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Okay, so you guys probably don't know but I opened a Detailing shop I did a Honda Pilot today and a Mustang. I have a white Suburban to do tomorrow and I was wondering can you actually make white look any better than It usually Is I mean white really doesn't show any flaws what should I do as far as detailing the exterior?
 

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You opened a detail shop?

White can look great with the right products...What products do you use?
 

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White doesn't show flaws? White definitely shows flaws.

I'm with Chris, you need to just read, read, and read the detailing stickies.
 

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White shows MASSIVE flaws and dirt. White is one of those colors that a paint cleaner does WONDERS for.

What are you trying to accomplish tomorrow with the Suburban? Wash, wash and wax, paint correction, one step, etc.....

If you have this lined up for tomorrow and are doing a wash and wax I would highly suggest getting to Autozone and getting a good cleaner wax like Mothers. White does not always look truly clean after a wash and cleaner wax will help pull any "staining" from the paint.

Claying is also usually essential on a white car IMO.
 

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It would be a good idea to know the answers to those questions before you open a detailing shop man. Please read the stickies and watch the video library I made for those who want to learn how to detail correctly, in your case I would highly recommend you watch and read them all, as well as join a detailing specific forum.
 

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It would be a good idea to know the answers to those questions before you open a detailing shop man. Please read the stickies and watch the video library I made for those who want to learn how to detail correctly, in your case I would highly recommend you watch and read them all, as well as join a detailing specific forum.
Agreed...

A detail shop should be using some high end products IMHO and not doing it by hand to boot...
 
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