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My S3 done by Paul Daulton

Discussion in 'Detailing' started by siu00adg, Sep 24, 2007.

  1. siu00adg
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    Top quality job and finish (as always from Paul) but £500 for 6-7 hours work on a new car preparation detail? Blimey, I'd forgotten just how much pricier it is living in the south of England! :)
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    Heh, and people round here think you and Clark are expensive. Puts it into perspective when I think of what you guys did to the RS4 and the comparative cost.

    Top jop! Nice car (and a great choice of colour/seats ;))
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    Totally agree and commented on the original thread.

    Like Chris' S3 and RS4, it's an awesome colour and the finish is absolutely dripping.:icon_thumright:
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    Was that including machine polishing??

    What some people forget is that the dealers charge £300- £350 now to apply the lifeshine, supaguard type products and only budget about 2hrs for each car... and seeing some of the work they churn out its £350 down the drain!!

    Getting a pro detailer like Paul, Clark ... or dare i say myself at a similar (if not maybe slightly higher cost... or alot higher if is Paul Dalton) is a much better use of your money and better for your car in the long run!
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