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Detailing

Quoting a job accurately and providing great service

ELK GROVE VILLAGE, Ill. — An important part of turning a profit and keeping your customers happy is providing them with an accurate quote about detailing packages, according to a Detailed Image blog.


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Creative way to bring in business for detailers

PITTSBURGH — Marketing your services with an “Employee Recognition Gift Certificate” can create new business for your detail shop, according to Detail King.


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Detailer talks shop, strangest thing he's seen

GRIMES, Iowa — Auto detailer Doug Shaheen answers questions about the industry, including what’s the strangest thing he’s ever seen in his years in the business, according to Cleveland.com.  


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Reasons a vehicle should be detailed

DETROIT — There are more reasons to detail a vehicle than just the way it makes a car look, according to Detail XPerts.


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Little known, but well appreciated detailing service provided at The Arc

MEDINA, N.Y. — The Arc of Orleans is trying to get the word out about its detailing shop that’s been in the same location since 1998, but isn't widely known about, according to TheDailyNewsOnline.com.


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Restaurateur’s first love is car detailing business

MILWAUKEE — Mazen Muna owns five Dogg Haus restaurants in the area, but his real passion is for detailing high-end vehicles, according to OnMilwaukee.com.


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Wheel-eez has unique roots, innovative product

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — The idea for Wheel-eez wheel cleaner started with Cork Industries Inc. developing a safer cleaning product for printing presses.


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What you need to know about wax and paint sealants

Debunking the myths and falsehoods of detailing’s most common chemicals.
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What customers really think about carwashes … and what you can do about it.

Any kind of feedback, whether it’s constructive criticism, straight-up praise or heated ire can make your business better.


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Consultant's Corner: Different components of the full-serve model

In the March issue, in the column titled: The ins and outs of various carwashes, we were examining the different components of the full-service model and all the different facets therein. We covered the first half of the different wash stations and processes that involve the welcoming area, the vacuum stations, and the drive–on area.


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