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Best Car Detailing Shops in Tulsa, OK

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Our goal is to connect people with the best local professionals. We scored Tulsa Car Detailing Shops on more than 25 variables across five categories, and analyzed the results to give you a hand-picked list of the best.



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3701 South Harvard Avenue, Tulsa, OK 74135 Rating

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4.1 (25)
4.0 (23)
5.0 (1)

Why choose this provider?

Finishing Touch, Inc., is a car detailing shop that serves clients in the city of Tulsa and its surrounding areas. The business handles interior, exterior, and full car detailing services. The shop, which has been operating for more than 11 years, also offers truck washing solutions. For convenience, the Finishing Touch team is able to perform its services in its clients' properties, carrying a range of industry-standard equipment, waxes, and soap in its mobile vehicles.

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6820 East 41st Street, Tulsa, OK 74145 Rating

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4.5 (60)
4.5 (49)
2.0 (1)

Why choose this provider?

Executive Auto Detailing has been providing car washing and car detailing services to clients in Tulsa since it was established in 2006. Its services include ceramic coating applications aimed at protecting vehicles from UV damage and repelling dirt and mud. The business also applies paint protection film to side-view mirrors, headlights, door handles, and bumpers. Chris Williams, the owner of Executive Auto Detailing, has more than 20 years of experience in the detailing industry and was previously the owner of a transportation company.

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5901 South 107th East Avenue, Tulsa, OK 74146 Rating

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5.0 (88)
5.0 (81)
5.0 (5)

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Red Beard’s Detail Shop is an auto detailing company that caters to clients in Tulsa and other surrounding areas. It specializes in exterior car detailing, interior car detailing, and window tinting which includes removal of tar, clean door jambs, and conditioned leather. In addition, it offers engine cleaning, rims cleaning, stain removal, insect removal, and headlight restorations. The company has been providing its services since 2017 and is the only Air Force One detailer in Oklahoma.

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6465 South Yale Avenue, Tulsa, OK 74136 Rating

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5.0 (7)

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Marcus James Auto Detail operates in and around the Tulsa area. Its staff handles both interior and exterior car detailing, from full car washes and ceramic coat application to steam cleaning and paint enhancement. The company offers monthly and bi-monthly maintenance plans. Owner Marcus James worked at Jackie Cooper Imports before being approached by a local organization to provide detailing services to its staff. Now, he runs an auto detailing company that supports organizations such as the American Parkinson Disease Association.

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Compare our Top Car Detailing Shops

NameExpertise RatingAddressPromotionsLearn more
Finishing Touch Inc
3701 South Harvard Avenue, Tulsa, OK 74135
Executive Auto Detailing
6820 East 41st Street, Tulsa, OK 74145
Red Beard's Detail Shop
5901 South 107th East Avenue, Tulsa, OK 74146
Marcus James
6465 South Yale Avenue, Tulsa, OK 74136


  • Introduction

    Most car owners know the importance of regular oil changes, tire rotations, and other routine maintenance. When it comes to a car's physical appearance, however, many people think that a quick washing is all their vehicle needs. Although modern cars are built to resist road grime and harsh weather conditions, these things can take a toll on your vehicle's looks over time. In some cases, foul odors and mold can develop inside a car, which can lead to an unpleasant ride or even make you sick.

    If your vehicle has seen better days, running it through a car wash may not be enough. Auto detailing can remove cosmetic flaws, protect against body damage, and make your vehicle look new again.
  • What does detailing a car mean?

    Car detailing is a professional service that goes beyond a basic wash, wax, and polish. A full detail cleans a vehicle both inside and out, including beneath the seats, wheel wells, and other areas that often get overlooked. It can also remove scratches, stains, and odors as well as protect the car from future wear and tear.

  • Should I get my car detailed before trading it in?

    A car that looks its best will be more attractive to a dealer than a dirty one. If your car is covered in filth, has stained seats, or smells bad on the inside, consider getting it detailed before you trade it in. Your detailed car will make a good first impression, which can raise the chances of getting a better trade offer.

  • Should I detail my car?

    While many people think an occasional car wash is all they need, that's actually not the case. Detailing not only makes your vehicle look beautiful, but it also protects its paint and other surfaces from scratches and stains. This damage can reduce the life of your car and add up to costly repairs.

  • How long does a detail last?

    This depends on several factors, including how often you drive the vehicle, road conditions, and the climate in which it's driven. A detail will last much longer for cars parked inside a garage instead of on the street where it's exposed to the elements. Generally, you should expect a detail to last for at least a few months.

  • Who details cars?

    Car detailing is typically done by a specialty shop, which can be independently run or part of a larger business. Car detail shops are not the same as car washes, which often use a mechanical washing process that cleans the outside of the vehicle only. Detailers use professional products and equipment, and all of their work is done by hand.

  • Do dealerships detail cars?

    Many dealerships have a detailing department, but automotive experts generally don't recommend using their services. Dealerships tend to charge more for detailing than an independent shop. They can also have dirty or outdated equipment that may do your car more harm than good.