Friday 4 July 2014

Selling Your Car? Get 5% More Money With These 3 Easy Detailing Tips!

We all know that the spring time is the best time to sell your car. And if you didn't know that, you do now, BONUS!

I'm going to share with you three super-easy detailing tricks I used to get AT LEAST 5% more for my car than the next guy's.

You see, in a previous life I sold used cars (hold the jokes!), and let me tell you, it is a very tough business. My days were filled with customers coming in one after another beating me down on price to get the best deal. And no matter what I said, no matter how great our reputation, it was hard to differentiate myself from the other dealers.

And then one day, instead of trying to make MYSELF different from all of the other dealers, I spent about fifteen minutes making my car look different. And by different, I mean BETTER! It didn't take much effort to make my car look 100x better than everyone else's cars, and in turn I started selling more cars AND making more money on each car.

Now I know you're only selling one car, not an entire lot! But I also know that you want to get as much money as possible for your car and not have to keep reducing your price week after week on Craigslist.

Here is what you do:

Step 1: How to get DEEP, WET PAINT without waxing.

Use a spray glaze for a quick and easy shine on paint, glass, chrome, or polished aluminum. All you need to do is put a little bit of product on a foam applicator pad and wipe it on as if you were waxing the car. Leave it on for a few moments and then buff away the residue using a soft microfiber towel. You'll not only fill in some minor imperfections in your paint, you'll also be left with a deep, wet look in minutes!

Step 2: Make it POP! Under the hood.

Every car buyer, and I mean EVERY car buyer, looks under the hood of a car they are checking out. Nine times out of ten they have no idea what they are looking at, but they will notice clean, deep black trim. To quickly brighten up the black plastic and rubber underneath the hood, use a non-greasy fast drying trim spray by simply shaking the can and spraying all of the area's you want to POP!

Step 3: Get your Tires dressed for success.

I'm sure there is a vast psychological study behind it, but all I know is people love the richness of properly dressed tires. Again, you'll want to use a non-greasy (preferably water-based) fast drying tire dressing and simply wipe the product around the outside edge of the tire. Get some excess on the wheel? No problem, wipe that up with a quick hit of detail spray and a towel and you'll be good to go.

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