At Executive Valeting I treat customer's cars as though they were my own, by this I mean that your property is treated with upmost respect and attention to detail come's as second nature.
I have had around 30 years experience in cleaning all manor of vehicles, from small hatchbacks, to luton vans & mini-buses, through to 80 seater luxury touring coaches. One of my first jobs was at a motor dealer in the 1980's as a "driver/cleaner" for a car hire company - preparing cars for hire & delivering to customers. There have been many driving jobs in between including working for a local very respectable coach company where the cleaning of large coaches was performed, also driving them on commuter services, local & long distance tours was part of the job too.
I take serious pride in my own vehicles which are taken to MG events and are sometimes entered into concours competitions where only very high standards of appearance are excepted, I started showing my cars in the 1990's, but since early 2004 I have taken a much more serious approach to entering these contests and have won several trophy's for concors de'elegance/masters class/pride of ownership contests. I am so fastidious with the appearance of my own vehicles that virtually every time I go out they have to be cleaned, even if it is just wiping off the overnight dust as I really do hate driving in a dirty vehicle.
The trophy's were won when entered into shows during the show seasons of 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009 2010 & 2011.
The original vehicle used for valeting, which is an MG ZR-Express (van), has won Best post 2000 MG at an event in the Summer of 2006, 2007 & 2009 and has also been featured in "MG Enthusiast" magazine in February of 2006. As of November 2009 this vehicle will only be brought out on dry days and for shows - this is to preserve it for the future. The Freelander is now the main vehicle.
I like to think the pride I take in my own vehicles can be passed onto the customers cars and upon any valeting services I carry out, I clean the areas you can't see as well as the areas you can see, this is where some valeters tend to forget and or cut costs.
I do not beleive it is worth cleaning something unless you clean it properly.
services I offer are not "cheap and cheerfull" and so
cannot be compared with most of the drive in-type valeting sevices,
which are usually a fair bit cheaper or the local car park hand
washes for which the majority will use substances such as "Truck
wash" to wash your car, which is fine for removing all the dirt
& will make your car look shiny but it will also strip-off all
the polish on your car & if you have paid out for a warranted
protection package then you are technically washing your money down
I attended the Autoglym training course in July 2001 at their head office in Letchworth, Hertfordshire. This is a highly recognized R.I.T.B certificate of training (5 A Grades were achieved).
I also have a certificate to certify myself as an approved applicator for "Jewelultra Diamondbrite" which is very rare for a mobile valeting service.
The certificate's maybe viewed upon request.
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