May 19, 2012 at 2:08 pm
Or so their production company told me when they had us pressure clean these two halves of this ’57 Cadillac.
So, I get this breathless call early one rainy morning asking to send out a crew of my techs on an urgent job regarding a ’57 Cadillac in a swimming pool in a chi-chi neighborhood on the beach.
What? Are you kidding?
This is a joke, right? I kind of blew it off and immediately said “Ma’am, maybe you should call 911” and was about to hang up.
“But no, no, wait a sec” said the young lady on the other end of the line. “really, we need to put this car we cut in half into this pool for an episode of CSI-Miami and it’s like really dirty. You know, like gross.”
Ah, ok. I’m getting the picture… I think. The Boss (that’s me) is on the ball and catches on pretty quick. I think to myself&hellip “so what would Abie do?”
“Can you help us out here?” the young lady persists, waking me from my reverie.
“Sure we can!” I tell her, “You tell Lt. Horatio Caine and Det. Calleigh to hang in there and we’ll have your old Cadillac clean enough to dump in anyone’s pool!”
From the heavy sigh on the other end of the line I can tell I just made someone’s day. Well, the Boss took it from there… One of my top notch crew of techs loaded up one of our hot water rigs and plenty of degreaser, filled our 550 gallon tank -no water on site out in this field where the old caddy was- and we were off.
Well, another ‘exciting’ day of pressure cleaning with the Boss ends successfully!
We got that car clean and the production team was thrilled.
Though I was really disappointed that David Caruso wasn’t there in his big ‘ole Hummer. We would have definitely offered to pressure clean his wheels to be sure!
Being not especially star struck I did remember to tell that young lady to keep our number handy and visit our website often:
https://www.ultrapressurecleaning.com, and be sure to keep reading our kickin’ blog.
That does still beg the question however:
so what would Abie do?
Till next time; Keep it clean!