013. Amount paid never expires. Valid only for option purchased. Appointment required for detailing option. Extra fee for vehicles larger than station wagons and SUVs. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About We’ll Clean
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.