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International Detailing Association
As a member of the IDA, Super Detailing is held to a higher quality standard than non-certified detailers. Car owners can be assured that IDA members are tested and certified according to strict industry standards determined by leading industry professionals. The IDA is active in helping car owners understand the value in professional detailing services and they make it easy for customers to contact an IDA-certified detailer like Adrian Granados at Super Detailing in your town or city!
Furthermore, Adrian is also a “Skills Validated” IDA detailer, which means he is certified beyond a written exam and has achieved the highest level of hands-on skills-proven training offered by the IDA.
Detailing Success Network
Detailers certified by Detailing Success are trained by Renny Doyle, a Master automotive and aircraft detailer, known as the Detailer of Air Force One because of his nearly 15-year restoration and preservation of the original presidential jet Air Force One on display at the Seattle Museum of Flight.
Detailing Success detailers receive a certification in detailing business and marketing as well as physical training in interior and exterior detailing, paint correction, and headlight restoration.
Members of the Detailing Success Network have access to a private forum where they can gain ongoing support and advice from other members of the Network, as well as expertise from senior members of the Detail Mafia.
Detail Mafia members are mentors to younger Detailing Success members, and they frequently together for tradeshows, seminars, or weekend-long Detailing Challenges where they compete with each other to solve car appearance problems like damaged paint, oxidized metals, and removing difficult stains and odors — all to keep their detailing and paint correction skills honed sharp! They often cross state lines to work on regional and local projects like restoring historic airplanes and fire engines for museums; cleaning emergency vehicles after natural disasters like Hurricane Sandy; or prepping multi-million-dollar car collections for auctions, car shows, and private collectors. Many of them are pro bono projects for team members.