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Detailing

Young detailing entrepreneur expands to customized studio

SOUTH SHIELDS, England — The young businessman is not done yet; he has his sights set on a second building.


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IBISWorld adds report on growing Australian carwash and detailing industry

MELBOURNE, Australia — The expanding industry has seen an influx of customers because of water bans and increased environmental awareness.


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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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Explaining paint measurements

ELK GROVE VILLAGE, Ill. — While paint measurements are commonly referred to in detailing circles, many are still clueless about exactly what they mean, and how they can be a valuable tool, according to Detailed Image.  


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The viability of a mobile detailing franchise

DETROIT — With people increasingly on-the-go, mobile detailing has become more popular, and this blog explores whether or not it can be a profitable venture, according to Detail XPerts.


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Ministry and detail shop supporting youth foster system

HOLLAND, Mich. — At LifeWorks Auto Renewed, youth aren’t only learning the detail business, they’re learning life skills, according to the Holland Sentinel.     


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The practicality of car detailing

KITCHENER, Ontario — Detailing is not just a luxury for the rich, but provides numerous benefits to an average vehicle owner, according to TheRecord.com.     


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Teenager runs mobile detailing service

TORONTO — Seamus Smith has had an entrepreneurial spirit since he was a kid, and now he runs his own mobile detailing business at 17, according to myTownCrier.ca.    


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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.
Joe J. Napoli
“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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