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Bethesda Texaco

8240 Wisconsin Ave
Bethesda, MD 20814 301-654-7472

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Quick was for $10 - Sep 12, 2019

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Autech

7511 Cayuga Ave
Bethesda, MD 20817 301-229-5293

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They left my carpets wet and still put the mats back in. I felt they did a... - Aug 31, 2010

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AutoDetailers of Bethesda

7909 Woodmont Ave
Bethesda, MD 20814 301-652-2912

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Mobile One Services

5455 Butler Rd
Bethesda, MD 20816 301-656-6004

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My car never looked so good. Best value and service by far. Never left the... - Jun 29, 2011

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Chevy Chase Acura

7725 Wisconsin Ave
Bethesda, MD 20814 301-656-9200

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Remember when you bought your car? How you vowed to keep it clean? Yeah. But, good news: You can return to your yesteryear of vehicular luxury. For less than $250, a detailing shop can transform your ride, inside and out.

If you don't bother to detail or wash your you might lose a little resale value down the line, but probably not much. The reason to have your car detailed or washed is the same reason you comb your hair or wear a clean shirt: to look good.

A basic detailing job takes several hours to complete and usually includes an exterior wash, claying, polishing, and waxing; an interior cleaning; and tire cleaning and treatments. Many shops also provide other services upon request.

While even the best body shops can't undo an accident, our ratings reveal that many shops will get your car back on the road without a hitch. But our ratings also reveal that some shops may compound your misery with lousy work.

Since insurance companies pay for most repairs, for most auto body repair customers price is less important than quality. But for work paid for by the customer, price is an important consideration.

Choosing a good shop is an important step toward obtaining quality service, but certainly not the only one. How you deal with your shop and, when you’re involved in accidents, with your insurer, are equally important.