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What You Didn’t Know About Car Detailing

A common misconception surrounding car detailing is that it’s little more than the average, everyday wash you can do yourself at home or, worse, a drive-thru car wash. This couldn’t be further from the truth! There are all sorts of benefits to car detailing services beyond just improving the look of your car. In this article, we’ll explore some of the lesser-known areas of car detailing services.

Improving Resale Value

Vehicles depreciate in value extremely quickly. The value of new cars plummets the minute you drive it off the lot. Regular car detailing services can help you get the most out of your car when it comes time to resell. Many people think that it’s sufficient to get a full detailing workup before they sell their car, but really, it’s better for the maintenance of your vehicle if you detail it regularly along the way; it ends up costing far less too. If you keep your car in good condition, you can ask for a higher price than similar vehicles on the market.

Removing Hard-To-Get-Out Stains from Carpet and Upholstery

It is unbelievably easy to stain the interior of your vehicle, but it can seem impossible to get those stains out on your own. Professional car detailing services are trained experts and fully prepared to get all the stains out of your vehicle’s interior. It’s important to keep in mind that a little wear and tear on your carpets is unavoidable, thanks to the friction created by your shoes, so adjust your expectations accordingly. A great car detailer, though, will recommend alternative suggestions such as replacing or dying the carpeting or upholstery in the event they’re unable to remove stains.

Keeping Your Paint Job Looking Fresh and New

Over time, the finish and paint of your vehicle can take a beating. This is only natural given the elements your vehicle is exposed to when you drive, but if you store your car in an uncovered area where it is exposed to the elements constantly, this deterioration will happen much more rapidly. Regular car detailing services can help bring minor issues in your paint and finish to your attention and rectify them sooner for much cheaper than if they went unnoticed for a longer period of time. Make sure your detailer applies both a coat of wax and clear coat to your vehicle each time they detail it to ensure that your paint job can keep looking like new for far longer. You can even extend this further by waxing your car on your own between detailing appointments; just make sure you don’t overwax.

Reducing Allergens

If you suffer from allergies, the interior of your car can be one problem area you’ve not yet thought of. Regular car detailing can help solve that problem, however! Monthly detailing services will help keep your interior clean, reducing the allergen level in your vehicle.

Ready to try it for yourself?

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Mobile Detailing Tips: Preserving Auto Detailing

Everyone loves how nice their car looks after a professional detailing job; the problem is, how do you keep it looking that nice? You spent a lot of money getting your car to look that nice, you want to make sure it lasts as long as possible and we’re here to help. We asked our best detailers from Chicago to Texas what they recommend for their clients to compile this ultimate guide to preserving your auto detailing!

What Can You Do to Keep Your Car Looking Great?

The following sections are tips from our best detailing experts to help you keep your car looking auto-detailing-fresh.

Make sure you’re using the right products for maintenance

The best thing you can to for your vehicle is to make sure you’re using the right products and only the right products when it comes to maintaining its condition. Many people make the common mistake of using dish soap to wash their vehicles; they don’t realize that dish soap can strip the clear coat and wax applied during the detailing process from your vehicle, making you need auto detailing services much sooner. Make sure that you speak with your auto detailing technician to see what products they recommend for your specific vehicle that will work in conjunction with the products they used.

Keep a microfiber cloth in your glove box

A microfiber cloth is every bit as useful to keep on hand as a jack and jumper cables. You can use them to clean up accidental spills or to keep your dashboard wiped down in order to eliminate dust. Most importantly, if you have a microfiber cloth with you, you can use it to dry your car off after it rains, thus preventing water spots from forming and helping to protect the detailing work.

Take proper care of your leather interiors

Leather interior is something far too precious and delicate for you to ignore. It requires regular care in order to prevent costly damages like cracks, tears, or wearing out. All you have to do is condition your leather interior regularly with a quality leather conditioning solution. Talk to your detailing technician to get a specific recommendation. Simply rub a small amount (not too much, but enough to cover the surface in a light lather) of conditioner on the leather with a microfiber cloth and then let it dry. This will keep your leather supple and looking good-as-new for far longer.

Wax your vehicle

Many people don’t take waxing their vehicles as seriously as they should. By applying a quality wax to your vehicle every four months or so (more frequently if water isn’t beading on the surface anymore). The wax serves as a protective layer, repelling water and other substances while simultaneously protecting the clear coat and paint underneath it. Waxing makes all the difference in the appearance of your car.

Limit eating and drinking in your vehicle

The biggest struggles of interior detailing are crumbs and dog hairs. Instate a no-eating rule in your car to limit spills and prevent crumbs from occurring. This could be difficult if you have kids, but it’s well worth the struggle. It’ll help keep your interiors looking nice and put off the need for another deep cleaning longer.

How Do You Know When It’s Time for Another Auto Detailing?

While the standard rule of thumb for how often to get auto detailing services is at least once per year, there are other variables that can lessen that timeframe. If your car is kept outside and exposed to the elements, you’re going to want to have it detailed more frequently. However, if you baby your car and keep it covered in a garage, being sure to wipe it down every time you drive it, you probably aren’t going to need auto detailing more frequently than once a year.

Is water no longer beading up on the surface?

One way to tell that it’s time to get auto detailing services is if water stops beading up on the surface of your vehicle. You can check this by paying attention after it rains or when you rinse your vehicle. If water no longer beads on the surface, your wax and/or clear coat are wearing thin, leaving the surface of your car vulnerable to damage. Make an appointment to get your car detailed as soon as you can if you notice this starting to happen.

Are dirt and debris building up on the surface of your vehicle?

If you’ve noticed more dirt and debris starting to build-up on the surface of your vehicle, it’s likely time for another auto detailing service. You may be thinking, “but I just went for a drive on a dirt road; I can just rinse it off.” Simply rinsing your vehicle won’t rid it of all the debris and dirt, which could lead to further damage. Whether the dirt and debris are piled up because it’s been a long time since you got your car detailed or because you’ve been particularly hard on your vehicle in a short period of time, you need to have your car completely detailed in order to properly protect it.

Has your interior started to look or smell bad?

Have you noticed more crumbs starting to appear in the seams on your seats or more dirt showing up on your floormats? It’s probably time for another deep interior cleaning through full auto detailing services to get your car back in its top condition.

Finding an Auto Detailing Company

Finding an auto detailing company near you can be difficult. How do you know where to look and who to trust? Some people masquerading as auto detailers have no certification or experience; they’re basically charging you for the same car wash you could have done yourself at home. There are a few steps you can take to ensure you don’t get scammed.

  1. Make sure they’re fully certified and licensed experts
  2. Check reviews – beware of paid services like Angie’s List
  3. If they’re small and local, ask around! Facebook has a “Recommendations” feature that allows you to easily ask your friends for local recommendations using Maps and tagging Facebook Businesses

If you’re within Mobile Detailing Pros‘ wide service area, give us a call! All of our detailers are highly trained experts that are fully licensed and certified. Our expert detailers are always reliable, professional, and courteous. We offer the most convenient services at the best prices and even have several options for discounts.

Truck Driving Tips: Supplies Every Truck Driver Should Have

Long-distance truck driving can be quite a trying job. Your cabin is your living room and office more frequently than the ones in your actual home are. You’re on the road for 70-80% of your time! If you’re just starting out in this career, how do you know what supplies you need to keep on-hand to ensure your truck is as comfortable as possible.

We’ve talked to several professional long-distance truck drivers to find out just what supplies they consider to be must-need to do this job and do it well. In this article, we’ll provide you with their tips to get you started on the right foot on this new career path.


There’s quite a bit of equipment you should keep on-hand in your cabin; some of this equipment will change dependent on what cargo you’re transporting, but some of it you should always keep around. One thing all the experienced truck drivers we talked to said was that you should keep spare lights and other backup truck accessories on-hand at all times. When you’re on the road for long hours so is your truck, your accessories might fail on you at the least convenient times; you’ll be glad you have a backup. You can find these accessories at stores like O’Reilly Auto Parts, Autozone, and other stores like them.


As you can imagine, if you’re going to need spare accessories, you’re going to need the right tools to replace them. You should have a variety of tools on-hand at all times to fit a variety of situations that might crop up. The Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA) has put together handy guidelines to help you determine what tools you should keep with you.

First-Aid Kit

Your truck isn’t the only thing at risk of potential damages. When you’re on the road for long periods of time, staying in hotels, eating at restaurants, maneuvering around gas stations, and performing some needed maintenance on your truck, you run the risk of injuring yourself in a variety of ways. You should always keep a well-stocked first-aid kit in your cabin so you’re prepared if something unexpected happens. The Red Cross has a helpful guide for what your first-aid kit should include but somethings are band-aids, hydrogen peroxide, and alcohol wipes.

Route Optimizer

Another universal tip from our seasoned truck drivers is to invest in a route optimizer. The time and hassle this little device save far outweigh the initial investment. It not only helps you find the shortest route, but it also considers the specific dimensions of your truck; you won’t have to worry about accidentally taking a route on which you can’t fit. It can also help you save fuel and money since it’ll find you the most efficient route. They’ll even help you avoid traffic jams, warn you of upcoming accidents or construction, and help you avoid toll roads. The route optimizer will be your best friend on the road.

Preparations for All Climates

When you’re driving across the country, you want to make sure you’re prepared for whatever climate you might meet. Keep some spare clothes for a wide range of climates to save you from being unprepared. We’d also recommend keeping a blanket or two available as well as a couple of towels; there are more situations than you might realize where these items could prove invaluable.


Never be without your cellular phone. Your mobile device could be a lifesaver! If you’re broken down, lost, taking a little more time than expected, need food/lodging, miss home, whathaveyou, you’re going to need that phone.

If you’re a trucker preparing for a long stint on the road, you need to make sure your cab is fully stocked up with all the essentials you’ll need. Thanks to the help of our long-distance truck driving friends, we’ve been able to provide you with a list to help you get started. This list is in no way comprehensive; several needed items will change based on the cargo your transporting. In addition to that, each truck driver is different; there are a variety of items you’ll want on-hand that others may not and vice-versa. We recommend trying new things frequently and sticking with what works best for you.

Car Detailing: Why You Should Just Leave It to the Professionals

There are a lot of misconceptions about car detailing out there. The two we see most frequently are that 1) auto detailing is only a luxury and 2) you can do just as good of a job at home for far cheaper. First off, auto detailing is far more than just a luxury; to read more on that, read our blog post from last week where we just covered why you should make the investment in having your vehicle professionally detailed regularly.

In this post, we’re going to be addressing the second of these misconceptions: that you can do professional-quality car detailing at home yourself for a fraction of the cost. While it’s true, you can look up a YouTube video and attempt to detail your car yourself and maybe even do a half-decent job, it’s very risky. The push for DIY over the last few decades, while great, has led to people attempting jobs are far better left up to the professionals. Car detailing is one of those jobs.

Why do you need a professional?

Certified car detailing technicians have at least five years of experience (Certified Masters have ten), most likely participate in continual training, and have insurance to protect themselves and you, should anything go wrong with your vehicle during the detailing process. These professionals are not only highly skilled and trained, but they also have protection for damage you wouldn’t be covered for at home.


Look, we’re all busy. It can be difficult to find the time to take your vehicle to traditional detailers, let alone put in the effort to do it yourself. Mobile detailing technicians, like those at Mobile Detailing Pros, will come to your home or office building and detail your vehicle (car, truck, motorcycle, boat, RV) for you; you won’t even have to leave your couch or desk. If you don’t have the time to keep up with regular detailing services, you won’t have the time to learn how to detail your vehicle yourself, let alone do the very minutely detailed, time-consuming, and focused task of actually detailing the vehicle.

Proper Care

If you’re doing the detailing yourself, you might lack the time and/or patience to give the task the attention and care it deserves. When you leave it to the professionals, you’re getting their highly trained and skilled eye, as well as they’re expert skill and know-how of both auto care and detailing practices. As mentioned earlier, in addition to knowing what to do, these professionals also have insurance policies and companies backing them up, meaning you won’t have to make up for any mistake they might make, however unlikely. If you’re doing it at home, you have a higher chance of making mistakes and no safety net to help make up for it if you do make one.

Professional Know-How

Certified Detailing Technicians have spent time, money, and brainpower learning and training so they know exactly how to handle whatever detailing problem comes their way. They’ll do exactly what’s needed without overdoing it, which is important when you’re dealing with these harsh-in-excess cleaning chemicals on something as precious as your vehicle.

While, yes, it is possible for you to detail your vehicle yourself, the risk greatly outweighs the reward. Your vehicle is quite a large investment on which you depend very heavily; the risk is just too great. Leave it to the professionals and save yourself the time, money (in the long-run), risk, and potential heartache.

Why You Should Get Your Car Detailed Regularly

There’s little better than a freshly cleaned vehicle, but many people see this as a luxury. Did you know that if you have your car professionally detailed regularly, it will end up costing you less, help preserve your investment, and keep your car in better condition? In this article, we plan to show you just how regular detailing services are more than a luxury, they’re an investment in the care and longevity of your vehicle.

The look

The exterior paint sees a lot of mileage (pun intended). It’s constantly exposed to the elements since a great many people don’t have the luxury of keeping their vehicles parked in a covered area. Between the constant exposure to harsh weather and the exposure to danger on the roads (road salt, rocks, etc.), your paint takes a serious beating! Prolonged exposure to the sun’s harsh and damaging rays can also cause damages to your paint, the surface of your car, and your tires. Sure, the look of it matters, but it’s more than that: if your paint gets damaged (chipped, scratched), it becomes vulnerable to destructive damages like rusting. You can help keep your paint and vehicle safe and keep it looking pristine through regular professional auto detailing services and either a coat of wax or sealant to finish the job right.

Visibility while driving

Regular professional car detailing services can also help to keep your windshields, windows, headlights/taillights, and mirrors clear, giving you a vast improvement on your visibility. Your lights will seem brighter and your vision will be free of annoying obstructions like smudges and bugs if you keep up with regular professional car detailing.

Tire Health

Believe it or not, regular detailing services are good for your tires as well! Leaving debris, mud, or road salt caked on your tires for a prolonged period of time can reduce the lifespan of your tires and cause damages. If you keep up with regular detailing services, you can rest easy that your tires are safe from the risk of prolonged exposure to these damaging elements.

Increased Resale Value

The one thing most people understand about auto detailing: it increases your resale value on your vehicle. Most people will take their vehicles to have extensive detailing services right before they sell it, thinking that will increase their chances of getting the most out of their car in the resale. But, did you know that if you keep up with regular auto detailing services, you can keep your car in great condition, ensuring you get the highest resale price, and you can spend less on detailing services, because it won’t require as much extensive of a package to have your car looking showroom-ready.


Whether you want to admit it or not, cluttered and messy spaces are not the most comfortable or desirable for most people. Keeping your car organized, clean, and detailed will also improve your and your passenger’s comfort as you travel. You spend a lot of time in your car; make sure you keep it as comfortable and distraction-free as possible.

Keeping up with regular auto detailing services is far more than a luxury; it’s a responsible investment in the care and longevity of something on which you depend quite heavily. You need your car so take care of it and keep it in the best condition you possibly can by keeping up with a regular schedular of auto detailing services.

6 Common Auto Detailing Misconceptions

Each industry has its own set of misconceptions with which to contend and the auto detailing industry, especially, is no exception. We’ve nailed down the top 6 auto detailing misconceptions so we could bust them once and for all.

1) All auto detailing services are the same

The number one auto detailing misconception we see is that all detailing services are created equal. This couldn’t be further from the truth. As with every industry, there are some auto detailers that are better than others and some businesses that have better practices than others. To find the best auto detailers in your area, you’ll need to do research, read reviews, talk to detailers, compare prices, and decide which company fits your needs best.

2) Your car will always look showroom ready after detailing

As we said above, not all auto detailing services are created equal. While some will have your car looking like you just drove it off the showroom floor, others will not. We recommend doing your research before committing to a particular company so you know the quality you can expect from them. We also recommend that you don’t fall into the trap of choosing an auto detailing business based on price. While it’s true, you can get a good deal when you opt for the cheaper detailing service, it’s important to remember that you get what you pay for.

3) Quick washes are the same as full auto detailing services

This is a fatal mistake that we see made time and time again. It’s important to know the difference between the quick washes offered for $10-$20 and the full auto detailing services that cost you $150 or more. The quick washes are just like they sound: quick and unthorough. As we said above, you get what you pay for and these washes are nowhere close to the quality you’ll receive from full detailing services. All this is not to say that quick washes are useless; in fact, they serve a very distinct purpose. If you maintain your car well, these quick washes could help alleviate some of the cost of full detailing services.

4) Drive-through car washes are exterior auto detailing but cheaper

This is a hugely fatal misconception to have. Drive-through car washes use harsh sprayers and chemicals that can cause damage to the paint and finish on your vehicle. Exterior auto detailing is done by professionals with care by hand; the results are much better, risks much lower, and cost much higher. Comparing a drive-through car wash to professional auto detailing services is like comparing apples to oranges; they are simply different things.

5) Auto detailing isn’t worth the cost

Many people think this, followed by “I can just do it at home myself.” The reality is that most of what you’re paying for is the expertise of the professional technicians, the tools they use, and the high-quality products to which they have access, not the actual act of washing your car. You wouldn’t expect the same results from an auto detailing service you pay top dollar for and something you did with a sponge and Dawn at your house, would you?

6) Auto detailing doesn’t require training or expertise

This misconception is downright insulting to the trained detailing experts that have spent a lot of time gaining and honing their skills and expertise. It takes training and practice to be a professional auto detailer; without it, you can run the risk of causing costly damages to people’s vehicles or upsetting or even losing customers. Auto detailing without training or expertise is just a hazard and, frankly, a waste of money.

If you require expert detailing services, call Mobile Detailing Pros at 800-557-5134 or visit our website to reserve your appointment today. Our expert auto detailers will handle all your detailing needs professionally and accurately.

Did we miss any misconceptions you’ve heard a lot? Leave us a comment below!


What’s Holding Back the Auto Detailing Industry

The auto detailing industry isn’t suffering by any means, but it just doesn’t seem to be expanding. Whether you’re an avid customer wanting to encourage the industry or you’re a detailer yourself wondering how you can expand your business, we’ve found the answer to your questions.

So what is it holding back the auto detailing industry? The answer isn’t so simple.

Prices are just too low

Anyone who has ever spent hundreds of dollars on auto detailing services would probably struggle to believe that this could be something happening to the industry, but hear us out. We’ve all seen the pop-up detailing operations that offer “quick” exterior detailing services for just $5 or $10. While some don’t trust a detailing service offered so cheaply, many take advantage of the significantly lower price.

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But what does this have to do with the rest of the detailers in the industry? It’s simple; they can’t compete. Everyone wants the service that takes less time and costs less. The major problem is that these services are also much lower quality than the auto detailing services for which you pay hundreds.

Employee struggles

The fact of the matter is that good expert car detailers are hard to come by. A big part of the auto detailing industry’s struggle is finding quality employees that stick around. If detailers are good, they’ll go on to start their own independent company. If they aren’t, you’ll struggle to get the work done you need.

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Detailing businesses also tend to struggle with a high employee turnover rate. Many detailing operations don’t offer benefits and society, on the whole, tends to look down on those in this line of work, seeing it as more of a hobby than a business.

The auto detailing industry is in a transition period

Like many other industries, the auto detailing industry is struggling to get a grip on its place in the 21st century. While mobile auto detailing is clearly trying to bridge the gap, even that industry hasn’t regulated itself enough to be an established practice; each mobile detailing business operates differently.

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The auto detailing industry itself is in a transition period, trying to rebuild and restructure itself to better fit their 21st-century customers. Over the next few years, the kinks will hopefully be worked out so that the auto detailing industry, though the same at the core, better suits its modern clientele and their needs.

What does all this mean for the auto detailing industry?

Some, who are very accustomed to auto detailing staying the same for as long as it has been an industry, will be alarmed by this, thinking it the end of the auto detailing industry as they know it. However, modern customers shouldn’t be concerned at all; they should be excited! The industry is restructuring itself to better serve its 21st-century employees and customers so it can continue to provide a necessary service, rather than become obsolete.

Think you know another reason the industry is being held back? Leave us a comment below.


5 Little Changes That’ll Make a Big Difference with Your Vehicle

We’ve seen more blog posts and heard more questions surrounding basic car care than we can count. People always want to know what steps they can take to make their cars last longer and the upkeep costs less. We asked our expert technicians so we could find you an answer once and for all. Without further ado, we’ve compiled the top five easy things you can do for your vehicle that make a big difference in its longevity and functionality.

1) Change Your Oil Regularly

Many people don’t understand the importance of having their oil changed regularly and on time. They assume that, so long as they change it every once in awhile, everything will be fine. This couldn’t be further from the truth. In order for your car to function at its best and last as long as possible, you have to have your oil changed regularly at the popular increments; changing it too soon is a waste of money and waiting too long can cause damages to your engine, so make sure you’re staying on top of it.

2) Get an Inspection When You Go for an Oil Change

Many people that don’t live in states that require yearly inspections make the fatal error of not having their car inspected at all. Likewise, people who have to have the yearly inspection think that’s enough to cover it and put getting an inspection off until then. You should get your vehicle inspected when you go in for an oil change. Many mechanics will even offer a complimentary inspection with an oil change. Keeping up with regular inspections, much like your own checkups at the doctor, will help you to catch damages or failures early.

3) Get Your Car Detailed Regularly

You wouldn’t necessarily think keeping your car clean would have an effect on how it functions, but it does. Ignoring car detailing can lead to debris getting caked onto your vehicle that could cause damage to the paint. Skipping out on regular detailing services can lead to premature rusting, engine failure, tire problems, and many other issues. Don’t let this happen to you; call Mobile Detailing Pros at 800-557-5134 or visit our website to book your detailing service today.

4) Never Ignore the ‘Check Engine’ Light

The ‘check engine’ light in your car serves a specific and important function; it’s not just a suggestion. If your ‘check engine’ light has just come on, don’t ignore it; make an appointment with your mechanic right then and there so you’re sure to catch whatever problem early on, saving you a lot of trouble and expense.

5) Stay Alert

When driving your car, it’s important that you pay attention to any sounds or feelings that are out of the ordinary. Car trouble has a way of sneaking up on you at the most inconvenient times; don’t be caught off-guard: know the signs so you can act quickly and not do any more damage to your engine.

Did we miss an important car care tip? Comment your tip below; we’d love to know how you’re keeping your car in its best condition!

How to Sell Mobile Detailing to a Skeptic

We’ve all met mobile detailing skeptics: people who don’t trust the newest type of detailing available because it’s not what they’ve always known. You want to share this convenient option with them, but they’re so resistant and insist you not use them either. How do you change their mind? How do you convince them that mobile detailing is safe and convenient? Mobile Detailing Pros are here to help! We’ve put together five great tips to help you try to convince your skeptical friend.

1) Show Them

One of the best ways to convince a mobile detailing skeptic is to show them firsthand that there’s nothing to worry about. Have them over the day of your detailing appointment and let them witness how safe, convenient, and reliable mobile detailing services can be with their own eyes. This might help to show them that they had nothing to worry about and they may try it for themselves.

2) Backup Your Claims with Research

Show them all the different mobile detailing companies in your area and how many satisfied customers they appear to have. Show them all the reviews available on various websites to show them that there’s nothing to worry about, many people use and love mobile auto detailing services every day.

3) Encourage Them to Talk to the Mobile Detailing Technicians

What better way to reassure your skeptic than to have them talk to the professionals themselves? Our expert detailing technicians will be happy to answer any and all of your questions to the best of their ability. They want you to feel comfortable with our mobile detailing services.

4) Help Them Find a Good Deal

People are often more inclined to try something new if they can get a good deal on it. When you book an appointment with Mobile Detailing Pros, we’ll give you a discount if we can detail more than one car in one trip. Invite your skeptic friend over to have their car detailed too; they’ll get to try it out and you’ll both get a great deal!

5) Show Them the Results

If you trust mobile detailing services and you’re trying to convince a skeptic, just show them the results of the services you’ve gotten. Prove to them that there’s nothing to worry about and that there’s no greater risk than there is with any other detailing service. Remind them that, even if the worst were to happen, detailing businesses are always insured.

We hope this guide has helped you to convince your skeptical friend. If not, it’s their loss; you still get to enjoy the great convenience of mobile detailing services. If you need car detailing services, call Mobile Detailing Pros today at 800-557-5134 or visit our website to schedule your appointment with our expert technicians today! We have one of the largest service areas in the United States; see if we have detailers in your region.

Have another great way to convince a skeptic to try mobile detailing services? Leave us a comment below; we’d love to know how you were able to convince them!

Car Detailing: 5 Savvy Ways to Detail Your Car

Part of taking care of your car is keeping it in good condition, which includes car detailing. Unfortunately, car detailing isn’t always cheap. We’re here to help! We’ve come up with 5 savvy ways you can save money with your car detailing services.

1) Give Mobile Detailing a Shot

With the mobile car detailing industry taking off, almost every area has a pop-up mobile detailing setup somewhere in their surrounding area. These pop-ups offer quality detailing services quickly and at a low cost. It’s important to note, however, that these services are only useful when you’ve been maintaining your car’s detailing. They don’t offer extensive detailing services through these quick services.

2) Maintain Your Car Detailing Services

Many people make the fatal mistake of thinking detailing services last months and months without any upkeep at all. If you want to get the most out of your detailing services, you have to take care of them. Here’s a rundown of basic maintenance to ensure your car detailing services last as long as possible, for more information please see our blog post:

  • Wash your car regularly with proper tools
  • Keep your car covered by either parking in covered areas (garages, carports) or using a tarp
  • Rinse off your car to eliminate debris from the surface

Maintaining your car detailing services will ensure that you’re getting the most out of your investment and that you can utilize the quick detailing we mentioned above, keeping your car nice for less.

3) Do Your Research

Don’t just go with the first mobile detailing service you find, but shop around a little to ensure you’re getting the absolute best value. If you live within Mobile Detailing Pros wide service area, call us at 800-557-5134 or visit our website to schedule your hassle-free appointment today. Our expert technicians are highly trained professionals ready to take on whatever detailing task you throw at them.

4) Don’t Try to Do It All Yourself

It may seem like a good idea to save some money by doing your car detailing yourself, but you may end up doing damage that will cost a whole lot more to fix than the detailing services would have in the first place. Rather than make this fatal error, you should just let the professionals handle it in the first place. If you must do it yourself, make sure you’ve done all your research before you attempt detailing your vehicle.

5) Vacuum Your Interior Yourself

One way you can cut corners with interior detailing services and ensure that you don’t get charged extra is by vacuuming your interior carpet yourself. This task is easy to accomplish without risk of damages and it can save you a bundle. The most common reason for extra charges for car detailing services is having to vacuum excess dog hair, debris, crumbs, etc. or extra shampooing.


If you need to cut corners with car detailing services, Mobile Detailing Pros is here to help you figure out where you can. We realize that even though detailing your car is a necessary part of car care, it’s often expensive to keep it up. With these 5 savvy tips, you can save money without sacrificing the care your car needs.