Details on Detail Doctor [Review] Restorer - Not the Shop in Tupelo, MS

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Original product site offer details & such:  $14.99 + $6.99 P&H. Includes:  1 oz bottle, 2 detail cloths, detail brush - Clean Hands applicator. Sales tax:  CT & NJ. Guarantee:  30-day money-back guarantee (less S&H). Notes:  Probably a day or two for order to enter system.
My car's been getting neglected, poor thing. There's a layer of dust. I've been telling myself that Mustang GTs that have that timeless back country look when the sun shins off the dust bunnies but my friends and family tend to disagree. Often. Vehemently. I'm waiting for one of them to buy me an As Seen on TV Product such a Detail Doctor - so long as they can find the right one when they going looking for it. You'll see what we mean...

What Is Detail Doctor Restorer?

Like in the tradition of Fast Brite and the like, Detail Doctor is a plastic, vinyl and leather restorer that is geared towards restoring older cars while at the same time maintaining the newness of younger autos. All areas on the car are available:  tires, headlight covers, door panels, mirrors, center consoles, hubcaps..the patent leather on my Air Jordan XI's...

They claim that only one application is needed to restore and comes with a full year protection.  

Video:  Detail Doctor Commercial

Benefits, Claims & Features

According to www.getdetaildoctor.com, Detail Doctor vinyl, plastic, leather, pleather restorer etc...claims the following features and benefits:

  • 8 oz. Detail Doctor Bottle
  • 1 clean hands applicator
  • 2 detail cloths
  • detail brush
  • full year protection

Does Detail Doctor Restorer Work? Reviews, News & Issues from Bloggers, Vloggers & Other Key Industry Sites...

Order Process:  The order process is as straight as a country road. the website offer plus S&H & taxes where applicable. No BOGO. No deluxes. Upsells will offer variations but those are optional.

Product Performance:  It took quite a bit of effort to sift through the different applications of the name Detail Doctor. So far we found:

The list goes on and on and one...

We think we found close to 15 of them. Once we suffered through all that we found some nice forums regarding the product. They had some good debates and, through some back & forth banter, decided the claims of the Detail Doctor were plausible. Given that niche forums are harsher on products than general product forums, we take those to be good signs.

Consulted Sources Included...

Final Thoughts - What to Expect...Perhaps

If there was one product that worked that much better than the best, like a Royal Purple oil or something of the sort, the world would sing its praise. We don't expect Detail Doctor to work like that. If it did, the product namers with a TV pitchmen would have come up with something more unclouded than a name that most people have.

But since the product forums are actually engaged in rather intriguing debates, we still hold onto the belief that the product will work within range of its claims. We're sure the other suggestions we read would work as well. All the same, we find Detail Doctor to be promising.

Customer Service:   address:  

Detail Doctor 10303 Norris Ave., Pacoima CA 91331

phone: 877-838-1658


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