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This video shows the safe and effective way to detail your vehicles engine in 4 easy steps! This is a very important step of the detailing process, that’s commonly overlooked. For the at-home enthusiast you should be detailing the engine of your vehicle at least once to twice per year. If you are a detailing business owner you definitely should be offering this add-on service or if you already are, start promoting it more! You will be increasing your overall customer satisfaction, as well as increasing your profit margins with each service sold. If you’re already detailing and washing the...

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When it comes to completing top quality paint correction work, the right polisher is a must. The 3 polishers I cover in the video below are just a few of your many options when it comes to machine polishers, but they are very popular amongst professionals and serious at-home enthusiasts. They are also polishers, that I have had extensive use of. The goal of this blog post and video is to provide some insight as to which polisher may be best for you if you're just starting out in paint correction or maybe you are just looking to find out...

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Other than a ceramic coating, a polymer paint sealant is going to give you the best possible paint protection. Just like a ceramic coating, after a sealant application the proper steps are needed during future maintenance care to preserve that protection. In the video below, Clint covers how to maximize and maintain the shine and protection during a Hydro Seal application on a Mustang GT350 that had DDP PolyTek applied to it almost 6 months prior. Hydro Seal is a wet surface sealant that was formulated to provide a quick and easy way to protect the entire exterior of your...

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In this video, Clint from Detroit Detail Products covers the steps and methods for repairing and touching up deep scratches in your vehicles paint. This process can be used for scratches that are too deep to be removed through traditional wet sanding and paint correction compound and polish methods. After the repair the scratch will be virtually undetectable and it will save your customer hundreds, to if not thousands of dollars versus getting the panels repainted at a local body shop. If you are a car care business owner, this is great service that can be very profitable for you...

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Follow these tips and techniques to maximize gift card sales at your business this Holiday season.

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