How To Care For Those Newly Reconditioned Wheels
This will prove to be the best information about what your customer should do upon getting their newly conditioned wheels. You can add it as a page to your website and/or hand it out in pamphlet style which I think will be too cost prohibitive, at least at the beginning of your business. The idea here is to get you up and running with very little output of monies and still appear as if you have been doing this forever. Remember, first impressions are everything.
So here is the information that you need to pass on to your customer’s:
Your customer must treat the freshly reconditioned wheels with care, especially as it applies to the first 24 hours. They will be dry to the touch, but you should not rub them and should especially not rub them against a curb.
Light rain or brief wetness should not damage your wheels; however, a great deal of rain, a strong spray or prolonged immersion can damage the clearcoat.
Your clearcoat will be completely cured in about four weeks. Once you have made it to the four weeks you will need to provide regular maintenance in order to maintain the decorative appearance over a long period of time. As with anything worth having, you have to give it that special attention. Which in most cases, your customer will not mind at all after they see what you did to their wheels. They will be as excited as if they were getting a Christmas present. Caring for them is low maintenance and worth the extra effort.
What you have done for your customer’s, even though they had to pay for it, will be received in such a thankful way. So now you will have to follow me to the next post as it will hold the final instructions to share with your customers. Don’t forget, if you have not signed up for this class then you need to go online to “Learn Dent Repair”and request the free catalog. This is the one that has the really big picture of what you will get in your kit.