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    Roadshow Class - Canyon Country, California - July 13th, 14th at the 3D Training Center with Mike Phillips at Autogeek

    Roadshow Class - Canyon Country, California - July 13th, 14th at the 3D Training Center with Mike Phillips at Autogeek



    We are excited to announce we will be holding our Roadshow Detailing Class at the 3D Training Facility in Canyon Country, California.


    3D Training Facility in Canyon Country, California





    Dates

    Friday July 13th – 7:30am to 5:30pm - One day detailing class see below for tools and topics

    Saturday July 14th – 7:30am to 5:30pm - One day detailing class see below for tools and topics

    Sunday July 15th – 8:00am to 5:30pm - IDA Skills Validation Testing - Optional



    Price

    $495.00 for any one day class.



    Early sign-up bonus

    If you sign up June 13th you get a $100.00 store credit.

    This means a one-day hands-on training class is $495.00 but $100.00 of this becomes a store credit on Autogeek.com




    Address
    3D Training Center
    20655 Soledad Canyon Road
    Canyon Country, CA 91351





    Sign-up before this class sells out!

    Click here to sign up for Friday, July 13th - $495.00 - $100.00 store credit if you sign up before June 13th

    Click here to sign up for Saturday, July 14th - $495.00 - $100.00 store credit if you sign up before June 13th

    Link to sign up for both days - $990.00 - $200.00 store credit if you sign up before June 13th



    Or call Andre and sign-up over the phone

    Andre 1-800-869-3011 x244



    Questions?

    Mike Phillips 1-800-869-3011 x206








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    Friday July 13th - Tools & Topics

    Class starts at 7:30am sharp and goes until 5:30pm


    Morning Session

    Coffee and donuts are provided



    Short Stroke Free Spinning Random Orbital Polishers

    ***Multiple-Step or Show Car Detailing***


    Short Stroke Polishers
    Short stroke polishers are considered 8mm orbit stroke length or smaller. For example, the Porter Cable is an 8mm orbit stroke length polisher and thus considered a short stroke polisher. The Griot's 3" Random Orbital Polisher is a 5mm orbit stroke length polisher and also considered a short stroke polishers.

    The first short stroke free spinning random orbital polisher to mainstream was the Porter Cable 7424 and 7336 back in the early 1990s when Meguiar's introduced it to the car detailing world as an safe alternative to rotary buffers. Since then, a number of tools have been introduced that like the Porter Cable polishers, use an 8mm orbit stroke length with a free spinning spindle bearing and a counterweight to provide inertia and thus maintain pad rotation under pressure and around curved body panels, these would include,

    • 3D Dual Action Polisher
    • Porter Cable 7424XP and all older versions
    • Griot's Garage 6" Random Orbital Polisher
    • Meguiar's G110, G110v2 and MT300
    • Chemical Guys TORQ 10FX
    • Chemical Guys Torq X
    • Chicago Electric 6" Polisher (Harbor Freight DA)
    • Shurhold Dual Action Polisher
    • DAS-6 Pro Dual Action Polisher
    • Plus other no name brands that have copied the Porter Cable design



    Many benefits to short stroke polishers
    Ever since the Porter Cable was introduced and now all the various versions of this design, MILLIONS of cars have been de-swirled and the paint perfected to show car quality. Besides being used to correct, polish and seal paint these short stroke polishers are also good for machine wet sanding and with the attachment of a brush, machine scrubbing. Short stroke polishers also work great for mechanically decontaminating paint using clay pads and we'll cover this in the class too. While the current rage is for free spinning long stroke polishers, the tried and true short stroke polishers are a LOT less prone to pad stalling simply due to the nature of the short stroke.

    In fact, If I could only choose two tools to do all my detailing work I would choose a rotary polisher and a short stroke polishers. With just these two tools I can do every car and boat detailing procedure under the sun. I cannot do every procedure with just one tool and I cannot do every procedure with any other combination of just 2 tools. So don't get caught up in the latest rage, attend this class and learn how to maximize the effectiveness of short stroke polishers!


    In this class you will learn how to,

    1. Mechanically decontaminate paint
    2. Compound to correct paint and remove swirls, scratches, water spots and oxidation.
    3. Polish paint to maximize gloss, shine and clarity.
    4. Machine apply a wax or synthetic paint sealant to protect the paint and lock in the shine.



    Products
    Focus will be on 3D compounds, polishes, waxes, sealants and coatings


    Pads
    Focus will be on 3D pads



    Also during the morning session, many of the miscellaneous topics listed below will be covered depending upon the needs of the training cars.




    Lunch break

    Pizza and cold refreshments are provided.




    Afternoon Session

    RUPES Paint Polishing System

    ***Multiple-Step or Show Car Detailing***


    In the afternoon session you will learn how to use the RUPES Paint Polishing System including all the RUPES tools, pads and products.

    1. BigFoot 21mm Long Stroke Orbital Polisher
    2. BigFoot 15mm Long Stroke Orbital Polisher
    3. BigFoot Duetto 12mm Long Stroke Orbital Polisher
    4. BigFoot Mini 12mm Long Stroke Orbital Polisher
    5. BigFoot Mille LK 900E Gear-driven 5mm Orbital
    6. RUPES LHR 19E Rotary polisher
    7. RUPES iBrid Nano Long Neck polisher
    8. RUPES iBrid Nano Short Neck polisher



    Products
    Focus will be on 3D compounds, polishes, waxes, sealants and coatings


    RUPES Bigfoot Pads
    1. Blue Coarse Foam Pad
    2. Green Medium Foam Pad
    3. Yellow Polishing Foam Pad
    4. White Finishing Foam Pad







    Late Afternoon

    One-step detailing

    ***Production Detailing also called Daily Driver Detailing***


    In this session we go over how to get show car results in one step. Knowing how to correctly use a one-step cleaner/wax or AIO is a valuable skill and knowledge asset as it pertains to detailing and buffing out large items like planes, RVs, boats and trailers. Plus it's the perfect product and technique for taking care of you own daily drivers. One-step detailing saves you time, energy and investment while delivering incredible results - when performed correctly.

    NOTE: Students can spend more time with the tool or tools of their choice out of the tools showcased on this day.


    Tools - Students Choice
    Products - 3D Speed
    Pads - 3D Foam Pads



    Miscellaneous topics

    Topics on Saturday are different than Sunday Class

    Throughout every class there are multiple, multiple other tools, products and techniques shared depending upon the needs of the training cars.

    1. How to do Headlight Restoration including machine sanding headlights.
    2. Glass Polishing – how to remove defects in the glass like wiper marks and scratches.
    3. Waterless Wash – How to safely clean a car using a waterless wash.
    4. Rinseless Wash – How to safely clean a car using a rinseless wash.
    5. Paint inspection using Paint Thickness Gauge.
    6. Paint inspection using a Swirl Finder Light.
    7. Paint inspection using the Baggie Test.
    8. Mechanical Decontamination using Detailing Clay.
    9. Taping-off – How to correctly tape-off a car and cover-up sensitive areas.
    10. Exterior Black Plastic Restoration.
    11. Cosmetic Engine Detailing.



    Bonus: Wetsanding technique by hand and by machine demo.

    1. Nikken Finishing Papers
    2. Mirka Abralon Sanding Discs
    3. 3M Trizact Sanding Discs





    End of day

    • Wrap-up
    • Questions and answers
    • Certificate Award Ceremony
    • Book Signing





    Price = $495


    Click here to sign up for Friday, July 13th- $495.00 - $100.00 store credit if you sign up before June 13th



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    Re: Roadshow Class - Canyon Country, California - July 13th, 14th and 15th - 3D Training Center with Mike Phillips at Autogeek

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    Saturday July 14th - Tools & Topics

    Class starts at 7:30am sharp and goes until 5:30pm


    Moring Session

    Coffee and donuts are provided


    FLEX Power Tools

    ***Multiple-Step or Show Car Detailing***


    The morning session covers FLEX power tools including,

    1. FLEX XC 3401 VRG aka the BEAST!
    2. FLEX XFE 15mm Long Stroke Orbital Polisher aka the FINISHER!
    3. FLEX 3” Mini Polisher
    4. FLEX PE14 Rotary Polisher
    5. FLEX Cordless PE14
    6. FLEX Cordless XFE 15
    7. SONAX products and Lake Country Pads are featured with FLEX Tools.



    Products
    Focus will be on 3D compounds, polishes, waxes, sealants and coatings.


    Pads
    Focus will be on 3D pads




    Lunch break

    Pizza and cold refreshments are provided




    Afternoon Session

    Griot’s BOSS Long Stroke Polishers

    ***Multiple-Step or Show Car Detailing***


    In the afternoon session you will learn how to use the Griot’s BOSS System including all of the BOSS tools, pads and products.

    Tools
    • BOSS 21mm Long Throw Orbital Polisher
    • BOSS 15mm Long Throw Orbital Polisher



    Products
    Focus will be on 3D compounds, polishes, waxes, sealants and coatings


    Pads
    Focus will be on 3D Pads



    Late Afternoon

    One-step detailing

    ***Production Detailing also called Daily Driver Detailing***

    In this session we go over how to get show car results in one step. Knowing how to correctly use a one-step cleaner/wax or AIO is a valuable skill and knowledge asset as it pertains to detailing and buffing out large items like planes, RVs, boats and trailers. Plus it's the perfect product and technique for taking care of you own daily drivers. One-step detailing saves you time, energy and investment while delivering incredible results - when performed correctly.

    NOTE: Students can spend more time with the tool or tools of their choice out of the tools showcased on this day.

    Tools - Students Choice
    Products - 3D HD Speed
    Pads - 3D pads




    Miscellaneous topics

    Topics on Saturday are different than on Friday

    1. Throughout every class there are multiple, multiple other tools, products and techniques shared depending upon the needs of the training cars.
    2. Washing cars with Foam Guns.
    3. How to chemically decontaminate a car using Iron Removers & Fallout Removers.
    4. Mechanical Decontamination using Nanoskin Mitts & Towels.
    5. Using Iron Removing Wheel Cleaners.
    6. Proper Convertible Top Cleaning.
    7. Glass Polishing – how to remove defects on glass like road film and water spots.
    8. Taping-off – How to correctly tape-off a car and cover-up sensitive areas.
    9. Exterior Black Plastic Restoration.
    10. Paint inspection using Paint Thickness Gauge.
    11. Paint inspection using a Swirl Finder Light.
    12. Paint inspection using the Baggie Test.
    13. Wet Wash Engine Detailing.




    Bonus: Wetsanding technique by hand and by machine demo.

    1. Nikken Finishing Papers
    2. Mirka Abralon Sanding Discs
    3. 3M Trizact Sanding Discs





    End of day


    • Class wraps up. Questions and answers.
    • Certificate Award Ceremony
    • Book Signing




    Price = $495



    Click here to sign up for Saturday, July 14th - $495.00 - $100.00 store credit if you sign up before June 13th





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    OPTIONAL - International Detailing Association Skills Validation Testing


    For those that are already IDA Certified Detailers, if you want to take the Skills Validation tests, you can sign-up for a time slot on Sunday to take the test. The Skills Validation tests takes approximately 2 hours.


    ***IMPORTANT INFO***


    IDA SV Certification Testing
    If you want to take the IDA Skills Validated Certification tests at Autogeek after one of our Roadshow Detailing Classes then you need to schedule your time slot for the test.


    Call Andre to reserve your seat before all time slots are taken.

    1-800-869-3011 x244



    Skills Validation Test Requirements

    Before you can take the Skills Validation test you must first,


    1. Join the IDA - Click here - Membership dues are for one year.


    2. Get IDA Certified - $200.00 then $100.00 every 2 years.
    Before you can take the Skills Validation tests you must first pay for, take and pass the online written test. The first time you take the test the cost is $200.00. After that, every 2 years you must re-test to maintain your IDA Certification and the re-test price is $100.00

    In order to take the online written tests you must create an account with the IDA

    Click here to create an IDA member account


    After completing all of the above you can contact Andre reserve your space for IDA Skills Validation & Certification.



    How to sign-up to take your Skills Validation certification test

    Contact Andre and schedule your time slot for the test and pay the $200.00 testing fee.

    Andre: 1-800-869-3011 x244


    Time slots for testing
    The skills validation testing takes 2 hours to complete. Here at Autogeek you can pick your testing time slot from the below,


    8:00am to 10:0am

    10:30am to 12:30pm

    12:30pm to 1:00pm - Lunch break for Certified Trainers

    1:00pm to 3:00pm

    3:30pm to 5:30pm



    Time slots are scheduled according on a first come, first serve basis. To secure your preferred time slot contact Andre as soon as possible.


    Once you have passed the Skills Validation testing your official IDA Certificate and IDA patch will be mailed to you from the IDA.



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    About Autogeek



    Autogeek is the worlds largest online supplier of car detailing supplies. If it's in your garage it's I our store. Autogeek is a proud founding sponsor of the International Detailing Association or IDA. Autogeek is committed to raising the stature of detailers and the detailing industry.

    Not only is Autogeek the largest online detailing supplier both in the U.S. and world wide Autogeek is also committed to providing education to enable both enthusiast and professionals alike to increase their knowledge level and skill level.

    Autogeek's trained and friendly staff are available 6 days a week by phone, e-mail, Facebook and via their care detailing discussion forum to answer your questions and help see you through to success no matter what you project or your detailing background.

    Autogeek is located in Stuart, Florida and our training center is air conditioned with both a classroom section and a working section for the students to work on cars.




    About your instructor, Mike Phillips

    I have been teaching classes on car detailing since 1987, that's 31 years.

    The picture below was taken in 1987 after I taught my first detailing class using student cars as well as my Sanger Flat Bottom Drag Boat as demo panel for machine compounding and machine polishing techniques.




    At this time he was a Trainer for Meguiar's for Oregon, Washington and Idaho where his primary job was to call on body shops, detail shops and dealerships and teach their staff how to use Meguiar's Professional Line.





    Overcoming adversity
    In 1986, at the age of 26 I was in a boating accident involving my own Sanger Drag Boat. I never let this slow me down or hinder me from my passion for polishing paint and teaching others the art craft of detailing cars and the art of polishing paint.





    Published Author
    To date I have five how-to books in print, iBook and ebook forms. I'm the only detailer and detailing instructor with how-to books written for both FLEX tools and RUPES tools with all work and photography performed by me personally.





    You can get your own copy of any of Mike's books here,

    Mike Phillips Detailing Books




    TV Show Host
    I've been the host for two of Autogeek's TV Shows including Competition Ready on Velocity channel with my beautiful co-host Adrienne "AJ" Janic.





    I was also the host of Autogeek's first TV show - Autogeek's What's in the Garage







    Guest detailing expert

    I've been the guest detailing expert on multiple TV shows including,


    Chasing Classic Cars with Wayne Carini





    My Classic Car with Dennis Gage





    Truck U with Bruno Massel and Matt Steele

    Bruno Massel accepting his class certificate




    Matt Steele and Mike Phillips shooting a how-to DVD





    Two Guys Garage with Bryan Fuller





    Two Guys Garage with Kevin Byrd and Willie B.





    Motorhead Garage with Sam Memolo and Dave Bowman






    Ship Shape with John Greviskis





    Online Car Detailing Articles
    I have approximately 1000 unique articles on all facets of car and marine detailing on AutogeekOnline.net Every topic is covered in full detail with step-by-step easy to follow directions and full resolution color pictures showing, before, during and after.


    I'm a speed typist by accident and to prevent carpel tunnel I use arm holders while typing.




    As a part of my job, I answer car and boat detailing questions in a dedicated forum group on AutogeekOnline.net

    Forum: Ask Mike Phillips your detailing questions!




    Professional Background


    Meguiar's Corporate Writer



    In 2002, I was hired by Barry Meguiar to be the Corporate Writer for Meguiar's. I took over all the writing responsibilities for the company that Barry Meguiar' normally did himself.




    Meguiar's Internet Technical Specialist

    In 2004 I transitioned from the Corporate Write position to Meguiar's Internet Technical Specialist where I brought up the MeguiarsOnline.com car detailing discussion forum and answered questions on Meguiar's products as took on the responsibility of Primary Instructor for their car detailing classes.




    Cyber-world to Real-world training classes
    On July 31st, 2002, I organized a detailing class at Meguiar's Corporate Office for the members of an online Mercedes-Benz club through a Mercedes-Benz discussion forum. What I didn't know was that there were not only Mercedes-Benz club members at the class but there were also members from other car clubs at this first class, which was organized through a discussion forum. I took pictures and documented the class and shared them on the Mercedes-Benz forum because at the time, Meguiar's didn't have a discussion forum.


    The next week students at this Mercedes-Benz class started calling Mike and e-mailing him asking,

    When can our club have a class?

    That snowballed to become so popular that these Saturday classes continues to this day. Management at Meguiar's came to me and told me they loved the passion I was creating for the Meguiar's brand by teaching classes and sharing the pictures and the passion online. Not knowing how to classify what I was doing they asked me to write my own job description which I did and this included, being the online voice for Meguiar's as well as being the Primary Instructor for the Saturday Detailing 101 classes and the Saturday Advanced Classes. Down the road a few years I started the Thursday Night Classes known as TNOGS, and then the Meguiar's Roadshow Classes.



    Saturday Detailing 101





    Saturday Advanced Class
    Many people that attended the Detailing 101 classes wanted to take their skill and knowledge to a higher level and this led to the advanced class where the topics of hand wet sanding, machine sanding and using rotary buffers were taught.






    Meguiar's Online Car Detailing Discussion Forum
    Back in 2002 I started advocating to Meguiar's management to bring up their own forum. Because at that time, Meguiar's have a car detailing discussion forum and it would be years down the road before Facebook and other social media platforms like Twitter, SnapChat and Instagram would be introduced.

    I would share the pictures from the Saturday classes on my own forum ShowCarGarage.com and also on the Autopia.org car detailing forum. After detailing a 1954 Oldsmobile Rocket 88 and then posting the pictures and the how-to information to my own forum, I then printed out the write-up and gave it to the Vice President of Meguiar's (at the time), Atticus Firey. A month later Atticus said to me,

    I love these write-ups showing people how to use Meguiar's products but how come you're always posting them to your own forum?

    That's when I explained to Atticus that I had to post them to my own forum (and the Autopia forum) because Meguiar's didn't have a forum.

    That's when it final sunk it. That's when Atticus put two and two together and understood what I had been talking about for almost 2 years when I kept was asking Meguiar's to bring up their own discussion forum.

    Atticus then said,

    Make it happen

    On January 24th, 2004 the MeguiarsOnline.com car detailing discussion forum went LIVE and the first post was a write-up I created by documenting a Saturday Detailing 101 Class I taught for a local Mini Cooper Club. That's also when I first met Richard Lin and together they detailed Richard's popular Mini Cooper Lil'Octane replacing Zaino with Meguiar's NXT.

    Lil Octane


    (That was the start of the Zaino vs Meguiar's Wax War but that's another story for another time)



    TNOG's
    Mike also started the Thursday Night Open Garage Classes in 2006 and taught them until leaving Meguiar's to join Autogeek in 2009. Most people don't know but Mike originally started these on Wednesday nights but due to schedule conflicts moved them to Thursday nights. These also continue to this day.






    The Meguiar's Roadshow Class
    The Meguiar's Saturday classes became incredibly popular and because Mike would take pictures and document the cars, the clubs, the fun and the passion online, people in other states asked if they could have a class in their hometown. With management's approval Mike started the Meguiar's Roadshow Classes conducting a total of 6 of these classes before leaving to work for Autogeek. This was another first in the industry.


    The below pictures are from the 2006 Tampa, Florida Roadshow Class of which Todd Helme (RUPES) and Duayne McPeeks, (Poorboys).





    That's Dwayne McPeeks in the baseball cap behind Mike





    Todd Helme is wearing a blue jersey shirt with white stripes around the sleeves and the number 6 on it









    Today - 2018

    Today I'm the Director of Training for Autogeek and Marine 31. I teach the 3-day Competition Ready Detailing Classes three times a year at Autogeek's Training Center in Stuart, Florida. I also teaches one of the only hands-on boat detailing classes in the United States where students learn all aspects of boat detailing both inside and outside.



    Demonstrating technique at a 3-day class at Autogeek














    Showing how to use a rotary buffer in a boat detailing class






    Learn from the real deal...

    If you are looking to take your skills and knowledge to a higher level and you want to take a class from someone that has bonafide credentials, in other words you want to take a class from the real deal, not someone trying to fake it until they make it... then you want and need to attend one of any of the classes I teach. I've been doing this as long and in most cases longer than anyone still breathing and here's what I know,

    People learn by doing... not sitting in a chair listing to someone blather on for hours - Mike Phillips



    What to do?

    If you would like to attend a class at Autogeek, (the 3-day class), or if you would like to take one of the Roadshow Car Detailing Classes, or if you would like to host a Roadshow Class at your shop or facility, then give me a call at,

    1-800-869-3011 x206


    I can answer all your questions, put your fears at ease and help you to master the art of polishing paint, (and all the other things that go with car and boat detailing)


    Click here to sign up for Friday, June 22nd - $495.00 - $100.00 store credit if you sign up before May 21st

    Click here to sign up for Saturday, June 23rd - $495.00 - $100.00 store credit if you sign up before May 21st

    Link to sign up for both days - $990.00 - $200.00 store credit if you sign up before May 21st



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    Watch this short video to find out more about Autogeek's Roadshow Car Detailing Classes...





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    Airports - Hotels - Restaurants



    Nearest Airports

    Los Angeles World Airports- Airport Code = LAX




    Nearest hotels

    Coming soon...



    Restaurants

    To be announced...



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    Re: Roadshow Class - Canyon Country, California - July 13th, 14th at the 3D Training Center with Mike Phillips at Autogeek

    ***Update***


    We are 29 days out from this class.


    Call Andre to sign up

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    Re: Roadshow Class - Canyon Country, California - July 13th, 14th at the 3D Training Center with Mike Phillips at Autogeek

    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Phillips View Post
    ***Update***


    We are 29 days out from this class.


    Call Andre to sign up

    800-869-3011 x244


    Do your road shows ever make it down Houston Texas way?


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    Re: Roadshow Class - Canyon Country, California - July 13th, 14th at the 3D Training Center with Mike Phillips at Autogeek

    Quote Originally Posted by Powerman View Post

    Do your road shows ever make it down Houston Texas way?

    I taught my first roadshow class in 2006 in Dallas, Texas. Actually coined the term,

    Roadshow Class

    (as it related to car detailing)


    And the answer is YES we're coming to Houston and Dallas but it won't be until 2019 as we've already filled every available weekend for 2018.




    Note: Not on the list is the RUPES class we just scheduled in Colorado in September and we've already scheduled the first class for 2019



    Keep in mind I have schedule around my regular 3-day classes, holidays like Fourth of July, Labor Day, Thanksgiving, etc. No one takes a class during the 4th of July

    There are weekends still available in December and we successfully held a RUPES class here last year in December but in all practicality, when it comes to December everyone has Christmas and the holidays on their mind, not attending a class.



    So far - all our classes sell out. As of today that includes,

    The February 2-day boat class --> 24 people
    The February 3-day class here at Stuart --> 22 people
    The May 3-day class here --> 21 people
    The Indy class last weekend - 18 people
    The upcoming New Jersey class 21 people

    That's a good track record and it shows people understand, believe and trust they will get a lot of bang for their buck.

    But the dealio is... when we schedule a class, all the people that have been asking for a class like this for YEARS need to step up to the plate and put their money where their mouth is and sign up or this program will go away and we'll just do the incredibly successful classes here at Autogeek that people fly-into from around the U.S. and around the world.

    Mike Phillips
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