Devil in the Detail LLC

at 815 S. Second, Dodge City, 67801 United States

Mobile Detailing Service


Devil in the Detail LLC
815 S. Second
Dodge City , KS 67801
United States
Contact Phone
P: (620) 339-6895
Website
http://detaildodgecity.com

Description

Dodge City's premier mobile detailing service. Certified by Auto Detailing Success Auto & Aircraft Detailing in: The Introduction to Advanced Auto Detailing and Professional Coatings Course The Headlight Restoration Technician Course The Detailing Business Certification Course. Member of the Detailer's Network, the only private network of professional detailers in the country. United States Army Veteran Owned/Operated

Opening time

  • Mondays: 08:00- 12:00, 13:00- 18:00
  • Tuesdays: 08:00- 12:00, 13:00- 18:00
  • Wednesdays: 08:00- 12:00, 13:00- 18:00
  • Thursdays: 08:00- 12:00, 13:00- 18:00
  • Fridays: 08:00- 12:00, 13:00- 18:00
  • Saturdays: 08:00- 12:00, 13:00- 18:00

Specialities

Price category
$$$ (30-50)

Company Rating

53 Facebook users were in Devil in the Detail LLC. It's a 7 position in Popularity Rating for companies in Automotive category in Dodge City, United States

967 FB users likes Devil in the Detail LLC, set it to 2 position in Likes Rating for Dodge City, United States in Automotive category

CAR STEERING WHEELS NINE TIMES DIRTIER THAN TOILETS A car’s steering wheel is nine times dirtier than a public toilet seat, according to new study from the UK. Researchers from Queen Mary University in London found that, on average, 700 BACTERIA LIVE ON EACH SQUARE INCH OF A STEERING WHEEL, WHILE THE SAME AREA OF THE AVERAGE TOILET SEAT IS HOME TO JUST 80 BACTERIA. Director of biomedical science at Queen Mary University, Dr Ron Cutler, said one of the most common bugs found in car cabins was bacillus cereus, which is found in rice, pasta and potatoes and can cause food poisoning. “While most of the bacteria were unlikely to cause health problems, some cars were found to play host to a number of potentially harmful bacterial species,” Dr Cutler told the Daily Mail. “Most people clean their homes but many are neglecting to clean their cars and are driving around in vehicles which resemble a rubbish bin.” The research revealed that: 42 PERCENT OF MOTORISTS REGULARLY ATE INSIDE THEIR CARS, YET ONLY ONE THIRD CLEANED THE INTERIOR AT LEAST ONCE A YEAR. TEN PERCENT OF UK DRIVERS ADMITTED TO NEVER CLEANING THE INTERIOR OF THEIR CAR. The study found the dirtiest area of the car was the boot, with 1000 bacteria in every one and a half square inches of boot lining. “A car is the perfect place for germs to breed, especially if you eat in it and leave litter or uneaten food around,” Dr Cutler said. Dr Cutler’s advice was simple: “To avoid potential health risks it would be wise to regularly clean your car inside and out.” http://www.caradvice.com.au/116618/car-steering-wheels-nine-times-dirtier-than-toilets-study/ These vehicles, as I have said before, are precious cargo transporters. The beautiful little humans that we haul in the back seat deserve to be transported in a safe, clean environment. We don't let them enjoy their favorite snack in the restroom, but more often than not they have had full meals in between "are we there yets." The other precious cargo is YOU. The driver. You are precious to those tiny monsters, that you take on road trips in your car. YOU are precious to your family, whom you drive to visit. YOU are precious to the job that you drive back and forth on a daily basis. This goes beyond having stains removed and restoring the aesthetics to your car, its about having a CLEAN, SANITARY environment. -Jose Del Real Devil in the Detail LLC 620.408.4950

Published on 2014-09-19 00:52:41 GMT

During my time in the United States Army I learned many valuable lessons that I apply to my daily life as well as my profession. Escalation of Force is, well..just that. Its a step by step process to eliminating your greatest threat at any given time. I served as a gunner/driver providing security for logistical patrols, or supply runs. Now if vehicle is approaching at a high rate of speed my first reaction would not, even though I would have thoroughly enjoyed, be to unload 200 rounds from a .50 caliber mounted machine. At 300 feet, I would simply wave my hands signaling the driver to slow down. This worked the majority of the times. If the vehicle were to continue forth I would wave, not point, the lowest caliber weapon I had available. For me being an M-4, he continues I point my M-4 directly at the driver and if he still continues I would fire a warning shot to the left or to the right of the vehicle keeping in mind the surrounding so as to ensure the ricochet didn't impact any noncombatants or infrastructure. And, IF at that point the driver still does not stop then you escalate to the next caliber weapon, that being my beautiful Browning M2 .50 caliber machine gun. I would point under the bumper and start shooting, walking it up to the engine block and ultimately the driver. Now, what does this have to do with detailing? Well, I'm not gonna pull out my steamer, DA brushes and dump the harshest chemical in my arsenal, on to a stain that could be removed with some mild APC (all purpose cleaner) and a MF (microfiber) towel. Escalation of Force. Thank you -Jose Del Real Devil in the Detail LLC

Published on 2014-09-09 18:14:45 GMT

"In an effort to help standardize terms used in the detailing industry, now that CQuartz and Opti-Coat 2.0 are mainstream, there are three general categories in the "Protection" category Waxes Paint Sealants Coatings Waxes Generally defined as any product that contains a natural or synthetic waxy ingredients that are intended to protect the paint and/or add beauty to the paint. These types traditional waxes will wear off under normal wear-n-tear, repeated washings and exposure to the environment. Paint Sealants Generally defined as any protection product that contains man-made or synthetic ingredients that are intended to protect the paint and/or add beauty to the paint. These traditional sealants will wear off under normal wear-n-tear, repeated washings and exposure to the environment. Coatings Generally defined as any paint protection product that contains man-made or synthetic protection ingredients that are intended to permanently bond to the paint to both provide a barrier-coating of protection as well as create a clear, high gloss finish. The products available in this category are considered permanent coatings because like your car's paint, they cannot be removed unless you purposefully remove them or you purposefully neglect them. Definition of permanent in the context of sealing paint This is kind of tricky just because the nature of discussion forums is for some personality types to read super literal into each and every single word, in this case the word permanent. In the context that we refer to coating as permanent it means that once the coating is properly applied and allowed to cure and set-up, it will not come off under normal circumstances or via normal wear-n-tear such as careful washing. So in this context, a coating is permanent in the same manner your car's paint is permanent. The paint on your car is not going to come off unless you abrade it, chemically dissolve it or in some other mechanical means, purposefully remove it. In this same way, legitimate paint coatings are not going to come off unless you abrade it, chemically dissolve it or on some other mechanical means, purposefully remove it. Traditional car waxes and paint sealants will wear off under normal use circumstances or via normal wear-n-tear such as careful washing. So in the context of and in comparison with traditional car waxes and paint sealants, paint coatings are permanent." Mike Philips, Autogeek.net Some literature to better educate You, the consumer. Have a blessed week and happy detailing! -Jose Del Real Devil in the Detail LLC

Published on 2014-09-08 15:01:55 GMT

A revised price list. Call/text to make your appointment. 620-408-4950 -Jose Del Real

Published on 2014-09-03 21:53:26 GMT

Take 10% off your total purchase!

Published on 2015-02-09 18:52:36 GMT

What you may not know about Devil in the Detail LLC is I received one on one training in the art of automotive reconditioning from one of the world renowned leaders. He is Renny Doyle of Detailing Success Auto & Aircraft Detailing in Big Bear Lake, California. I use nothing but the latest techniques and products which are constantly changing in the world of paint correction. As a member of the Detail Mafia and Detailer's Network, we have an exclusive organization with true professionals in the detailing industry from all over the country. This includes: The Detail Boss of Arizona to Dirty Harry's Detailing of New Jersey, as well as, Royal Detailof California, just to name a few. These professionals are a phone call away to assist me in tackling any problems that may present itself. This helps me to give you the "BEST" experience in auto detailing. Contact Devil in the Detail to schedule your next appointment! Jose Del Real 620-408-4950 devilinthedetail@detaildodgecity.com detaildodgecity.com

Published on 2015-01-23 23:28:41 GMT

Devil in the Detail Open Garage. This Saturday August 29th. If we can get ten people to reserve a spot we will go forth as planned. Again, this is to get to you the customer as well as educating on the basics of car washing/detailing. There may or may not be a small giveaway...but don't say I said anything😉 If you'd like to reserve your spot. Message Devil in the Detail with the number of parties attending. Thank you.

Published on 2015-08-24 20:12:36 GMT

New revised price list for Devil in the Detail. Now accepting debit/credit cards. #DevilintheDetail #DITD #DetailMafia #DetailersNetwork #DetailDodgeCity #DotCom

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