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Old September 15th, 2011
93CUTLASS 93CUTLASS is offline
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alright i got a question my car is a 93 cutlass ceira the car is pretty beat up on the outside but interior is ok, i would say a 7 out of 10 a kid drove it before me!seats look great the floor looks like hell blew up. i was wondering if thers a way to re-hab the carpet so i dont have to get a new one can get pics as well.
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Old August 23rd, 2012
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Nice website - -questions about your processes

Hey, I checked out your company website and it looks great and very professional.

What chemicals do you use or recommend?

I've got a mix of things in my toolbox, and looking to consolidate down to a prime lineup.

and also looking into a on-the-weekend gig to help finance these car addictions. would appreciate your advice if your willing (PM me)
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Old September 6th, 2015
D. Yaros D. Yaros is offline
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Originally Posted by turbomangt View Post
I teach auto detailing at High Schools and Colleges, I keep up with the latest technology used in modern day car care. Donít be shy. No question is too dumb to ask. Gary
Ok, I will ask, what college offers auto detailing as a credit course? In what major course of study is this offering?
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Old March 5th, 2016
D. Yaros D. Yaros is offline
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The subj of this thread is "Don't be afraid to ask." I wasn't, and did on 6 Sep 2015. I guess 6 months is not long enough time for -turbomangt- to frame a response?

I further suspect no college offers auto detailing as a credit course.
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