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I hate to post "the other guys" page in here I really do but I love this idea they have going. My question being, have you ever thought of doing something like this? I would love to give it a go if you guys ever decide to create a program that is similar! 

 

Also, I am a First time customer here who has yet had a chance to try my products out (rain delay) but I'm looking forward to being a long time customer based off all the good things I have heard and all the info i'm learning from this forum and the videos! 

Here's a picture of everything from my first buy and my Wishlist is full haha.

 

 

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I will let one of the employees answer your question about having formal training classes, but you could go to one of the FREE detailing clinics or shows and get some hands-on advice.

 

Also, we don't like to have webpage links to competitors sites on the forum, so I removed your link and provided this screenshot so people could see what you are referring to.  Thanks for understanding.  :)

 

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I will let one of the employees answer your question about having formal training classes, but you could go to one of the FREE detailing clinics or shows and get some hands-on advice.

 

Also, we don't like to have webpage links to competitors sites on the forum, so I removed your link and provided this screenshot so people could see what you are referring to.  Thanks for understanding.  :)

 

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Super sorry about the link, didn't think to do a screen shot so I apologize! I was searching for detailing classes and it brought them up. Trust me, I'm loyal to Adam's from here out! How do I go about finding the free detailing clinics/shows? Thanks for the response by the way.

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Super sorry about the link, didn't think to do a screen shot so I apologize! I was searching for detailing classes and it brought them up. Trust me, I'm loyal to Adam's from here out! How do I go about finding the free detailing clinics/shows? Thanks for the response by the way.

 

No worries!  All the internet traffic gets tracked, and we don't want to get "those guys" hopes up seeing web traffic from this forum. :lol:

 

You can find threads for clinics and shows in the Upcoming Events & Gatherings subforum.

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What Wolf said - plenty of shows and free clinics Adams does over the year in addition to many of Adams distributors etc- I am not a fan of "those guys" you mentioned.

Not a fan of them either, trust me. I just like the schooling concept. I live in Illinois so its hard for me to make it to one day events and such. If a 3 to 5 day class was offered I could take vacation time and learn most of what I need to in that time for the most part i'd hope.

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Not a fan of them either, trust me. I just like the schooling concept. I live in Illinois so its hard for me to make it to one day events and such. If a 3 to 5 day class was offered I could take vacation time and learn most of what I need to in that time for the most part i'd hope.

 

 

There are a couple of different "detailing" schools out there that will teach you technique. You can take those same techniques and apply them to whatever products your using. 

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There are a couple of different "detailing" schools out there that will teach you technique. You can take those same techniques and apply them to whatever products your using. 

Do you know their names by chance?

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There's also a popular detailer who has a subscription based service with tons of videos as well as free ones on his YouTube channel if you really want to learn efficient detailin processes

 

You also have guys like Larry Kosilla who has a ton of free videos to help the detailing community, etc.

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There's also a popular detailer who has a subscription based service with tons of videos as well as free ones on his YouTube channel if you really want to learn efficient detailin processes

 

You also have guys like Larry Kosilla who has a ton of free videos to help the detailing community, etc.

Awesome, thanks for the info Jason.

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