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Old 01-31-2017, 09:33 PM   #1
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Just wondering if anyone has a recommended shop to do detailing on a 2001 Vert? I was thinking of having it claybarred and a high end wax put on - paint is in good shape (30K on the car) - just curious if anyone had a good experience and also what I should expect to spend on it. I'm in McKinney but really anywhere in the Metroplex would be fine.
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my buddy did a full paint correction and seal on mine when i got it. i will ask him if he would be interested
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http://www.scottwax.com/

The best in DFW, and he comes to you.
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No question - Josh Ottmann is your guy
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claybar and wax is super easy, cant really mess it up. me and the guy that details mine get all of our stuff from Detailed Image
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No question - Josh Ottmann is your guy
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Thanks for the referral.

To anyone wondering, yes I'm still detailing and just passed 11 years in the business now thanks much in part to the Corvette Forum who helped get me started.

Clay and wax is pretty basic job and with a little coaching you could easily do this yourself yes, but if you really just want a great detail inside out it would take roughly 4-5 hours total for the full detail but I can also teach you as I go as I do with many of my clients.

Good talking with you the other day. Hope to see you soon.

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