About Kike Sanchez
Kike's dedication and attention to detail comes from his personal love for cars. "I want each and every one of my customers to feel great about driving their car, to have a sense of pride, and to feel secure in knowing they are protecting their investment with detailing," he says.
Kike now brings customers the safest and most effective detailing techniques and products, multistage paint correction, and the professional application of protective ceramic coatings for automotive exterior and interior surfaces.
Detailing Success Network
Kike received his Detailing Business, Paint Correction, Headlight Repair, and Ceramic Coatings Certification from The Detailer of Air Force One, Renny Doyle of Detailing Success after attending the first ever Detailing Success Training Class en Espanol. Doyle is known as the "Detailer of Air Force One".
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.
International Detailing Association (IDA)
Kike is also certified by the International Detailing Association (IDA). As a member, South Bay Mobile 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 Kike in your town or city!
2016 & 2017 Air Force One/Boeing Centennial Detailing Teams
Chosen for the team by Renny Doyle because of his natural instinct for perfection and eye for precision, Kike has spent two years on the Air Force One Detailing Team and one year on the Boeing Centennial Detailing Team at Seattle's Museum of Flight. Doyle's best detailers have spent nearly 15 years restoring and preserving the original presidential jet Air Force One on display at the Museum.