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The nose knows

Interior odor issues are a fact of life that we as professional detailers are expected to properly deal with. The days of simply masking an odor with fragrances and expecting
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One operator's secret to success

Ask Shane Constable how he got started in the detail industry, and his answer is simple. “I kept getting fired,” he explained in a conversation with Professional Carwashing & Detailing.
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Marketing ideas for detailers

Unfortunately, the mentality of “If I build it, they will come” doesn’t apply to detailing shops. Sure, you may see a slow trickle of cars entering your lot but probably
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Blame it on the acid rain

This article originally appeared in the February 2008 issue of Professional Carwashing & Detailing magazine. It’s a tough world out there for a vehicle’s paint finish. It has to be
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Make better use of your time

Here are three tips to improve efficiencies at your detail shop, courtesy of www.AutomotiveManagementNetwork.com. Make room for solutions Is there a "problem car" taking up room in the shop? Move
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The recognized expert

Anyone can claim to be in expert in their field, but what separates the fly-by night professionals from the ones that have really mastered their field? Most would say
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Know your soil; know your extractor

From the June 2010 issue of Professional Carwashing & Detailing. It should go without saying that in order to properly clean carpets and fabric upholstery a detailer should know the
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