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OCD Finish

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OCD Finish is a Birmingham, England based manufacturer and seller of detailing products. The brand was setup by the annoynce of having to buy many different products from different sources. It started out with 2 owners and is run by Neil Trew at the moment.

OCD Finish history

OCD Finisch started out from the detailing-hobby between Neil Trew and Ashley James. Back in 2009 when the two friends used to meet up on Sunday to wash their cars, they got the nicknames Mr OCD, where OCD stands for Obsessive Cleaning Disorder. After finding that it was a downside that every favorite product had to be purchased from a different place. When Neil and Ashley met up with a photographer who brought a chemist friend, the two started to talk about setting up their own brand. Eventually they decided to create their own brand, sold their cars and houses and put all the investments into forming a complete range of car care products. 2015 saw the leave of Ashley James from the team. This was also the year the brand made the step into The Netherlands.

OCD Finish products

The range of products offered by OCD Finish covers several basic steps within the detailing process. They have products for interior, protection, washing,full detailing kits, finishing products and several accessories. The products can be easily recognized because all the products have the same basic label design. Most products are offered in different sizes as well. The products can either be bought straight from the company webshop or via some resellers/webshops.

Company information

OCD Finish has its own company website including a webshop that ships internationally. The brand is sometimes represented by show cars and they are fairly active on social media. The company has also been seen on detailing events and larger detailing-related meetings. They are not often seen at detailing fora or message boards unless represented by resellers or customers.

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