Operators of mobile detail units need to be ready to work on a wide variety of vehicles each day. Once you start driving your van, you are on your own. Your van should have everything you need to get in, get done quickly, and then get out, all without ever having leave the jobsite. You’ll need to carry a lot of things around with you, items that you can use throughout the day. You can quickly spend a lot of time looking for the right paint or the right type of sandpaper. Sometimes, the extra time required to find the right paint or sanding paper can add up to more work that could be done in one day.
An organized organization will always result in fewer jobs and more jobs per hour. When it comes to maintaining a van in top condition, a mobile reconditioner might have mild obsessive compulsive disorders. An organized car detailer is professional. They can be in and out quickly of their van with the tools they need, as well as the next tool. Hyper-organized can be fun and help you get more detail done every day than ever before. Here are some tips to help you keep your tools organized.
The van’s interior should be more than the driver’s chair. Your tool boxes and shelves must be arranged so that they can accommodate your unique reconditioning methods. Your frequency of use should be considered when organizing shelves and tool boxes. Do your best to find the best arrangement. Don’t change it. As you get more experience, you will be able to see what equipment is needed at each stage. The hard-hitting dirt beating techniques – the removal of all buildup using high-pressure water – are the first step for most mobile reconditoners. You can start by giving your car an exterior wash. This step is very simple. You should be able, in theory, to crawl into the van’s back blindfolded to find what you need.
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