The Pro Detailer Podcast
Interim Podcast - Issue 16
In this interim podcast: The team cast their collective brain cell back to before Christmas and the release of Pro Detailer Issue 16, taking a read-through, looking at some of the new products featured and the travels of the last 6 months, and have a run through of the features and articles that make up the latest edition.
Season 4, Ep. 7
In Episode 7, Pro Detailer talks to one-third of The Car Boutique team, and detailing enthusiast, Steve McMahon. Steve's not our typical deep industry-entrenched guest, but he brings a unique perspective we haven't touched on so far in the podcast - the prosumer element. He's not just any enthusiast though - he can panel beat and repair bodywork, and he even worked detailing F1 cars in the '90s. All that In addition to his sterling work modding the TCB group - a close-knit group of nearly 2000 enthusiasts and businesses promoting a more friendly approach to detailing discussion - he also has the Geeky Detailing Reviews channel, which brings us nicely to the eventual topic of the podcast - reviewing products, and the tightrope reviewers need to walk to be unbiased and honest with their reviews.
S04 Episode 6
Season 4, Ep. 6
This week, in a special podcast recorded in Frankfurt at Automechanika 2022, the Pro Detailer detailer team are joined by Dr Andreas Neuner - Nanolex's chemist in residence - for one of our most fascinating casts to date. If your the type who likes to know why and how things work, what chemistry you need to stop a polish dusting, how to make a ceramic coating in a saucepan, and what the correct course of action is if a chemical supplier warns you not to heat a chemical (spoiler alert, glass explodes...) then this is the episode for you, as we talk about Andi's journey from genetic engineer, to creator of one of the most respected technical ranges in detailing, including the new ceramic tech cooking up a storm.
S04 Episode 5
Season 4, Ep. 5
This week, Pro Detailer jumps back in time again to May when we visited the DCON show in Germany, and we grabbed Sonax Master/Admiral trainer for the world, Christian Resch, for a chat about cars, detailing and his work as the global training and development manager for Sonax. We talk about his start in detailing running an 8 person detailing shop with a 3,500 car a year turnover, his decision to switch career path to avoid work burnout, mining minerals for polishes, and his work around the globe - including a new trend for detailing business models in China, which now looks like it may work its way West, or East - depending where you're listening...