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RevX Detail Review (Rev Xccelerator Program)

Grow Your Detailing

Ricky is the young man running RevXDetail. They help auto detailers get more leads and create consistent income fast with one simple skill. 

Whether you’re thinking of starting a detailing business or you’re already up and running, he can show you how to pull in $500 to $1,000 a day in the next six weeks or less. 

Sound too good to be true? I agree. But let’s hear him out. Read on for my Rev Xccelerator course review.

One thing’s for sure, Ricky doesn’t want ya doing what every other detailer is doing:

  • Serving the low-end market
  • Working with penny pinchers
  • Winging everything (not using processes and systems)
  • Relying on word of mouth
  • Hoping somehow the business grows

Time to slam the brakes on that silliness. Ricky does none of the above, and he’s got a six-figure detailing business (called Huracan Nero) down in Austin, Texas. And if you wanna feel even worse about yourself – kid’s only 21 years old.

I feel like when I was 21, I was busy losing my keys, my phone, and my dignity all in one night.


Imagine being in control of your own lead gen, Ricky says.

Without having to worry about referrals that never come, paid ads that don’t convert, or bad weather that costs you precious jobs.

And what if you had an effective hiring process that allowed you to bring on quality people that stayed for the long haul and helped you scale?

If all of those things were true, do you think you could 2x, 3x, maybe even 5x your current revenue?

Absolutely, right? Without breaking a sweat.

So what’s his secret sauce? Door knocking. (I imagine every auto detailer reading this just went from excited to buried under a mound of disappointment.)

“I know that sounds questionable,” Ricky admits.

“You might think it’s out of style. Who does that these days? Will it really work? Well, the results speak for themselves,” he says.

And think about the other industries that crush it with door knocking. Solar, pest control, security systems. Billions of dollars are still being made through good old-fashioned door knocking.

Training For Car Detailers

Plus, with so many people working from home now, all ya gotta do is target affluent neighborhoods, and boom, you’re face-to-face with a buncha balding 45-year-old men with plenty of money to pay someone to make their Porsche sparkle.

These guys get it. Time is money. They don’t wanna take it to an auto spa and sit around in the waiting room for an hour – like a peasant. And they definitely don’t wanna be stuck out in the sweltering heat, dripping in sweat, trying to twist their body into a pretzel just to vacuum the dust and debris from the passenger side footwell.

Point being, it works. It converts.

Door knocking is the reason Ricky’s in the position he’s in today.

And he brought receipts. He shows his packed calendar, a $1,300 day, a $1,500 day, even a $2,400 day.

With that kinda cash coming in, he can hire better workers and reinvest back into the business.

Coupla caveats though.

Not only do you have to be willing to go out and knock on doors (and deliver the script convincingly), but you have to have an amazing detailing service as well.

If that’s you, and you have a 4+ star Google rating, Ricky wants you to apply for the Rev Xccelerator program he runs alongside some dude named Julio and this chick named Maddie.

(So apparently you do need an established business. In his ad, he said you didn’t.)

Cost to work with the RevX Detail team? They’re keeping it a secret till you book a call. Probably means it’s pretty pricey.

Doesn’t matter. I’d rather have a grenade blow me into chunks of lunch meat than knock on doors.

Katie Smith: Slip into your give-up pants, crack open a White Claw, and plop yourself down on the couch. We need to talk about the absolute dumpster fire that is the online course and coaching industry.