**pics in posts 14, 16, 33, 36, 52, 62, 68, 74, 75, 76, 77, 86, 96, 101, 109, 112.** I've detailed a several dozens of member's cars over the years, and I'm sure they'd be happy to give you their honest opinion of my work. Please feel free to post questions in this thread. I've worked on everything from BMWs and Porsches to Denalis and Jeeps. I have hundreds of hours of experience correcting Subaru paint including my own vehicles past and present (black wrx, urban grey sti, black lgt, silver rs). I can give a base line for what a typical 4-door sedan would cost and will assess each car before settling on a reasonable and fair price with you. I will not take on any work that I'm incapable of doing or uncomfortable with. I stand by my work 100% and am happy to discuss my process before, during, and after my time with your car. I have a variety of products and tools that I use and have listed a few of them below. I'm always on the lookout for new tools and products and always stick to what I've found works best for the situation. I don't use anything that I haven't tested on one of my vehicles first. That said, here's a break-down of services provided, products used, and starting prices for "basic" details (a well maintained surface that needs minor prep). Prices vary widely for anything beyond a basic detail, so please pm me so we can set expectations while keeping the time and cost reasonable for both of us. Discounts for returning clients. Interior ("basic" details starting at $60 for a GD sedan or similarly sized car, $70+ for wagons and 08+) Services: 1) Carpet vacuum 2) Carpet shampoo 3) trim, panel, and crevice cleaning and protection 4) seat cleaning and protection (leather, alcantara, cloth, etc... all ok) 5) glass cleaning Products I use: 303 cleaner and spot remover griots interior cleaner ultima interior shampoo gel four star leather cleaner and conditioner lexol leather cleaner and conditioner leatherique prestine clean stoner's glass cleaner sonus glass polish meguiar's plastic polish 303 fabric protectant 303 aerospace protectant bissel steam cleaner wet/dry shop vac Exterior ("basic" details starting at $70 for a GD sedan or similarly sized car, $80+ for wagons and 08+) Services: 1) Wash 2) Clay bar/decon and surface prep 3) Polish/surface prep (paint correction at additional cost) 4) Sealant and/or wax 5) trim clean and protection 6) wheel (face) clean and wax/tire clean and protection 7) Glass and headlight polish, clean, and protection I can also detail underbody and wheel wells by request. Some products I use: Sonus gloss shampoo Autoglym bodywork shampoo Meguiar's mirror glaze shampoo claymagic detailing clay sonus clay (fine and course) mother's cali gold clay menzerna power gloss compound sonus sfx-1 polish sonus sfx-2 polish sonus sfx-3 polish Klasse aio polish and cleaner four star scratch and swirl remover various meguiar's and 3m polishing compounds Klasse sealant glaze Sonus paint sealant p21s carnauba wax optimum opti-seal Ultima ultimate paint protection I use a Porter Cable 7424 random orbital polisher with a variety of UDM DAS, CCS, and sonus sfx pads. It's an idiot proof system. I also use a Makita rotary as needed. sonus total eclipse sonus rubber and trim protectant sonus glass and chrome polish sonus plastic polish meguiar's plastic-x p21s wheel cleaner optimum opti-bond tire gel Engine bay ($50+ depending on size of car, condition of car, and what you want done) Services: 1) clean 2) polish 3) protect Some products I use: Autoglym engine cleaner p21s total auto wash degreaser Griots engine cleaner sonus chrome polish sonus aluminum polish eagle-1 chrome polish sonus motor Kote 303 aerospace protectant Availability Weekends Weekdays after 5pm How long will this take? Exteriors take anywhere between 3-6 hours for a "basic" detail on a well maintained car. Paint needing correction typically take 8+ hours. Interiors typically take 2-4 hours for a "basic" detail on a well maintained car. Leather restoration and scratch removal typically takes 6+ hours. Subaru engine bay typically takes 1-2 hours (not including cool-down).