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    How To Detail The Ones That Should Be Burned

    This is an example of the worst vehicles I have ever done. Have you had the "pleasure" of working on a vehicle like this? If so, share your war story!

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    Re: How To Detail The Ones That Should Be Burned

    how long did it take to remove seats and clean whole interior

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    Re: How To Detail The Ones That Should Be Burned

    I have seen a few of your videos, insane how dirty those vehicles are! How do you get so many disaster jobs? in 10 years in the business, I have never seen anything like that, and very badly dirty vehicles I see maybe once a year.
    I do charge a lot for my services and I tend to get a lot of client that have nice cars and keep them clean. When I get dirty ones, it's always a honda or GM or something more common. If I ever find a Porshe or Audi in that condition I will be shocked!

    Regarding seats, I have never removed them. I am mobile and when I started out a lot of people were saying not to remove seats because of the liability if something happens afterwards. I see you remove them on every detail so, did you ever have an issue doing that and how much time does it take you to unplug the battery, remove the seats, put them back in and replug? I am considering starting doing that because it makes the cleaning of both the seats and carpets much easier.

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