Joined 13 months ago from Boston, Ma
My name is Nicolas Pazo, and I own a mobile detailing business out of Massachusetts. North Shore Details was started in 2018 but I have been in the industry for over a decade. I specialize in auto and boat detailing specifically but I work on airplanes, RV's, and motorcycles as well. I have a degree in Legal Studies from the University of Central Florida (GO KNIGHTS) and now work on paint corrections on cars. Talk about a curve ball. I enjoy writing about things that I know about so that I can educate the next person and pay it forward. My content is about the auto and boat detailing industry. You will find stories of my experiences, educational articles, how to's, and I will break down what works and what doesnt. Enjoy the content and stay posted for new content!
12 months ago
Car detailing is very different from car washing. I explain what a car detail should include, why you should get your vehicle detailed and when, and how much it should roughly cost.
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