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Autobrite Direct

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Autobrite Direct is a manufacturer and reseller of detailing products and equipment. The company is based in Staffordshire, United Kingdom and is established around 2003. The company also offers detailing courses and complete car care packages.

The products

The range of products made and sold by Autobrite Direct vary from shampoos’, wax, cleaners to machines, equipment, towels and brushes. The company tries to focus on business to business and puts a lot of effort into maintaining customer relations by offering them the service they would like to receive.

Autobrite’s history

The company started out around 2003 by Mark Moss with a product that is still very popular: Autobrite Super Concentrated TFR, which is supplied to a big range of different businesses, including valeting and detailing companies. The brand operates from their headquartes in England and has several resellers in Europe. Autobrite Direct started out as a mobile valeting service and slowly got into the world of being a supplier/manufacturer.

Company information

Autobrite Direct has its own company website and is active on social media. They have a reputation of being very approachable and are aimed at customer service. Autobrite can regularly be found on different Facebook groups and detailing related fora. They can sometimes even be found at big detailing events and some car/detailing meetings.

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