Mayor Catherine Pugh set up the service in June to help employ Baltimore’s youth. Prices range from $5 to $15.
Fourteen-year-old Daquan Stewart, a Bluford Drew Jemison STEM Academy student, was among several washing the police commissioner’s car.
“It’s nice we can do it, but it’s a little bit of pressure,” Stewart said.
Looking on was police spokesman T.J. Smith, who said his first job at 10 years old was as a car washer. He said he called his business “Sparkle and Clean.”