Just got my first issue....

Discussion in 'That'll Buff Right Out' started by JRock10, Jan 30, 2007.

  1. JRock10

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    of Professional Carwashing and Detailing today. What's in store for me? :noes:
     
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    Not much unless you run a car wash.
    Quite boring for most of us enthusiasts imo.
     
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    yeah i'm seeing that as i look thru. but, maybe some insight to business ideas, techniques, etc.
     
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    3 pages that apply to detailing, most of which you should already know-like the article a few months back about how to clay. The rest is devoted to tunnel and coin-op washes and lube centers.

    Occasionally Bud Abrams will have a good article about marketing or the business end but for detailing itself you learn more here or on autopia.org.

    Still, it is good to have an idea of what goes on in the industry as a whole.
     
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    yeah, that's mainly why i got it. along with the possibility of finding some vendors. i remember reading this when i was working at a car wash. i wondered why we didn't do a lot of the stuff in the magazine to keep up with current trends, or new directions. Oh well, the absolute worst part about it is I have an extra piece of mail to throw away at the end of the week. :p :rofl:
     

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