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Detailing

How to prepare a vehicle for cold weather

CHICAGO — Detailers should let customers know that taking the proper planning steps before winter hits will help protect a car from damage.
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Want more referrals?

Here are three local car people you should know...
When detailers are looking for more work, they should focus on three automotive professionals that can send thousands and thousands of dollars of referrals.
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Buff enough? Learn how to recondition the right way

Many detailers encounter noticeable swirls and scratches on a vehicle’s finish; the common question is what are they going to do about it?
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How to keep a car looking like new

John Barbour with Omni Detailing put together this checklist to help customers keep the interior and exterior of their cars looking like new.
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Success is in the details

As a successful detail business owner you know that the key to a successful detail lies in “attention to the details.” Part of this process includes proper prepping and careful cleaning.
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Do you tint windows?

I know there is some controversy surrounding tinted windows. In some states, cops will pull over cars that may in fact...
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Creating a system

Years of work inventing equipment and forming a workflow yielded speedy results for one detailer.
After years of work inventing equipment and forming a workflow, one detailer is now ready to share his speedy results with other car-care businesses.
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Ten marketing rules for detailers

One mistake people make when they open a detail business is they don’t put much thought into marketing.
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Advice for training detail shop employees

Properly training your detailing staff is critical for a successful auto detailing business. Without a training plan, business owners quickly lose control.
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Crayons melted inside my car

Okay, I must confess to all of you, I thought there was a possibility it could happen, but I convinced myself it would not. I mean, I didn't think it was that hot out.
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