Category: Auto Interior Repair

Auto Carpet Cleaning

Old school detailers just used an old shop vac, scrub brush and a bucket. It’s a horrible way to scrub carpets and isn’t even close to a professional auto carpet cleaning, but they managed somehow. Other less professional detailers like to spray chemical on your carpets, pressure wash the dirt out and then drill small holes in your floor boards to let the water drain out. I know you think I’m kidding, but I’m not. Professional heated carpet extractors will run about $1,500. So if your detailer does not have one, go somewhere else. If they can’t afford $1,500 for equipment that will dramatically improve the quality of their work, then you don’t want your car near them.

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Auto Reconditioning

Auto Reconditioning Services Detailing businesses must adapt to survive in tough economies like we’ve been dealing with for the past five years. Sadly, the idea of simply doing a good job detailing customer cars is not...

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