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post #1 of 54 (permalink) Old 11-13-2006, 09:41 AM Thread Starter
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Nick's Custom Detailing....Updated 4-21-2007

100 % Mobile detailing, carpet shampooing, paint polishing, engine cleaning, headlight polishing and full auto detailing, all done in your driveway, your work or at our garage in Grapevine. We are 100% self contained, so we can do all of my services in the middle of a parking lot, and need no electricity or water. We've upgraded a lot of my equiptment in the past few months to ensure you get the best possible service that we can provide including a water filtration system to make sure your car is 100% spot free after we're finished washing. We have never left a customer unsatisfied, we always try and exceed your expectations to make sure you are completely satified when you get into your vehicle. I can provide reference's, and a quick search on this forum will uncover many satisfied customers.


The products I use are 99% Meguiar's Professional Products, and I've attended several Meguiar's training classes over the years to learn how to use their products correctly. So you can be assured that you are leaving your pride and joy in the hands of a professional!


Prices will vary depending on the work you need performed. I prefer to inspect the vehicle before I give any exact quotes for defect(swirl and scratch) removal on paint. I do professional work at a decent price. My specialty is taking a vehicle and resurrecting the paint back to a beautiful finish. I do not try to compete with local car wash prices.

To contact me please leave a PM, email at [email protected] or call 214-205-1287



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Hey Nick!!! He came out and gave me an estimate on my 02 GT which has over spray ALL over it from the body shop. He also tested a spot to show me what the finished look will be!! HE is great and SUPER Nice!!
 
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Good deal, Nick I've heard great things and seen first hand some of your work. I'll be pm-ing you about some work for the z06.
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Awesome! I'd love to take your Z06 to a new level! Just make sure you can give me quite a bit of time with it. Corvette paint takes a lot of time to work. It's pretty hard paint. But it looks absolutely beautiful when it's finished! Especially that blue
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I have a set of polished wheels that need some work. Do you do that type of work?
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Wario, I'm located in Grapevine, but will travel pretty much anywhere in the DFW area.


johnny1999, what kind of work do you need done to them? Can you give me a little detail on what wrong with them? PM me if you would.

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Nick is the real deal! He came and detailed my wifes very neglected Santa Fe and it looks better than it did new! There were a lot of "key" marks on one side of the door and a lot of scratches and swirls that I thought would never come out. He made them all dissappear and it looks amazing. My wheel wells are so clean you could eat off of them (they smell like grape, do they taste like grape?). He is coming back to detail my mustang and I can't wait!

You guys should call nick ASAP before he completely books up! Thanks again nick!
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Thanks for the kind words Matt!
Can't wait to tackle your Mustang! It's going to look amazing when it's all polished up! Your cars are my favorite colors to work on, black and red


P.S. Please don't try and taste your wheel wells
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P.S. Please don't try and taste your wheel wells
lmao, you should add a disclaimer: "Please do not lick vechicle after detailed.''
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(they smell like grape, do they taste like grape?).
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Do you do boats as well? I need my hull washed and waxed.

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Do you do boats as well? I need my hull washed and waxed.

Yep, sure can. But if it's a larger size boat, you may be better off taking it to a detail shop that specializes in boats. I am a one man opperation, and a larger boat will take me a lot of time to do(A LOT!!!). I'm not turning down any work, just letting you know that I work alone, so it's not going to be a quick job.

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I was getting so much business from this board, I decided to go ahead and pay Chris to advertise here on DFWStangs. So, as of today, I am a paying sponsor. I'm more of a worker than an salesman, so bear with me on this...

100 % Mobile detailing, carpet shampooing, paint polishing, engine cleaning and full auto detailing, all done in your driveway or at your work. I've been detailing cars for about 15 years, and have never left a customer unsatisfied.

I don't like to post prices on the internet without seeing the car first and talking with the customer about their expectations but my prices start at about $80 for a basic wash and wax, with a light interior cleaning and go up to about $400-$500 for a full show car detail. Any combination of services can be offered, and the price is negotiated upon inspection of the vehicle. On an average, most cars that I do range between $150-$250(for DFWStangs members) and take about 5-8 hours to complete for a beautiful swirl free finish!

I also work a full time job, so my schedule isn't as flexable as I would like, but I'm always able to make room to get your car finished to exceed your expectations. I will never rush the job to complete it.

The products I use are 99% Meguiar's Products, and I've attended several Meguiar's training classes over the years to learn how to use their products correctly. So you can be assured that you are leaving your pride and joy in the hands of a professional!

I will come out to you to give a quote and provide a test spot on your hood or trunk lid so you can see what kind of results I can provide for you.

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I had Nick buff and wax my black 1994 cobra with swirls from hell,hazy paint being 13yrold and neglected,overspay, and faded and or clearcoat failured roof. he staight made it swirl free, eliminated all the oversray, got rid of the roof flaws and made this car shine like an 8 ball. he went above and beyond my expectations in the final product. I Highly recommend him for any one who wants a real buff and wax job done.
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Yep, sure can. But if it's a larger size boat, you may be better off taking it to a detail shop that specializes in boats. I am a one man opperation, and a larger boat will take me a lot of time to do(A LOT!!!). I'm not turning down any work, just letting you know that I work alone, so it's not going to be a quick job.

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How about sport bikes? I want a solid coat of wax on the R6, but I hate doing that crap. It's a solid black '06 with very few small scratches, and is sticker-free. How much?


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How about sport bikes? I want a solid coat of wax on the R6, but I hate doing that crap. It's a solid black '06 with very few small scratches, and is sticker-free. How much?


That shouldn't be too much at all if your just wanting it waxed. Give me a call and we'll discuss it.

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nice job on the black paint in the picture Im gonna need you 2 do that someday to my car lol

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nice job on the black paint in the picture Im gonna need you 2 do that someday to my car lol

Thanks for the compliment! Whenever your ready just let me know.

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Hey Nick,

While I know you are looking for business, I was wondering if you could help me out. I sprayed my car with a 2 stage paint spray. Base then clear. The base went on awesome, but the clear sucked. I tried reducing it...but every time I got one area nice and "shiny/wet" the areas above it and below it got dull and flat.

Will a cutting pad and a buffer make those "dull areas" of clearcoat come back alive? Thanks




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Hey Nick,

While I know you are looking for business, I was wondering if you could help me out. I sprayed my car with a 2 stage paint spray. Base then clear. The base went on awesome, but the clear sucked. I tried reducing it...but every time I got one area nice and "shiny/wet" the areas above it and below it got dull and flat.

Will a cutting pad and a buffer make those "dull areas" of clearcoat come back alive? Thanks


Give me a call at 214-205-1287

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You sir need to post some new pics of the cars WE have done. :-)
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How much to wash/wax a 07 supercrew(4 door) f-150 dark shadow grey

Its only got 3500 miles on it.

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How much to wash/wax a 07 supercrew(4 door) f-150 dark shadow grey

Its only got 3500 miles on it.

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Can you PM me a rough estimate?

I have an 04 Cobra Screaming Yellow that has 3 month old paint on it at most. I use SSR1 on a PC with a polish pad --> Red Moose Glaze --> red natty's..

It's in great shape with very minor swirling.. but damn, that yellow car you posted in the other thread blew me away. How much would it be to put that serious shine on a car with already great condition paint?

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Can you PM me a rough estimate?

I have an 04 Cobra Screaming Yellow that has 3 month old paint on it at most. I use SSR1 on a PC with a polish pad --> Red Moose Glaze --> red natty's..

It's in great shape with very minor swirling.. but damn, that yellow car you posted in the other thread blew me away. How much would it be to put that serious shine on a car with already great condition paint?

You have a PM.

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I had Nick over today to do my two vehicles and he did a great job. I highly recommend his work to anyone. In fact, I will be sending a couple friends his way in the near future.
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he would have been done faster had i heard my phone when he caled.
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Nick, had a friend whos car got tagged by some punks. is it possible to get the grafitti off with out damaging the rest of the paint? i sent them a link to this thread, so they may be calling you.

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Nick, had a friend whos car got tagged by some punks. is it possible to get the grafitti off with out damaging the rest of the paint? i sent them a link to this thread, so they may be calling you.


Depends on a lot of factors. Might possibly be able to get it all off. Have him call me and we'll check it out.

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Need a ballpark on an expedition white just some scuffed up places near door handle and gas cap area taken care of and detail it.

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Need a ballpark on an expedition white just some scuffed up places near door handle and gas cap area taken care of and detail it.


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Can you do anything for paint that is oxidized? How would you feel about comin on out and showing me what you could do? The car is located on mansfield hwy

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Can you do anything for paint that is oxidized? How would you feel about comin on out and showing me what you could do? The car is located on mansfield hwy


On the HWY?


Yeah, I can come out there. PM me with your contact info and we'll get something set up.

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I thought it was time to revisit this page, revise and add some information.

100 % Mobile detailing, carpet shampooing, paint polishing, engine cleaning, headlight polishing and full auto detailing, all done in your driveway, your work or at my garage in Grapevine. I am 100% self contained, so I can do all of my services in the middle of a parking lot, and need no electricity or water. I've upgraded a lot of my equiptment in the past few months to ensure you get the best possible service that I can provide including a water filtration system to make sure your car is 100% spot free after I'm finished washing. We have never left a customer unsatisfied, I always try and exceed your expectations to make sure you are completely satified when you get into your vehicle. I can provide reference's, and a quick search on this forum will uncover many satisfied customers.

I also work a full time job, so my schedule isn't as flexable as I would like, but I'm always able to make room to get your car finished to exceed your expectations. I will never rush the job to complete it.

The products I use are 99% Meguiar's Professional Products, and I've attended several Meguiar's training classes over the years to learn how to use their products correctly. So you can be assured that you are leaving your pride and joy in the hands of a professional!


Prices range from $30 for a basic wash up to $600 for a full show car detail. I prefer to inspect the vehicle before I give any exact quotes for defect(swirl and scratch) removal on paint. I do professional work at a decent price. My specialty is taking a vehicle and resurrecting the paint back to a beautiful finish. I do not try to compete with local car wash prices.

To contact me please leave a PM, email at [email protected] or call 214-205-1287


Here's a small portfolio of my work....




From this...


To this...


Before...


After...


And here is a good half and half shot...Right side is before and the left side is after...

man....do i have a challenge for you......mine actually looks worse than that on my 88 IROC
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man....do i have a challenge for you......mine actually looks worse than that on my 88 IROC
I like a challenge

Give me a call and we'll discuss it.
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What a great guy to talk with! He gave me great advice and tips that I never would have come up with. He even did a test spot to show me what it will look like. Go to him for ALL of your detailing needs.
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What a great guy to talk with! He gave me great advice and tips that I never would have come up with. He even did a test spot to show me what it will look like. Go to him for ALL of your detailing needs.

Glad I could help. Post up some pictures BEFORE and after!

Give me a call if you need some help.


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Is there anything that can be done for oxidation, I'm certain a good bit of it is permanent but I was curious if there was anything you could do that could clean it up.

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Is there anything that can be done for oxidation, I'm certain a good bit of it is permanent but I was curious if there was anything you could do that could clean it up.
Absolutely. Lets meet up sometime soon, and we can go over your car together, and see what we can do with it.

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Ah, It will be a while, I travel a LOT. Would probably be next month before I could try and schedule something with you.

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Ah, It will be a while, I travel a LOT. Would probably be next month before I could try and schedule something with you.


Next month will be a little late. January 21st I go in for back surgery, and won't be working again until March sometime.
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Nick thanks for the great interior work you did for me....I look forward to you doing my other vehicles after your surgery!!! Thank You!!!

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