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· Whoa...
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What would you pay for a good detailing?

scrub the outside, good wax, steam the rims dress tires, undercoat wells, clean and relube your jambs, shampoo carpets and seats, polish glass and clean, dress and blow out all vinyl rubber and plastic trim including weatherstripping, sills door panals cupholders and dash...

just wondering if what my work charges is compettitive...

99 for a car 109 for a van or suv...
 

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I would pay 99 buck if it was a thorough job. I don't take my car to the car wash because they do a half-assed job on it. I understand they are busy and have other cars to wash, but they can at least reach all the way down and clean the bumpers and on the side...... :rolleyes:
 

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Timbo said:
I thought he got banned for talking back to the Mods. ;)..

Actually, to me $90 would be a deal, if it was a DAMN good job.

well, we do a better job then when i worked at the nissan dealership.. and you can get it foor 75 with coupon...

makes a car look new again...

add 70 bucks, (130 with coupon) gets you a full buff, fabric protctor, headliner stemclean, a better wax and an aquapel winow treatment(lasts 3-6 monnths even with washing, like rainX on roids)
 

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PROFESSIONAL DETAIL
Combine the interior and exterior detail and save

Touch-Less Car Wash
Tar and grease removal
Steam-clean door jambs and lubricate locks/hinges
Treat and steam-clean rims, wheelwells and moldings
Clean crevices of body and emblems
Apply Blue Coral Premium Wax
Dress exterior moldings, bumpers and tires
Protect wheelwells with Factory Black Undercoat
Complete vacuuming of interior and trunk
Clean and polish glass inside and out
Blow out all vents, crevices and dashboard gauges
All vinyl, plastic and rubber deep cleaned and protected
Shampoo seats, carpets and carpeted floormats
Leather deep cleaned
Blue Coral Sealtek Paint Sealant provides an additional three months of protection. Only $10 with package.
We recommend Lexol to condition and protect your leather.
Only $10 with package.
Regularly $19.99

$99.99



SHOWROOM DETAIL
Picture perfect, inside and out
Touch-Less Car Wash
Vehicle prepped with decontamination/neutralization process
Tar and grease removal
Steam-clean door jambs and lubricate locks/hinges
Treat and steam-clean rims, wheelwells and moldings
Clean crevices of body and emblems
One-step corrective compound/polish
Blue Coral Sealtek Paint Sealant
Dress exterior moldings, bumpers and tires
Protect wheelwells with Factory Black Undercoat
Complete vacuuming of interior and trunk
Clean and polish glass inside and out
Blow out all vents, crevices and dashboard gauges
All vinyl, plastic and rubber deep cleaned and protected
Shampoo seats, carpets and carpeted floormats
Treat and protect all fabric with Delta Sonic’s fabric protectant
Leather cleaned, rejuvenated and protected with Lexol
Headliner fabric cleaned and sanitized with EuroSteam process
Aquapel window treatment applied to windshield
Shampoo and detail trunk
Engine steam cleaned and detailed. Only $15.90 with package.
Regularly $29.90

$169.99


like i said, we got 25 off coupons for Pro detail
40 off for show detail
 

· even better the 2nd time
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i always do my own
i just couldnt bring myself to spend that on my POS

but if i had a nice car, and some extra cash...$99 sounds like a damn good price for everything you are doing
 

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Timbo said:
Actually, to me $90 would be a deal, if it was a DAMN good job.
hell yea. i don't clean my jams because i get pissed off :( but it sounds like you guys do a very thoro/quality job. i would pay $90 in a heart beat..........at least once to get it in tip top shape, then i would stay on top of it.

NICKZAC!!!!!!!!!!!!! (now that i have your attention) what do you charge when you work there over the summer? since your closer i may come by.

also if you are getting ready to sell your car or are going to in the near future (like me) then its not a bad selling point.if you have 110k miles but spot free interior/exterior people will trust you when you tell them the miles have been highway miles, and what wasn't high way the car was not banged on.
 

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very good point... i had a guy with an acura RL the other day... was offered 10500 in trade and it was in poor shape, spent 100 at my shop, got 12,800 for it, dealership didnt have to recon it, just put it out on the lot...
 
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