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post #1 of 9 Old 2nd September 2011, 05:49 AM Thread Starter
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Anyone interested in learning about full paint detail/paint correction?

So I'm cruising around Broomfield the other day and out of the corner of my eye I catch a carbon black E39 M5 parked far far away. As I get closer, I can't believe how perfect this car looks. Turns out the owner has his own first rate professional car detailing business. Guys, his '01 carbon black M5 was as close to showroom perfect as you could get, truly stunning. Anyway, after a few phone conversations he wanted me to pass this along to the local board members to see if there is any interest in attending one of his free seminars. I'm going to try and make one of them but he needs to gauge interest so that he can set the date.

Chad

>Hey Chad,
There is no SET date bc I need to know if there will be commitment first.

But here it goes:


Hi, My name is Juan Rodriguez, I am owner of a mobile professional detailing business and also a fellow E39 M5 owner (carbon black 2001).
I service the Denver, Colorado Springs, and Pueblo areas, and even travel out of state to do some cars. I specialize in all aspects of detailing, from simple proper hand washing, to in depth paint correction, scratch minimizing, clear coat polishing, removal of embedded paint contaminants (tar, overspray, tree sap, etc etc) and full swirl correction treatments.


I utilize only the highest quality products from Germany as well as employ the Full line of Premium Car care products from Adam's Polishes (his website is worth checking out www.adamspolishes.com) All of his products are made in the USA, and he is LOCAL in Boulder, CO where the warehouse is located. I also utilize primarily a Flex VRG 3401 buffer, which combines dual action polishing with forced rotation (think of it as a hybrid buffer..cross between a d/a and a full speed high powered rotary). VERY few detailers use this buffer (mainly bc it is expensive!), yet it yields unbelievable results.


I would like to know if there would be interest in holding a "product introduction and detailing clinic" at his Warehouse during the Month of September 2011. It would be either Saturday the 17th or the 24th, starting at around 9 am to around 1 or so. We would be able to show you the full line of products, as well as introduce you guys to some of the crucial steps to care for your vehicles (especially knowing just how harsh Colorado can be on automotive paints!!)


This is a great opportunity for all to learn, get some exposure to professional detailing and also get great discounts on the full line of Adam's stuff.

During the Month of September (NOW!) I am running a full detailing specializing for ALL BMW club/board members. It includes a full paint treatment, along with interior care. You can contact me by email at [email protected] or feel free to call or text me to schedule and appointment 719 233 9327.


I do everything mobile, but can also work out of my garage located in Broomfield, CO (Flatirons area). My company has been in business for 2 years now, and I have partnerships with 5 shops locally and handle all of their high end detailing. I am also subcontracted to work on some of the Lemay Car museum on Colfax stuff, so I get to do some pretty nice automobiles. I take care of 2 private collections in town, and a couple in Colorado Springs.


Feel free to email me if you want pictures of my work, or need any type of referrals to see what kind of work I do!
I appreciate your time and participation in these events, and perhaps your future business!! Just remember the TWO most important (and expensive) components of your vehicle is your PAINT and your ENGINE. Most people readily care for an engine and will spend 1000's on it without blinking, however, 85% of people out there simply either do not care for their paint properly, or don't know HOW to do it. This is your chance to learn!

Thanks again.

Juan. J.Rodriguez Owner/Master Detailer JR Mobile Professional Auto Detailing

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I'm interested. Please keep me posted on progress.

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I need an exterior detailing quite bad; would be great to learn and possibly have a pro take care of it.
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Funny how all the guys with black cars are most interested, lol! I think Juan is leaning towards Saturday the 24th. If so, I'm going to try and make it. Anyone else?

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I need an exterior detailing quite bad; would be great to learn and possibly have a pro take care of it.
Same. Keep me posted. Time to get the other toys shined up before the winter!!
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Ok, for those interested so far, does the 24th work for you guys? Juan needs to know pretty quick-like so that he can get the warehouse space. Otherwise it will have to take place somewhere else. I'm in for the 24th!

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I've a swing shift on the 24th. You guys go ahead; I'll do it some other time. Thanks anyway!
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Reviving an older thread here...

Did any of you end up connecting with Juan?

Is he still around?
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He is still around! He did a fantastic job on my car about 8 months ago. Give him a call to schedule an appt. His number is listed in the first message from me.

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