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      08-05-2008, 04:36 AM   #1
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Detailers in the Twin Cities area

Who're the best detailers/detail shops in the Twin Cities area?
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      08-08-2008, 07:40 AM   #2
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      08-08-2008, 04:42 PM   #3
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I did some research and asking around before and never really found anyone good around here. There was one guy who lives in Rochester that comes up here but it was like an extra $100 travel charge or something. I ended up buying a PC and all the gear and doing it myself. It turned out great...check out my post....

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I was looking for a good detail shop myself. I want to get a nice coat of wax on my car before winter hits. Wanna make some extra cash Blakjack23? Haha!
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Sure, I love extra cash. PM me and let me know what you're thinking.
I still have lots of Jetseal and Nattys Blue left. I'm gonna slap both my ride in the next few weeks here too.
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      11-01-2008, 04:49 PM   #6
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Bump...

I need some ideas on this too. Parked by a damn sprinkler and have quite a few hard water marks that washing won't take of.
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      11-02-2008, 09:32 PM   #7
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Has anyone tried the Auto Spa at Motorwerks in Bloomington? Its a bit spendy, I'm courious if its worth it. I'm not afraid to do it myself, hell it was my job in college,, but time is money.
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I tried it last spring and I have to say it wasn't really worth it. The results were ok, but there were some bug marks on the hood that didn't get removed along with a few little marks around the interior that I asked them to redo before I took the car out. The car was in for some other work at the same time and they said the detail was done before the techs worked on it, and that caused the marks. Fair enough I guess, but I would have thought a final check over before handing back to the customer might have been in order!
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Just curious, how much was that? Is their auto spa just a complete car detail?

If anyone wants to get their car polished on the cheap let me know. I'm new to detailing and I'm still perfecting my skills but I'm getting better....

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I think it was around $225 for complete interior and exterior detail. You can check their website for a complete list of what they do...

Blacjack23, I could possibly be interested in availing of your services. What kind of number are you thinking
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