Originally Posted by ASPHALT ROCKET
I do not take two days to detail a vehicle. So I guess most of the businesses on hear should be called some kind of wash and wax/sealant and not use the word detail in their name. It is called detail for a reason. If you are not getting swirls out of the paint all I can say is once again someone is not getting what they pay for, just like something else.
I guess I should change my name then A2D Mobile Wash-n-Wax.....
Look I'm not here to bash anyone elses work ethic or view on what needs to be involved in "Detailing" a car. I'll put myself on the line and call myself a "Detailer", but I will straight tell a customer this my part-time profession and I'm no "Master Detailer." Asphalt I take it your a Master ??
But to prove fact - From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Auto detailing
is the practice of performing an extremely thorough cleaning, polishing and waxing of an automobile, both inside and out, to produce a show-quality level of detail. It can be practiced for personal satisfaction, and it is also performed to prepare a car for a Concours d'Elegance
(often shortened to just Concours), a car show that features the appearance of cars. Elements of exterior detailing include claying, polishing, and waxing. Interior detailing involves the cleaning of the interior of a vehicle using vacuums, liquid cleaners, and brushes. Engine detailing involves cleaning the engine bay area of dirt and grease by using degreasers and all-purpose cleaners
I don't see swirl removal... but I guess that comes with the package