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Detailing

Stoner winner received $100 in products for clean carpet photo

The first winner in our monthly contest will be unveiled in our upcoming November issue.


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Stoner chooses first winner in monthly detailing contest

View the "before" photo that won $100 worth of Stoner products.


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Removing the toughest stains

Finding the right tools, right products and right procedures to clean any vehicle’s interior.

Food and drinks, markers and crayons, these items frequently leave their mark on the seats, carpets and floor mats.


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NRCC 25th anniversary highlights include keynote address, education and celebration

The educational sessions, show floor and other events provided new ideas and practical advice for carwash owners of all formats.


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Comparing commercial and retail detailers

Exploring the advantages and challenges that affect both sides of the detailing industry.
The main question is: Who gives a customer the better choice? Is it a commercial detailing operation or residential detailing, commonly known as mobile or private detailing?
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Joe Kennedy’s Auto Beauty Center

These pieces and other promotional materials developed by Kennedy showcase his basic marketing beliefs. First, be different in your marketing offerings. Next, never market detailing, market yourself.


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Show off your before-and-after pictures, win products

Birmingham, Ala. — Starting in the October issue, Professional Carwashing & Detailing will showcase a set of before-and-after detailing images in each monthly issue.


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Microfiber tips for detailers

Microfiber cloths and towels for greater efficiency, lower friction and scratching, and easier washing, rinsing and drying, work well for detailers.


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Fire engulfs Ind. detail shop

HAMMOND, Ind. — The cause of the fire, which occurred around 2:30 a.m., is being investigated.
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Changing perceptions and cleaning cars

How Rising Tide invested in autistic people.
“We as a society view autism as a disability that deserves sympathy,” said the co-founder of Rising Tide Car Wash Tom D’Eri, but at this unique business, where 80 percent of the workers are autistic people, it’s viewed completely differently.
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