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 on Clybourn Avenue and Halsted Street. Choose between the following options:
- For $28, you get four full exterior and interior hand washes (a $93.96 value).
- For $42, you get a hand wash and hand wax (a $94.72 value).
The car burnishers at We’ll Clean Auto Spa possess tenderness and a detail-oriented approach to car-pampering services, which earned the company the title of Best Car Wash by the Chicago Reader in 2010. During the hand wash, agile digits deftly spruce up the car’s exterior, flushing the body of dirt and hieroglyphics drawn by neighborhood birds before zeroing in on the intricate grillwork, the gunk-ridden wheel wells, and the inscrutable gas-tank door. Interior windows, dashboards, and center consoles sparkle to life after a wipe-down, door jambs forfeit gooey build up to nimble hands, and seats blossom after being unburdened of dirt. Next, the techs run a vacuum along the carpeting, extract ashtray accruements, and prevent spare tires from molting in the trunk. Shiny cars shrug off excess water with the help of high-pressure air hoses before cruising to the dry station to be evenly de-moisturized.
We’ll Clean Auto Spa’s hand-wax treatment gilds post-bath cars in a glossy, protective coating designed to repel paint-damaging winter hazards such as road salt, precipitation, and reindeer sneezes. During the two- to three-hour wash-and-wax package, customers are invited to relax or deconstruct crossword puzzles in either location’s waiting area.
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.