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The Professional Detailer
Detailing can be defined as the systematic rejuvenation and protection of the various surfaces of a vehicle.
A professional detailer combines chemicals, equipment, knowledge of vehicle surfaces, industry standards, and custom requirement into systematic procedures that yield quality service and ultimately a delighted customer.
"Chemicals", of course, refers to all the cleaning and protecting products that we user in this profession.
"Equipment", refers to the tools of our trade. For example - polishes, extractors, air compressors, and power washers to name a few.
"Knowledge of vehicle/boat surfaces". It is the responsibility of the professional detailer to understand how to rejuvenate and protect each of the many varied surfaces of a boat/vehicle, regardless of the specific surface composition.
"Systematic procedures", refers to the fact that, as we detail a boat/vehicle, we use specific procedures and order those procedures to allow us to do the work in the most efficient and effective manner.
If your procedures are made up of appropriate chemicals and equipment, and carried out until respect to customer requirements and industry standards, those procedures should "yield a high-quality service that end up delighting you, the customer. That is my ultimate goal !!
As a professional detailer, I work on a daily basis until many surface types, suede, leather, rubber, carpeting, upholstering, glass, chrome, plastic and of course paint. Over the years, I've become an expert at combining problem-specific chemicals and equipment to clean and protect each of these materials.
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