Jet Stream Aviation offers aircraft cleaning instruction

Aviation International News » March 2007
March 8, 2007, 5:59 AM

Keeping today’s turbine-powered aircraft clean might not be rocket science, but it isn’t like washing a car, either. There is now a program that teaches aircraft detailers the safe and proper procedures for detailing all aspects of turbine-aircraft exteriors and interiors.

Jet Stream Aviation Products of Dallas is offering Jet Stream Aviation Cosmetic Detailing University. The three-day certification program, taught at the company’s Love Field headquarters, teaches not only standards but also what products, procedures and tools are required to perform each task with the greatest efficiency and safety for the aircraft and detailer.

Jet Stream Aviation Products offers a complete line of aircraft cleaning, detailing and polishing products.

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