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Gilbert Mobile Auto Detail

240 East Williams Field Road, Gilbert, AZ 85295
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Business Description

Gilbert Mobile Auto Detail has been providing car detailing services to clients in the Gilbert community for over 14 years. It works to help clients remove debris, dirt, dust, and other pollutants from cars that have been exposed to traffic and long drives. Generally, it restores the appearance of each vehicle it handles. Its scope of services also includes interior car detailing, interior car cleaning, and paint correction. Additionally, Gilbert Mobile Auto Detail services trucks and engines.

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Frequently Asked Questions

How much do car detailers make?

On average, car detailers make about $14 per hour or $29,400 per year. This figure can be higher or lower for detailers who work for themselves. Earnings vary by company, location, and employee experience. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the top-paying states for this profession are the District of Columbia, North Dakota, and New York.

How does someone get into detailing cars?

There's no degree required to get a job detailing cars, but ideally, you should have a high school diploma and some basic experience with automotive maintenance. Taking auto shop classes, either in high school or at the community college level, may also help you land a job. Starting your own car detailing business is more complex. You'll need to buy your own equipment, have liability insurance, and pay for tool maintenance, among other expenses.

How often should you detail your car?

If you can keep the car maintained and it doesn't get dirty often, detailing it once or twice per year is usually enough. Many car enthusiasts get a detail done every four to six months, so their vehicle can look new all year long.

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