In this series, I highlight the businesses I like to refer to my friends, family, home buyers and sellers in the Pierce County area. This month I’m talking all things auto detailing with Mark Klein, Thin Blue Line Car Detail.
Community Recommendation Series: Mark Klein, Thin Blue Line Car Detail
Mark Klein was a past client of mine and we got to talking about what he’s passionate about. He is a local law enforcement officer and local car detailer. He was born and raised in the state of Washington but new to Yelm as of June of 2017. He has always enjoyed detailing vehicles since he was a kid and decided in January of 2018 to explore the options of pursuing a business out of it. His wife completes his team and helps him with the details and is very large part of the success thus far.
He can do anything in the car detail world from interior vacuuming, hot water extracting, mold clean up, stain clean up, odor elimination, etc. Exterior washing, waxing, clay bar treatments, polishing/paint corrections, sealant, headlight restoration. He uses only premium products on his details such as Chemical Guys, CarPro, Griots, Adams, etc. He will treat your vehicle the same as he would treat his own and his number one goal is to make you love your car again as if you just pulled it off the lot.
As a client, he was extremely easy to work with. I’d say he was one of my easiest clients because he was prepared with what he wanted and the paperwork organized from the beginning.
Thin Blue Lin Car Detail was recently awarded the best auto detailer by the readers of the Nisqually Valley News. Congrats to Mark and his team! If you need your car detailed, consider visiting my friend Mark Klein with Thin Blue Line Car Detail!
Visit his Facebook Business Page to get your car detailed: https://www.facebook.com/thinbluelinecardetail/
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