A wise man once said, "my mama always said you can tell a lot about a person by their shoes." And the same is definitely true when detailing vehicles: What kind of food somebody eats (if they eat in their vehicle), if they have kids, if they wear makeup, if they wash their hands, if you park under a tree all the time ... there's so many things that can be learned by getting into somebody's vehicle. You also learn patterns for what vehicles are used for. A lowered car with suspension mods and tons of horsepower is probably used for some type of racing. Likewise, when someone buys a Tahoe, it's probably going to need to do some work. Whether it's pulling trailers or getting the kids to their game/friends/practice/school/dentist appointment, it's going to get used, as they should be. There's always exceptions to any kind of trend, but this one fell right in line.
The good thing is that we've seen so many of these things in a similar state that we know exactly what's needed and how to get it done. This Tahoe got our "Worx" service and it made all the difference! If there's one thing I love, it's getting into the nitty gritty of what makes this service work so well like the clay bar or the single step polish and wax that brings the paint back to life, or the hours of cleaning out nooks and crannies with compressed air and treating all the leather/vinyl/plastics with a UV resistant conditioner, and if those are the details you're into, give us a call at (336) 528-4465 or email us at email@example.com to talk more about it. But this blog is about showing the results so without further delay, check out our before and after pics for this Tahoe, check out our reviews, ask a friend and hire us with the confidence that you know we can get the results that only others can talk about.
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