About us

Selected Team Member - Air Force Once Detailing Team

Over 15 years ago, a Bush Administration official contacted Renny Doyle about restoring the Boeing 707-120 also known as Special Air Mission (SAM) 970, the first jet powered Air Force One. The plane resides at the Seattle Museum of Flight.

Renny Doyle’s now famous Air Force One Detailing Team has been restoring and preserving this very special aircraft along with other historic planes at the museum for 15 years. In 2018, Chris Woolman of Octane Detailing was handpicked to be part of this elite team of detailers from across the country. All AFO team members own their own detailing business, pay their own expenses and donate their time and skills to this incredible project.


Meet Chris Woolman

Octane Detailing is owned and operated by Chris Woolman, a certified and professionally trained automotive detailer and paint correction specialists.

Chris started detailing cars over 18 years ago. In 2014, he opened Octane Detailing to pursue a career he was passionate about. His personal love for cars and eye for precision is responsible for his attention to detail.

Certified & Professionally Trained

Chris received his detailing, paint correction, headlight repair, and ceramic coating certification from Renny Doyle of Detailing Success, also known as the “Detailer of Air Force One”.
Members of the Detailing Success Network have access to ongoing support and advice from other members of the Network, as well as expertise from senior members of the Detail Mafia.
Chris is also certified by the International Detailing Association (IDA). As an active member, Octane Detailing is held to a higher standard and tested and certified according to strict industry standards.

IDA Certified Skills Validated Detailer

Member, International Detailing Association (IDA)

NXT 2017 – Maguiar’s, Trainers: Kevin Brown, Jason Rose, and Mike Stoops

Detailing Master Technician – Detailing.com Trainer: Renny Doyle

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