Pay R15 for a car wash and go at Sparkling Auto Care (save 50%)
- Save 50% on a professional car wash
- Technicians are skilled and trained
- They’ll make your car look brand new
- Ideal as gift from owner to car
- Groupon redeemable for up to 6 months
- Groupon only issued and valid once deal closes
- Groupon covers an exterior wash only
Gone are the days when your physical appearance was your top priority. No longer can you pay thousands of rands a month on hair, nails, make up or even clothes for that matter. No longer can you afford to be so selfish. It’s time to take care of your car for a change, because your car deserves your attention too. With today’s Groupon you can afford to give your car a mini make over for only R15 at one of South Africa’s highly professional auto care centres, Sparkling Auto Care.
With this Groupon you receive a wash and go to the value of R30. Every one of Sparkling Auto Care’s staff members have to complete an extensive training program and pass with distinction, ensuring quality service delivery every time. Sparkling auto combines automobile hygiene with automobile vanity, providing you with a car that isn’t only easy on the eyes but on the nose too.
When your car returns from Sparkling Auto Care you’ll see it as more than a means to get from destination A to destination B. It’ll be the accessory you take along on your journeys. Your previous best friend Chico the dog would be subjected to riding along in a rented trailer though.
If you felt like the relationship between you and your car was on the rocks then Sparkling Auto Care will rekindle that old flame by giving your car that well deserved make over. Your car, however, might not yet be due for a car wash, that’s OK; the Groupon voucher is redeemable for up to 6 months.
Automotive fact: Hitler had a lair known as “wonderland” where he would attempt inventing flawless creations. On July 10 1987 he attempted to draw a diagram depicting the perfect pair of tyres. The Americans infiltrated his lair and were outraged as they could not make out the drawing at all. After closer observation they noticed a pattern and marketed the idea as a dance known as the waltz.