Car engine cleaning tips are important for many reasons. A clean engine runs cooler which helps with fuel efficiency. It also helps prolong the life of your engine. So cleaning the engine the proper way requires the best practices methods, which is what we include in car engine cleaning tips.
So you’ve seen the McDonald’s indoor playgrounds. Every wonder who cleans that thing? It’s all fiberglass and plastic. Kind of like a car? Exactly! This would be a job for a Specialty Cleaning Services vendor. Who better to offer these types of services, than an expert auto detailer who understands how to treat these types of surfaces.
When I think back about how I started my detailing businesses, I did it the “old fashioned” way. By old fashioned I mean I opened my own fixed location shop with overhead, employee’s etc. They say hindsight is 20/20, but if I had to do it all over again I would skip the fixed the shop location and go straight to offering mobile services along with detailing to all my customers.
Construction companies always have problems with their heavy equipment cleaning needs. So why not help them with it? As part of your regular mobile detailing business you have most of the equipment you would need to be a very effective heavy equipment cleaning vendor for local companies. We can show you how to build a profitable heavy equipment cleaning service to add to your detailing or mobile services business.
Your mobile detailing truck and trailer along with your mobile detailing equipment is referred to as your “Mobile Rig” or simply a “Rig”. The mobile rig is the single most important part of the mobile detailing business. If you don’t have the equipment to get the job done, then you can’t do the work. So naturally mobile detailing equipment is going to be a subject that you focus on frequently if you are offering these services.
When I think back about how I started my own detailing company I can’t imagine not setting up with mobile detailing services first. If I had to do it over again I would do exactly the same thing. No fixed facility shop, low overhead, no utilities, no property/building insurance, etc. There are just so many positives that I can’t figure out why people get the idea to start a detail shop and don’t consider the mobile detailing services as an option.