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    Talking

    Sorry it took so long for me to post a comment.
    The class was great. I thought I knew how to detail cars pretty well but, after seeing the demonstration I was in awe! Detailing cars is one of my many passions with cars and, being able to attend a class like that was a very exciting expierence for me. I always seen the posts for classes in California and thought to myself, "Man it would be awesome if a class came over here." Thanks to all that put it together and thanks to Meguiar's for giving us the opportunity to attend.

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    Thumbs up baltimore detailing class

    This was a great class, i learned alot more that i thought i was going to learn. It was amazing the vast knowledge that the instructor had. i was very very pleased. But you gotta have "Detailing 101" part 2 that goes over interior cleaning more in dept. But overall the class was priceless.

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    This class was Great and Mike was outstanding. I learned a ton of stuff on detailing can't wait to try them out. Thanks again to Mequiars , Mike and fire house for a Great class. Gary

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    The class was GREAT! I definitaly learned a lot! Now I just need to invest in a PC and some pads.

    EDIT: does anyone have a link to the website where it has the form/questionaire thing to rate the class?? I can't seem to find it.

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    Originally posted by Steve02SLT

    EDIT: does anyone have a link to the website where it has the form/questionnaire thing to rate the class?? I can't seem to find it.
    Hi Steve,

    There is no form or questionnaire on the Internet or on this forum, it's basically just your feedback and if you have any photos, then you post them to this thread.
    Mike Phillips
    Office: 800-869-3011 x206
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    "Find something you like and use it often"

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    When a person loves what they do it is a win win situation for all parties concerned. Mike you you def. love what you do and it shows. The biggest benifit for me was to see the entire showcase all at one time. I believe many of us stand before the shelves at our local auto supply store trying to make up our minds what's best for us. The down-side to that is that most stores carry a little bit of a lot of different brands. To see Meguiars
    all at one time and to have each one explained and demonstrated was extremely helpful amd will cut down my gazing time at the auto supply store.

    Mike you are an exceptional missionary for Meguiars and I wish you all the best! Jeff Nutter

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    Where do you start on what everyone learned from Mike Phillips on Friday and Saturday, the only thing that comes to mind is "AWESOME".

    Meguiar's you have a great instructor and public relations representative all rolled into one. His knowledge of vehicle paint, product line, product usage, application techniques, people skills, and a walking encyclopedia of information for the consumer all the way to the pro detailer. A lot of questions were asked and he was able to answer everyone of them in a manner that made you feel that you were a VIP client of Meguiars. I have been a user of Meguiar's products for years (Consumer, Detailer, and Professional Products) and thought I knew a good amount of information but I learned new things each day.

    As one of the forum members that pushed for the classes to come to Maryland, Mike was of course our main contact. I know I had to call him on numerous occasions and he was always ready to help guide us to get the classes going and having everything ready for him. Mike flew in on Thursday morning and he was constantly on the go the whole time here, I know I was very tired over the three days I was with him so Mike you really must be dragging.

    I know some of the people who attended the classes have spoken up already but I would like to give a big "THANK YOU" to Mike Phillips and Meguiar's for coming here to Maryland to teach the classes. I would also like to thank Mike Lambert at The Shine Shop, Dave Johnston at the Northpoint-Edgemere Volunteer Fire Company for the use of their facilities, Jeff Smith for being the original driving force and last but not least all the people who signed up for the classes as you were great students. The classes went very smooth because of you.

    I hope everyone that attended learned a great deal of information to help in the quest to keep your vehicles shining like a showcar !

    Mike and Meguiar's thanks again, wish we could get you out here every year but I know that is not possible. You always have a open invitation out here anytime you want though.

    Mobilejoe

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    Ditto the posts before me. Mike , you were great. Meguiars has always been a favorite brand of mine. Hands on demonstrations on their use just helps us get the intended results. We also now know what 'passion' means. lol

    I just started to tackle my black pickup tonight. And I will be getting a d/a polisher to compliment my orbital polisher.


    Gary


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    Talking Baltimore class

    the class was very good hope to had more in Baltimore MD another one North Point Edgemere would be nice. I learn alot of new thing that i did not know before. Mike you did agreat job in teaching the class. I think Meguir's so do more of these class across the U S A . Also tell your boss we think you so do more class. So more people can learn how to care for cars.

    Thank You,

    Jimmy



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    Re: Pictures & Comments from Baltimore, Maryland!

    Is there another detailing class scheduled for the Baltimore area?

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