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As the title implies, I recently got a detail done on the car. After a few HOURS of researching I found a little company called extreme details near DC. Just

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Old 09-01-2013, 10:07 AM   #1 (permalink)
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As the title implies, I recently got a detail done on the car. After a few HOURS of researching I found a little company called extreme details near DC. Just wanted everyone in that general area to know that this guys awesome. Hes flexible on pricing, Will tell you what you need and wont sell you anything you dont. Comes to YOUR house and sets up a little tent garage and did a full wash, buff, polish, wax, paint sealant, even on the rims, glass protectant, and steams the whole interior and puts scotch guard on all of it. The car looked BETTER than when I bought it, with a flawless swirl/cobweb free deep show car shine and It all cost me 600 total and he was there for over 6+ hours busting his ***. He has options that range from 150 to over 3k for you super rich Bentley owners out there.
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Lol ok, will do.lemme wash it again, as it got dirty from driving since then. But im not sure my cellphone camera will do it justice. Kinda like how listening to exhaust sound clips opposed to IRL is 100% different.
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$600 for a detail!

Thatís mod money. There is nothing more pleasurable then detailing your own car.
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Once upon a time I owned my own detailing business. There are VERY few people I would trust with a buffer near my car. Not that you didn't/couldn't find a good one OP, but $600 is kinda steep. I've been out of the business for a very long time but used to charge $100-125 depending on vehicle size for exterior and another $100 for interior. If he charged $600 I hope he got underneath and polished it up so you could eat off the the under carriage and took off the wheels. Everything should be spotless. I still don't see $600 but it should be show winning quality at that price
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$600? Wow. I bought a Porter Cable and all of the supplies I need to detail the car myself for half that.
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I'm not so sure where you guys are getting these detail quotes, but a wash, claybar, polishing step, waxing, etc. is in the hundreds if not thousands of dollar range. Ask the Adam's guys or detailersdomain how much the charge for a full detail. It definitely isn't cheap and not for your average person.
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I'm not so sure where you guys are getting these detail quotes, but a wash, claybar, polishing step, waxing, etc. is in the hundreds if not thousands of dollar range. Ask the Adam's guys or detailersdomain how much the charge for a full detail. It definitely isn't cheap and not for your average person.
Good detailing isn't cheap, that's true. I'll handle it myself and pocket the difference. Plus, it's fun and you get a major feeling of accomplishment when you're finished.
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My details start at 200 and do the same thing he does. Full polish wax and detail. I can even do 2 year polymer sealant 22ple for extra. 600 is a tad steep for a Z detail.
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Adams is a rip off from what I have seen. Yes detailers domain which I am a member of the high end detailers will cost a arm and a leg however my prices are much more reasonable.

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Adams is a rip off from what I have seen. Yes detailers domain which I am a member of the high end detailers will cost a arm and a leg however my prices are much more reasonable.

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Some of your products i still use but very few. I have not tried the new polishes however the older stuff you would have to work with forever. The practice of adams saying their product is as good as your going to need than come out with something better a year after is a joke to start with. To get rid of the PC because it's been made in china when the flex you sell is made in Germany and you stand by only selling things made in USA is another amusement. Dylan can be quoted to say in a older post that he would never use a Cyclo polisher and warns of high potential of holograms and less than 2 years later adams is selling them along with Dylan swearing by it is another amusement. The company always comes out with a (new product after another company does and to say your products are not the same as CG's is a joke. 3pedalmini, myself, and many others outside the adams forum have found this out very early on.

For someone trying to rub on their car all weekend adams is the way to go but for someone looking to get a car detailed and move to the next one there are many better products out there. Menzerna for instance is my now go to polish as I can get about 85% correction in one pass. It took at least 3 passes with adams older polished. Another thing that ticked me off with adams is basically pushing the junkman who supported their products right out of the forum. Nothing is original to the company everything is just copied off of someone else IMO. One last finally thought, when I started out and used machine super sealant on a few cars it didn't last anywhere near as long as the products I use now. To say you get months of protection is far from the truth.
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im just mentioning that this guys good, he did a flawless job and the car look far and beyond better than it did coming off the dealer floor. It looks like the cars from the chicago auto show. Yeah 600 is steep but i looked around in DC first and based on ratings this guy seemed to be the way to go and I wasnt disappointed! I just wanted to put his companies name out there as i believed it was earned. Not to mention they were chosen to restore the airforce 1 or something so that says something about the work quality. 600 well spent, ive wondered for a long time how they get cars to look like they do at the CAS and now I know. Plus, he taught me how to do everything as he was doing it for 6 hours, giving me tips. And even texted me with names of all his products and where he buys them from. Best service ive gotten from any company in my 27 years on earth. Didnt intend for the thread to turn into a flame war.
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$600 is not out of the question for a full paint correction. It will also depend on the wax & products this guy uses. You're also paying for his expertise.

As for the Adam's products, I found most of them to work as advertised. I find that some other brands are better in certain areas, but for the most part, I haven't been disappointed. You can't hate on a company for improving their product, in fact it's commendable. It means they're listening to their customers and constantly improving. You can't gripe Nissan for improving the GT-R every year for example or Ferrari coming out with an updated model. I do agree that the whole PC decision to get rid of it due to being made in China was a poor choice of words at best, especially when you're pushing for the Flex polisher. Sounds a bit silly and pompous if you ask me. Even more ridiculous when it was your bread in butter polisher for a long time.
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HAHA!! Whoa... gettin' a little heated there buddy and throwing some pretty substantial accusations around. Let me see if I can address a few of these for you:

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Some of your products i still use but very few. I have not tried the new polishes however the older stuff you would have to work with forever. The practice of adams saying their product is as good as your going to need than come out with something better a year after is a joke to start with.
So reformulations can't happen? Every product on the market is as good as its gonna get and can never be improved upon, reformulated, or tweaked given advances in chemistry? Wish I would have known... I'm gonna have to leave my job since its completely unnecessary and a waste of time to be the head of product development.

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To get rid of the PC because it's been made in china when the flex you sell is made in Germany and you stand by only selling things made in USA is another amusement.
It is? Perhaps you didn't spend enough time on the forums to understand this, but we never hide the fact that some (very few) products we sell are made outside of the US, but when they are we only work with companies and suppliers that provide working wages, safe working environments, and a standard of living similar to the kind we enjoy here in the US.

Just to document examples - Our aerosol chemicals are made in the US, but have to be pressurized and canned at a facility in Canada. The Flex is made in Germany. Currently clay is sourced out of Japan due to the ITW/CM patent, but that will be addressed very soon.

In China they employ people for sickeningly low money, they work in unsafe conditions, and abuse underage labor.

Can't really say the same about Germany can you? They very much enjoy living standards similar to our own... which is why a flex costs over $300 and a GG 6" can be hand for $100. Its not like the Flex is made out of alien materials unknown to other parts of the world... the labor factor in providing humane conditions is higher and is thus reflected in the price.

We sell USA whenever we can, when no reasonable alternative exists we will not source products from places like China... its a moral commitment just as much or more so than it is economic.


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Dylan can be quoted to say in a older post that he would never use a Cyclo polisher and warns of high potential of holograms and less than 2 years later adams is selling them along with Dylan swearing by it is another amusement.
If you can provide that quote I'd love to read it as I believe IF it was true its being taken out of context. The Cyclo factory is literally 20 minutes from our facility and we've attempted to work with them for years now... testing tools as far back as 2008 with our products.

Earlier attempts didn't yield very good results when paired with our products and their pads. If you notice the backing plate system on our Cyclo is different than their stock one, and different than any other Cyclo sold elsewhere. We designed the new polishing system in conjunction with the Cyclo and had them adapt the tool to our plates to get the results we wanted.

3-4 years ago... yep... we weren't seeing the results we wanted from the Cyclo. Things change, our chemicals have changed, the tool has changed... given the fluidity of the technologies available is it strange to expect that my opinion could change?

The first year the flex 3401 was widely sold we weren't fans either - it had reliability issues and we didn't sell it. As the reliability issues were addressed we revisited carrying it and now sell it today b/c its now a tool we can believe in.

Most recently the rupes... I've tested with and continue to work with on a regular basis. We could easily sell it as well, but there are some questions and issues we have about it that make us not able to stand behind it with our usual lifetime tool warranty. I look forward to the next gen rupes and will evaluate it again at that time as a possible addition to our line.

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The company always comes out with a (new product after another company does and to say your products are not the same as CG's is a joke. 3pedalmini, myself, and many others outside the adams forum have found this out very early on.
Interesting accusation, and clearly you are misinformed. I'm assuming you're referring to the recent release of our Buttery Wax update and another company timing their release. If you look at the dates we announced ours 3 days before theirs... it had been in testing development long before that (documented) If they did indeed "make" our stuff would they allow us to release it 3 days before them? Hmmmmm.

As I've said MANY times before... we are not and do not relabel anything from anyone. Our blends are all (with the exception of aerosols for VOC reasons) done here in the Denver area to our spec and recipe alone. I even invite you to come on by our warehouse so I can show you in person if you're ever in the area.

If anyone has purchased the other product please contact me and I'll happily provide a bottle of ours FREE OF CHARGE to test side by side and see that in fact they are different.

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For someone trying to rub on their car all weekend adams is the way to go but for someone looking to get a car detailed and move to the next one there are many better products out there. Menzerna for instance is my now go to polish as I can get about 85% correction in one pass. It took at least 3 passes with adams older polished.
I don't think anyone can ever claim to be the best product in every single category for every single situation. For anyone to even assume that would be ignorant. What works well for one person, might not for another. What might be needed on one car might not be on another. People who TRULY understand detailing know that no one product is ideal for every single situation.

The "BEST" product for any person is the one that works for them. Menzerna makes some great stuff, so I'm glad to hear it works for you. I have used many of their heavier compounds in the past. Perhaps reserve judgment on ALL products until you've actually tried them. As you stated, you've never even tried our new polishes yet, so how can you definitively say whats better?

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Another thing that ticked me off with adams is basically pushing the junkman who supported their products right out of the forum.
Really? Hmmmm... last I checked his account was still open and his activity showed he was still logging in, just not posting. No one banned him, no one asked him to leave. We simply merged his section with everything else... if you look the content is all still up and unmolested. The links may have been changed or blocked by him, but we never removed or forced anyone out of anywhere. Be pissed if you want, but maybe get all the facts on a situation before assuming anything then spouting off as if you do.

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Nothing is original to the company everything is just copied off of someone else IMO.
Hmmm... so anytime a company releases a soap, or a wax, or a cleaner, or a polish its all just 'copying someone else'? So by your logic we should figure out who was first to market with any single product, assume its the only option and forget about anyone else's?

I can think of dozens of brands of products that have popped up in the last decade that will be rather sad when they find out they should close shop because another company was making a product for a similar use before them.

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One last finally thought, when I started out and used machine super sealant on a few cars it didn't last anywhere near as long as the products I use now. To say you get months of protection is far from the truth.
Definitely an unusual result. We have many customer reports as well as our own testing that shows durability of months in even less than ideal conditions. In any event, as I'm sure you should be aware - we have a 110% money back satisfaction guarantee... you can return that bottle (or could have) for 110% of what you paid for it.
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