Who doesn’t want their auto to look like new regardless of how old or how many miles you have on your vehicle? Nearly everyone who possesses personal pride extends that pride to the things that they own. The vehicles that they own, or drive would be a perfect example showcasing their personal pride. Dents, scratches, and rust are noticeable, therefore cannot be allowed to stay on the vehicles of prideful people. These vehicles in question are maintained mechanically and physically. Car washes and auto detailing are part of a regular maintenance plan that keeps autos looking in tip top condition.
A typical car wash and a typical auto detailing are clearly different. Even a fancy car wash service falls short of an average auto detailing service. What is the main difference between the two? The cost, time to complete, and the attention to detail are the three big differences. The cost of a nice local car wash will be somewhere between $15.00 and $40.00. The cost of a nice local detailing service can be somewhere between $250.00 and $$850.00 depending on how many extras you decide to purchase. Extras such as upholstery or carpet repair and paint or dent repair, or steam cleaning your engine compartment can significantly add to the cost of your auto detailing.
Auto detailing has become a significant service for millions of American auto owners. You can add trucks, boats, motorcycles, and RV owners as well. Auto dealers have understood the importance of auto detailing for decades. Most have in house employees or third-party contractors like Uniseal to maintain their fleet of vehicles for sale. The cleaner or newer a vehicle looks the faster it will sell. And more money can be charged for a new looking vehicle. People will pay more without much fuss for a newer looking vehicle as well. Folks like new or new looking things. It is an undeniable fact. Detailing for all types of vehicles has become a multi-billion-dollar industry within the United States.