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Cadillac Detailing and Bodywork - Interior and Exterior including Body and Wheels Discussion, How Much $$ For A Real Detail Job in Item Specific Cadillac Discussion; I did the same thing on all my switch plates. The screws are all slotted vertically and painted to match ...
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    I did the same thing on all my switch plates. The screws are all slotted vertically and painted to match the walls same as the plates. Where it is wall papered I matched the paters exactly so it hides the switches and outlets.

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    Originally posted by seduxion
    I did the same thing on all my switch plates. The screws are all slotted vertically and painted to match the walls same as the plates. Where it is wall papered I matched the paters exactly so it hides the switches and outlets.
    wheew I though I was the only one lol

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    I'm not a big fan of Jesse James or any of the so called Bike builders that build virtually unridable motorcycles! I've also bought some of his sheet metal and found it to be CRAP! Through and through! He's a detail freak, True! But I can't get too enthusiastic about $300 fenders that have to be completely reworked to make them fit ANYTHING!

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    It was about $175.00 here in New York.. I don't recall how much it costed...

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    I know a guy in NY that does a really great job... not sure where, but i think his website is www.nyperfectdetailing.com If you let me know i might be able to get you a little bit of a deal.

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    Tough question, and obviously varies. I had an exterior/interior detailing (no engine cleaning) done last fall - it was $179 + tax.

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    Detailing:
    Unless you know all the ins and out of your vehicle, my suggestion is to go early to some car shows and spend some time hanging out with some of them. You will start to pick up bits and pieces from some people, both by observing and by talking to them.
    I myself would probably be classified as an `ol' geezer' and anal retentive because of my habits. However, I bought a Vette and then I linked up with more of my kind!!! It's really amazing that the things you did to your parents cars as a kid come back to pay great dividends when you finally get a chance to re-line your youth at mid-life ( via the Vette). i keep all my cars nice, but I now devote the bulk of my detailing time to the Vette.
    If anyone is in the Wash D.C. metro area and wants to get together for a detailing session, I would be happy to join and/or host. One of the guys in our Vette club is a good detail person and gives "how to" sessions at Shop Nite in Gaithersburg at least once a year. I have most of his written instructions and I would be glad to share them.

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