"Now here's a great idea: Get your car washed and vacuumed at a reasonable cost, in a way that's eco-friendly, and they'll even come to you!
Best of all, these guys do it without water, waste, or harming the environment, with a series of biodegradable products that leave the exterior and interior of your car sparkling clean.
Earth-friendly and style-friendly.
Likewise, I would also describe the guys themselves as super-nice, fast and detailed: 'go-getters' through and through.
There's also a vision here: of making the way we do stuff on the planet just a little more planet-friendly."
Paul A., Los Angeles, CA 3/21/2010 Yelp
"Eco Detail did an incredible job on my car and I've been recommending it to people ever since. The fact that they saved about 50 gallons of water makes me very very happy and they really paid attention to the details. They even used a machine to clear out my air conditioning ducts and it made a huge difference - no more of that A/C funk. I hope they grow and end up with franchises everywhere. You really should try them out, it's exceptional."
Linda G., Los Angeles, CA 4/6/2010 Yelp
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