Korean Magical Car Wash Faries
Updated: Feb 6, 2020
Did you know you can get someone to wash your car while it’s parked in your garage? In some apartment buildings in Korea, there are services that come late at night and are like little faries that magically clean your car while you sleep. It’s an amazing service that ensures your car is always sparkling clean and looking it’s best. These services generally wipe down your car on a nightly basis or semi regular schedule to avoid any build up. Others will use pressured steam so they don't have to wet down the garage. If you’ve ever noticed your neighbor’s car with their wiper blades propped up in the morning, it’s probably because they have this service.
Alternatively, and depending on where you are in Seoul there are also services that come pick-up your car to have them washed and returned while you are at work. It’s a great service for those who are busy and don’t have a few extra hours to go in for a nice hand wash and waxing. Most of these services will also clean the interior of your car and have options for disinfecting to rid your vehicle of cookie crumbs, coffee stains and dust.
To check for availability or to schedule these services, Wonderful can help! As a personal assistant service dedicated to helping expats and visitors in Korea we’re here to assist you in saving time and getting things done that otherwise seem difficult. Regarding our pricing, we charge for the time taken working on your request at 800 KRW/min (There is a 15% discount for first time users), and you can get a refund on the remaining time within 3 months. Typical concert ticket purchase requests would take from 30 minutes to an hour if shipping is involved. There are NO processing fees when you pay us via bank wire transfer. (You will pay only the cost of the item(s)). When we charge your bank card, there is an 8.5% processing fee that goes to the payment processor for their services. We do NOT benefit from this fee. For more information regarding our pricing, please follow this link.
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