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    Detail training

    How can I get formal training on how to install CarPro products?

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    Welcome to the forum. Are you looking to become a certified CarPro installer? Or just interested in using their products? Sometimes the best way to learn is to just jump in and try the available products.

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    Right now I’d like to try the products. Currently looking at starting my own detailing business. If I could find official training I would like to.

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    Detail training

    You can buy the products you are I retested and try them out. Thatís how some of us learned the products. At least thatís how I did.

    If you are not familiar with paint correction or any sort of polishing then you may want to invest in a junkyard hood to practice on.

    Rupes has a good video series right now but mostly on their product range. But it will give you the basics to understand.

    Detailing is rather easy to pick up. Just labor intensive.

    Autogeek offers classes here and there.

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    Thanks For your help

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