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Detailing

How to start a carwash: Read one owner's story of success

Station Auto Wash (Ryan and Tom Magazzine)
Station Auto Washes are not your typical carwashes.
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Removing cement from a vehicle's exterior

Jim Hammill, co-founder of the Professional Detailer Technicians Association (PDTA), answers a question submitted by an anonymous detail shop operator
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Delta Kits celebrates 30-year anniversary

EUGENE, OR — Walter Deines and his wife Darlente started the windshield repair company back in 1984...
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iShine Express Car Wash & Detail™ set to expand

SUGAR LAND, TX — Locations are under construction in Houston, San Antonio, Dallas/Forth Worth, South Florida, Atlanta, and Chicago.
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Did cars.com get it right?

A blog posted on the website gave advice on how to restore a vehicle's headlights...
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What are your (business) plans for 2014?

As 2013 nears its last weeks, a new year is upon us and with that, come goals and resolutions. We know a lot of carwashes...
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Buffing for the final finish

Using the wrong buffer, the wrong product, and/or the wrong buffing pad can quickly add swirls to any finish.
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A hard sell

To survive today, you have to understand today's customer.
The August Issue's Detailer's Spotlight story talks about how you need to understand today's customer.
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It's that time of the year again!

Now that the warmer weather is here, it's time to start promoting that you detail boats and recreational vehicles.
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The steps of a paint touch up

One expert reveals his tricks on how detailers can touch up a scratched vehicle in about 60 minutes and make $95.
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