Smoking hot milfs

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  1. Morgan06

    Morgan06 New Member

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    [fuck up the interior of a $65K car better than anyone]
     
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    You know what?
    I've seen the same pattern here. I'll also pass them at 7am and they are on the cell phone. Same for 10am and 7 pm. Rich biotches!
     
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    Scottwax Making detailing great again! Moderator

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    :dunno: Just finished an Escalade for a smoking hot MILF and she keeps the interior really clean. Plus she has big boobs. :)
     
  4. Morgan06

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    Maybe I just have all the luck. :dunno:

    And this broad had perfect fake tits as well, met me in her gym shorts/pajamas- changed into a tank top, no bra and short skirt while I was there. Could have used her nips as wool pad spurs they were poking so much. :cool:


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    pics of her faggot! :madfawk:
     
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    This 06 Odyssey was all kinds of swirled. The dirt hid most of it but it's really visible in the first picture on the fender- those aren't reflections. Interior carpet was covered with dog hair. 9AM to 115PM :bowdown:

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    Paulie Walnuts Im an agent of chaos

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    After banging a chick with DDs for the last month Im for sure an ass man. Perky Cs and you never need more. Ass is where its at.
     
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    Guess I'm using this thread as a dumping ground for my recent jobs.

    I think it's great to have a client that takes care of their vehicles and asks enough questions to allow me to show my knowledge, but not enough to be a bother. This guy was so impressed with the ONR and Meguiar's Clay he was Googling it while I worked- this is his mobile office. The wash/wax I did today was a business write off on his $250K company vehicle. :bowdown:
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    Look how small it makes my QX4 look :rofl:
     
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    Just curious but how long did this traveling office take you?
     
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    845AM to 330PM.

    Scrubbed roof with wash broom and Simple Green/Meguiars Gold combo, ONR on the sides, Meguiars Clay the front end, S100/P21S on the wheels, Collinite Insulator 845 on it all. Perfect day for detailing at 75 degrees, 0 humidity- but bad for photos with all the overcast.
     
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    Some bad pics from yesterday in a heated underground garage in downtown Hartford that was like 95 god damn degrees at 830AM. These are from my new account at a 17 story commercial building with a garage full of BMW, Benz, Audi & Jag. Yesterday was the first day, basically an intro/sales meeting and passing out fliers.

    120 fliers -$35
    Gas round trip -$10
    Demo wash +$25

    So it cost me $20 to nail down exclusive rights for mobile services, and I've got two jobs lined up for next Wed at $150/ea. :bowdown:


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    sweet! But it'll suck working in that garage while it's hot. once winter hits, it'll be nice working down there. shorts and a t-shirt for you!
     
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    That's what I'm thinking, they even mentioned providing a water/electric supply if the demand is high enough. Property management originally contacted me about their tenants at this building. But after yesterday I contacted their parking provider for a list of their regional heated garages, and about adding my services.

    Could be a viable source of income especially during the colder months, rather than scaling back on services due to the weather I might be ramping up.
     
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    Awesome dude. I still love your little set up! How many can you do out of that 35 gallon tank?

    What do you do for the 150.00? What products do you use?
     
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    $150 is just a wash/light clay/one step on orange pad and a light interior or a wash/heavy clay/sealant and a mild interior detail. Nothing crazy and done in 2-3 hours, depends on how bad the car is which route I take on the exterior.

    If I'm washing cars with the 35 gallon I could get 3-4 easily done, with ONR tho I only use it to spray down wheels, wells, and seams so it lasts quite a while.

    On an RV, I could drop anywhere from 15-30 gallons on the roof, drip rails and awnings alone.
     
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    And offering the two packages at $150 allows the customer to unknowingly choose which process they get by answering "Which is worse, the outside or the inside?" or "Which needs more attention?"

    FYI, none of the stuff on this page is my cheapo package except the Jag Type R which was just a wash. That RV was a $550 payday plus $50 tip.
     
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    It must be nice when the only thing you have to worry about is whether you're as pretty as the next guy's wife.

    Not really, actually. I'm pretty sure I'd stab myself long before my life got that trivial.
     
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    You have got yourself a fucking plan right there dude. :eek3:
     
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    This E320 was a snow bank slut, hit more than a few over the winters since these people purchased. Took me dam near 30 minutes just to clean the lower sides with all the tar there was. This is the second vehicle from this family that has killed an entire 1/3 of a 200g clay bar in a single visit. 9AM to 1PM.

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    I'm out of wheel cleaner and clay, any suggestions? I prefer an aggressive clay product and will probably stick with S100/P21S for wheels.
     
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    I suggest Meg's Wheel Brightener. I use it all the time.........6:1.

    I use Meg's Clay as well.

    Nice work!
     
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    I've got 3/4 gallon of Wheel Brightener! I forgot about that, it's hiding in the garage somewhere.
     
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    and btw, :bowdown: Meguiars- at least the pre-3M era
     

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