I always love a challenge. That's what I was thinking as I took on this 2016 Mercedes RV on. This customer is a good client of mine and always calls on us to detail their company and personal vehicles. They had just bought this RV and the paint was very very scratched up. The Mercedes dealership would run this vehicle through their scratch-o-matic car wash doing nothing but destroying the quality of this very expensive RV. After agreeing on a price for a 2 step polish with Cquartz coating we got to work as there was heavy rain in the forecast soon and he needed this vehicle for their family's Christmas road trip.
What I love most about this business is helping good people out. I cannot imagine how difficult it would be to manage a full time career, as well as the stresses of being a single parent. She contacted me asking to have a simple wash and wax and the interior thoroughly detailed. When she told me over the phone it may be a little bad we shrugged it off thinking hey we have detailed tons of interiors.... It will just be another job...... or so we thought.....
It’s much easier to protect and condition leather upholstery than spend the money to attempt to salvage it. If leather is to retain its value and beauty, it must be cared for. This means regular cleaning and conditioning. When the leather is manufactured the automakers cover the leather with sealants, but as leather ages, it loses its essential protection, leaving the leather susceptible to oils, debris, and UV damage.
Since I started this business the number one request for my clients is a thorough cleaning of the interior. Interior details are at least 65 percent of the details that I do. Because of this I wanted to teach you at home how you can clean your interior to a professional level with very little financial and time investment on this 2006 Mazda Tribute.