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What Is the Best Detailing Product for My Car?

Greetings detailing enthusiasts! First, I would like to introduce Brady Cleaveland, the newest member of our detailing team at SweetCars. A huge drift car and tuner enthusiast, Brady has been doing amazing work and recently became a certified installer of Ceramic Pro. We are proud to have him on our team. Just a few weeks... Read the full article »

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Lots of Exciting Changes at SweetCars

I would like to take this opportunity to thank all of you who have reached out to me with your congratulations and well wishes as I began my new role as General Manager here at SweetCars last month. Your kind words and words of encouragement have meant the world to me. As many of you... Read the full article »

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Washing Without Rinsing

Greetings fellow detailing enthusiasts! It has been a busy summer in the detail studio, and it was a pleasure to host another national training event for Ceramic Pro. We had about 20 installers from all over the country come in for a 2-day training event that was put on by Ceramic Pro for both new... Read the full article »

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Winter Prep You’ll Appreciate in the Spring

The dog days of summer are often a hot, sticky mess here in Indiana. But the day of the SweetCars lunch was a pleasant surprise because of the nice weather. This led to a fantastic turnout of the area’s great cars and the people who love them. As the newest member of the SweetCars service... Read the full article »

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Racing Out of the Comfort Zone

I hear all the time from my customers that “there’s nowhere around here to really drive my car to its full potential!” While there are some areas in northern Indiana where you can go for a spirited drive (at or below the posted speed limit, of course), it is tough to find track events that... Read the full article »

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A Summer of Dreaming

I read somewhere that as an adult, your car preferences are usually based on what you dreamed about owning as a kid. That theory sure held up with the owners of the Thunderbirds and Mustangs that were the featured cars at our most recent SweetCars lunch. And it was the same story for the Corvette... Read the full article »