After about 5 months of hospital stay, rehab and therapy, I’m back! I have been back to work now for a few months. Now back to detailing posts! Last year right before my stroke I bought all new equipment. I have all invested in new very high grade cleaning chemicals too. This will make you car smell good and shine like it was just waxed every time.
Here is a few other things about us:
- We only use ultra-pure spotless water on all washes. Car is left to air dry as much as possible.
- A clean microfiber towel is used for each quarter panel to wash the car. The towel is never put back in the wash bucket and reused minimizing possible scratches. We use 6 to 9 towels to wash a car.
- We use sealant instead of wax. Wax will vaporize off a car in a few days of 100° weather. Sealant is more Resilient and last 10 to 18 months.
- All professional equipment is used and constantly reinvest into new equipment.
- We use air tools to get to all the crack and crevices inside the car.
- We use a pneumatic vacuum cleaner tool that deeply vacuums the dirt up in the carpet.
- We use a carpet extractor, “Shampooer” to clean all carpets.
We bring everything, including our own power and water.
People are asking why there are not posts and we have been closed since the beginning of the year?
I am a one man shop and on Christmas day 2018, I suffered a stroke. My stroke is what is called a left pons stroke, this is where the brain connects to the spinal cord. The stroke did not affect any part of my memory, thinking or speech. It did however affect my entire right side of my body. I have had to relearn how to swallow, walk and use my right hand. I have come a long ways from the begging of the year. I can now walk with a cane and have full use of my hands. I am going thru therapy several times a week. Our current goals is to do away with my cane and getting my full vision back. I am hopping to have this all done by the middle of April and be back to detailing. When this happens I will make a big announcement and will have a grand reopening.
Detailing a ton of cars and over the years, I have developed a method of determining how dirty an interior of a car. How I determine how dirty a car is is by how many bottles of cleaner we go through to cleaning a car. Normally most cars use a 1/2 to a full bottle of cleaner and a large SUV uses 1 to 1 1/2 bottles of cleaner. The dirtiest car I have ever done used 16 bottles of cleaner. The dirtiest car this year is 7 bottles.
I know this is a strange post at a car detail site. I get a lot of people from out of town that I detail there car. They all ask where is a good place to eat at. So I have composed a list of local eats. Just a small list of several different kinds of foods.