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    Default Detailing Services

    Just wanted to let everyone know, that did not know, I detail on the side so if anyone needs anything detailed let me know.
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    Cars or bikes or both?

    What if I had an RV and I had like a big party with strippers and blow - could you detail it so no evidence was left? Like blood out of the carpet, grass stains, mud, the usual..

    but seriously bikes and cars?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mudpuppy View Post
    Cars or bikes or both?

    What if I had an RV and I had like a big party with strippers and blow - could you detail it so no evidence was left? Like blood out of the carpet, grass stains, mud, the usual..

    but seriously bikes and cars?
    LOL

    Yeah, anything. Cars, bikes, boats, RV's, ATV's, semi trucks, whatever you got.
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    What would you charge to detail a car and what does it include?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mudpuppy View Post
    What would you charge to detail a car and what does it include?
    I really don't have set prices because there is so much that could be done. I can do anywhere from an $80 detail that would be a basic wash and wax to a $600+ detail that would be wet sanding and polishing. But honestly most people go for a wash, clay, one step polish and wax for the exterior and just a simple vacuum and wipe down for the interior. That runs $150 for you guys.
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    Yeah I understand - each job is different. I really am not interested in wash, wax, wet sand or polish. I am more interested in through interior detail. I like to get that done once a year, if possible. I haven't lately because I don't know any detail people.
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    Shoot me a pm and let me know what all you're looking for and if the interior has stains and stuff like that.
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    Still do detailing?

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    Sorry man, not any more.
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