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I used to get frustrated looking at a clean car that still didnít look good. So I set out to find what I had to do to make an ordinary car look great. It took me years of trying this and trying that, and I still am discovering improvements. It has turned into an obsession. My friends snicker at me for the lengths to which I go to get it right, but theyíre not like me.

Iíve been a member of the Porsche Club, Rennlist, and I am a degreed engineer, having worked in the automotive industry for 12 years. I want to offer the same level of obsession to you. Give me a call, and enjoy the rest of the site..

 

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Ever wonder how some people get their car so shiny?

Want to keep your new car looking new it's whole life?

Are you getting ready to sell your car or truck?

Need a simple car wash?

Have a car that needs to be brought back from the dead?

From lease returns to sports cars, from a simple car wash to full-scale detailing inside and out.

I will make your vehicle look good - possibly better than you thought possible. But I also want to help you keep it that way.

I use top quality products, not ones that were designed to be used by businesses, but by individuals who want the best possible results. These will last for the longest amount of time. Products like Mother's, Zaino, Meguiarís, Griotís Garage, and Invinca-Shield.

Best of all, I'm MOBILE. Tell me where you're at, I'll come to you. The ultimate in convenience. If you have access to a water hose, I'll wash your car for you. If you have access to power, I will do a full revitilization if you like.

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From the Detroit Free Press:

Details, details: How your car can look great

April 11, 2003

No tricks. No gimmicks.

Just wash your car regularly, wax it occasionally and keep the inside clean.

"It's like money in your pocket," says Charlie Vogelheim, executive editor of Kelley Blue Book, the bible of auto values. "Just do a few simple things and when it's time to sell, it can easily make $1,000 difference. Maybe more."