How do mobile detailers detail cars @ offices...

Discussion in 'That'll Buff Right Out' started by Ryuhei, Apr 8, 2004.

  1. Ryuhei

    Ryuhei Oh gawd

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    ...if they don't have water tanks?
     
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    n2_space Space > *.*

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    Quite a few use QEW :)
     
  3. Ryuhei

    Ryuhei Oh gawd

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    QEW? :hs:
     
  4. Don_Rumsfeld

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    Quick, easy, and waterless - it's a special pommade extracted from scottwax's purple teet of detailing knowledge.
     
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    Quick 'N Easy Wash it's called. Only requires a few gallons of water.
     
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    Ryuhei Oh gawd

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    Anyone care to elaborate? Like where it can be bought and how it works (and if it's any good)?
     
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    NoXeN You can find me up on one

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  8. Ryuhei

    Ryuhei Oh gawd

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    I read up on it. Sounds cool. So now that I'm learned up on that, how do mobile detailers vacuum in the midlde of a parking lot? Thanks all.
     
  9. Scottwax

    Scottwax Making detailing great again! Moderator

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    I have 3 vacuums. One is a full sized plug in vacuum and most office complexes do have available plugs (and using their outlet means no generator making noise all afternoon) but if no outlet is available, I have a 12v Campbell-Hausen (spelling?) that is like a hand held Dirt Devil (with rotating brushes and hose attachments) that is suprisingly powerful and I also have a rechargable Euro Shark that worked great for about 6 months but now the battery life blows. I am going to get a Riyobi 18v rechargable wet/dry vac that is supposed to be really good.
     

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