One question that new entrants into the car detailing , mobile automotive detail or mobile car wash business inquire is how I get the training I want to succeed and please my own clientele. Can there be a detailing certification I will get to show my customers? Can they ask me for this thing to demonstrate my skills?
Personally was in the mobile auto detailing and car wash business for some 27 years; I have not heard of anybody asking for evidence of certification or training, when a customer did this, they’re up to something, likely a competitor. Competitors do a whole lot of fishing, but are usually mentally inferior, lacking personal personality and afraid.
Is there any good places to get instruction? You can check out http://www.DetailPlus.com in Portland, I recommend them. However, you are going to come across such training in most parts of the nation. Another question that’s frequently requested my new entrants to the specialist automotive detailing business is; “Just how much money does it take to get started?”
The response to this question is that; it depends upon if you’re going to attempt to service, wholesale car lot and auto auction detailing or retail detail or a combination. Maybe you may be detailing aircraft? Maybe you’re a laid away aircraft mechanic and also wish to detail aircraft then you may be establishing an aircraft mobile detailing business or a hanger established surgery. For aircraft cleaning an A & P mechanic wouldn’t require much instruction, except possibly speedy buffer courses and review of aircraft coatings and paint; Imron, Polyurethane, etc., cloth, Stits, Ceconite, etc. You find the amounts you make in earnings will significantly vary based on the kind of business you operate. So think all of it through carefully before you leap into the deep end from the car detailing business.