Given your penchant for wordplay, a gaffe in your teaser for next week’s show caught my ear.
In the current economic climate it might be possible, yet is still highly unlikely that anyone is going to “professionally clean” a car.
“Professionals” have membership in and are acccountable to some supervisory body that, should you fail to perform to some standard, has the ability to kick you out. Lawyers, doctors, accountants, engineers (but only if ‘PE’ certified), vets, and even soldiers are all professionals. They are accountable for their actions. Lawyers, for example, can be disbarred.
By contrast, no matter how well they do their jobs nuclear physicsits, consultants, politicians, hair dressers, journalists, dry cleaners, chauffers, car mechanics, and janitors or cleaners are not professionals. They are not accountable to a professional board.
So unless your car is being cleaned by a bunch of unemployed accountants, it is probably not going to be “professionally cleaned”.
“Careers” are not “professions”.