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  1. Re: How to prevent leather seats from looking like this

    BMW leather typically starts looking a little worn at 3-4 years. Obviously, YMMV based on your driving habits, mileage, local temps, garaging status, your weight, etc. Many factors will determine...
  2. Re: How to prevent leather seats from looking like this

    Clean and condition the seats a couple times a year. Then trade the car in 3-4 years. Honestly, you're overthinking it a little. I'm sure the product you listed is fine, but there's better...
  3. Re: How to prevent leather seats from looking like this

    Advice? Yeah, try not to let your car get to be 100 years old. LOL
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    Re: Looking for feedback on my logo.

    This is the reason that businesses fail. LOL Seriously, if the OP has Apple money to help with his branding, by all means name the company Lemon Drop and then spend $100 million to make sure...
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    Re: Looking for feedback on my logo.

    I'm not trying to tell you how to run your business, but if you're name confuses customers and is not memorable and doesn't provide a clear indication of who you are and what you can do for people,...
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    Re: Customerís Truck Arrives Muddy

    You chalk it up to a lesson learned and I guarantee you it won't happen again. Every person that has started this business from scratch has been beaten by a job or ten. It's part of any business...
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    Re: Looking for feedback on my logo.

    Honestly, I don't care for either. On top of that, they're both really busy.
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    Re: Interior - mouse in vehicle. Help!

    You've got to get the food out of the car. I know your kids are little and little kids like to eat in the car, but they're not going to die if they go without car snacks for a few days. Believe me,...
  9. Re: ATTN Dent Repair Business Owners. How can I hire dent repair employees or find business partners?

    Just out of curiosity, why did you start advertising a service that you couldn't provide? Personally, I've thought about branching out into several different areas. You know when I'd advertise...
  10. Re: Fresh face, NEW VAN and fun mobile retrofit to start up my NEW old passion as a Mobile Business

    Wow, I can't believe I missed this the first time. You don't have a clue. Traffic? LOL Phoenix? LOL Whatever.
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    Re: Whatís going on with my tint here?

    The picture is pretty blurry so it's hard to say for sure, but typically scratches on the film in straight lines like that are put in from having some type of debris in the track or in your case, the...
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    Re: Wash again after ERASER?

    No, in fact you really want the panel prep to be the last thing you do before coating. Why risk recontaminating the paint after you presumably just completely decontaminated it?
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    Re: TORQ 10FX stopped working ? Wth!

    Anecdotal I'm sure, but I've done probably 100 six step headlight restorations with mine and it's still going strong. I did have to replace the plug on the power cord because it caught fire about...
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    Re: What are these specs on my trim

    I know it's been a while since you posted this, but those look like the plastic is pitting. So not really specs of anything but deteriorating from the inside.
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    Re: what do you charge?

    +1

    I just had time to detail my rig last week for the first time in a couple months. I've run a hose over it a few times to knock off the big stuff, but detail it, no way, just not enough time in...
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    Re: Sweat stains on seats?

    Steam, flood with clean water, scrub, vac and then steam again with the triangle brush covered with a towel.
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    Re: What did you do today, in regards to detailing?

    Took a mental health day and detailed the rig today. LOL

    https://i.imgur.com/E7sz5h7.jpg
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    Re: Ceramic pro coating

    Everybody loves a secret.
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    Re: Seat Cleaner

    Until you got paid.
  20. Re: Attach Foam Cannon to DIY Coin Car Wash?

    I doubt the tips are removable at a coin wash. Because think about it, if you remove the tip and forget to put it back on, what do the rest of the customers do that day? I know at my local coin...
  21. Re: Foam gun users...want a bunch of clay lube?

    If you use your gun everyday, I doubt it ever needs to be cleaned. We've never cleaned ours, it works fine. If it fails and I can't fix it, I have a backup that I'll put in use. A foam gun is a...
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    Re: Make up removal

    Steam. That's the only thing I've found that gets makeup and, even worse, sunscreen off without changing the appearance of the panel. Not that every other solution will change the appearance of the...
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    Re: Vacuum Hose Question

    Anybody that is using math to answer this question, let me save you some time. For the first year, I ran those $200 Shop Vacs permanently mounted in the trailer with a 50' length of pool vac hose. ...
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    Re: Looking for partner and advice..

    The thing about employees is everybody thinks they'll leave and start their own business. If starting, owning and running a successful business were easy, everybody would do it.
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    Re: Dirty car waxed - please help

    Wash it with whatever to get it clean first and then go to Autozone and get a bottle of Rustoleum Tar & Wax remover. This is essentially what panel prep is. Spray the car down one panel at a time...
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