You might think that valeting is all about taking someone’s car (with the owner’ consent) and then parking that car on the owner’s behalf. However, the truth is that the breadth of valeting could include something like taking care of the car while the owner is away.
To that end, you need to have some valeting supplies to help you get the job done. So, kind of valeting supplies do you need? In a few short words, they are all the things you need to run a car wash.
These would include a body shop, cleaners, air fresheners, snow foam, and car polish and wax, among others. You see, those are the things you need to properly run a car wash.
But really, this isn’t surprising because in certain parts of the world. Valeting is the equivalent of a car wash.
If you run a valeting service, what you want to do is to get the best supplies at the cheapest possible price. This really isn’t hard to do. Just do some comparison shopping and check out “valet supplies” on Google or any other search engine. When that’s done, make sure to get a list of three stores and check out their prices and supplies.
In the alternative, you could also search for supplies on online retailers like Amazon, although we’re not sure you could get wholesale prices from there. You can also ask a motorbike transport company if they provide all the supplies and equipment to complete the job before you get your quote.
Anyway, the important thing to do is to get your stuff from a reputable online store that is known for providing the best customer service both in terms of product quality and classic car delivery. To that end, you might want to also search for customer reviews as you are comparing the prices of the different stores. You can’t go wrong if you do that.