A man in Orlando, Florida, hopes to make a cool million by having bikini-clad women wash cars in hot weather.
Steve McMahon, 47, opened Baywash Bikini Car Wash five years ago as a fundraiser for his daughter, who attends a special school for autistic children.
Now he has a staff of six bikini-clad "soap artists" trained in every aspect of caring for a car, charging $10 for a simple "hand wash" and $60 for an "express wax and interior combo package."
Apparently, the "soap artists" attention to detail is attracting a lot of business.
“Now we have a lot of high-end cars coming through. We’ve done Lamborghinis, Ferraris and Bentleys. We get a lot of nice cars here," McMahon told Barcroft TV.
There is also a splash of controversy.
“When we opened up we offered free services for law enforcement because we appreciated their service," McMahon said according to the Mirror. “One day a female officer took a picture of sheriffs getting their cars washed. They quickly got an email from the captain saying ‘no more Baywash.'”