your number one car valeting specialist - mobile - 7 days a week
if you recently had your car valeted by us, why not have the same car valeted again? our regular service will help to maintain the condition, look and value of your car and of course makes you feel better, oh and sends a good image. if you have a clean, well presented and tidy car then, you just may be the person your client wants to do business with.
it is a proven fact that a well maintained and good condition vehicle is worth more when it comes to a re-sale compared to a similar non maintained car. our services are designed to ensure that your car always looks its best. using autoglym’s fine products and our expertly autoglym trained staff, we will maintain your car to the highest standards. our enhanced regulars specification, at no extra cost means your call always looks stunning.
in order for you to receive the regular price the same car must be valeted by us at least once every four to five weeks. as well as your discount you will also receive our enhanced exclusive regular package, which includes the cleaning of the wheel arches each time the car is cleaned, the backs of the wheels (where possible) and the removal of small marks inside or outside of the car (there are of course exceptions, ask for details). all our regular clients are contacted by e- mail just to make sure your car is maintained to the standards you want and with the easy payment methods we operate, the drama is taken out of booking your car. all you need to do is email us with your preferred day/time and if available, we will process the order for you. it's that simple!
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