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Most people who open a business do it out of economic necessity. Then there are those who just want to have fun. Three friends are having the time of their lives with their new endeavor, keeping an eye out for the littlest details.

"I think every new customer wants this for a car dealership because they'll open up the hood and take a look at it. You know, see that it's nice and sparkly in there. Looks new. By the time I'm done, it'll look like it's a brand new engine in there," says Tracy Miller of The Littlest Details.

All three have worked in the nursing field together. Two of them still do. The other is involved in a family lawn care business, among other ventures. Most of the cars they work on come from a dealership, and each of these ladies more or less has a preference on what part of the vehicle she enjoys cleaning. And they find it quite relaxing.

"Actually, I was already working two jobs in nursing. It's hard to go from one nursing job to another nursing job. So, it's nice to be able to come to work and have fun. Have fun with your friends and be able to come and go if you need to," says Tissa Hanson of The Littlest Details.

And they've made it very family friendly. There's room for children and grandchildren to visit and play. And if their young guests want to lend a hand, so much the better.

"My granddaughter likes to shine the tires. She likes to do anything, she'll wipe the outside of the car, dry, put some shine on it, some vacuuming. Just what she can reach, she's only six," says Lisa Nodland of The Littlest Details.

So you're putting them to work and they don't even realize it?

"They will soon, though. And they won't do it any more then," says Nodland.

The Littlest Details opened in October. The ladies have done numerous vehicles since then, and their work is on display for anyone to see.

The ladies are eager to branch out and work on more individual car and truck owners. You can check it out and even make an appointment online at thelittlestdetails.org.

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