Services

Services

Ceramic Coating

We recommend installing a ceramic coating for your vehicle if you are looking for longevity and optimum surface protection. Although wax does protect surfaces, it does not withstand the environment as well as a ceramic coating and wax only lasts about two months before you have to reapply it.

Ceramic coatings have a strong hydrophobic property—the coatings do not interact with water and are less impacted by high temperatures.

Ceramic coatings chemically bond with the surface. Once applied & cured, ceramic coatings are extremely resistant to water, soaps, and environmental pollutants. Professional grade ceramic coatings can last between 3 to 8 years.

Ceramic coatings can be applied to paint finishes, interiors, glass and clear plastic lighting covers.

Before applying a ceramic based protectant to your vhicle’s exterior finish, necessary prep work needs to be done. If your vhicle is fairly new, a thorough washing along with removing old wax and polish treatments is all that is needed. If your vehicle is older, your finish may require one-step or two-step paint correction to remove scratches and swirl marks.

After the prep work is done, a professional technician will apply ceramic coating. Your vehicle will then require curing and a final wash.

Ceramic-based protectants are available for autos, trucks, motorcycles, recreational vehicles and marine applications.

Paint Correction

Paint correction is performed by removing light scratches and swirl marks by removing a micro-layer of clear coat from the surface. Paint correction can actually make your cars finish look better than when it was new.

To start a paint correction process, the surface of your vehicle must be thoroughly cleaned and free of any contaminants. This is achieve by first washing the vehicle and then “claying” with a clay bar. A clay bar is a malleable manufactured resin compound; it is used to remove stubborn contaminants on a vehicle’s paintwork.

The next step it to use different abrasive compounds to remove the imperfections in the paint. This is achieved by using a more abrasive compound to start and finishing with a fine polish. If the paint is seriously damaged, wet sanding may be required before abrasive compounds are used.

The final stage of correction is polishing, to give your paint a mirror finish. We finish off the final polishing by buffing off any remaining polish with a microfiber cloth.

After this, a surface protectant should be applied to the paint. Although you could apply wax or a consumer grade, ceramic spray protectant, these will not last as long as a professional grade ceramic coating that can last 3 to 8 years, depending on the formulation of the coating.

Complete Detailing

A complete detailing of your vehicle is no small feat. It involves more than just a car wash and vacuuming the carpets. A complete detailing makes your vehicle show-room clean inside and out.

On the outside, we thoroughly clean your vehicle with a soap to remove most of the loose dirt and other contaminants. Then we dry the vehicle with microfiber towels.

If needed, we may need to use techniques to remove difficult contaminants like tar, tree sap, bugs and other materials that soap won’t take off.

The surface may need “claying” with a clay bar to remove contaminates that make your paint feel bumpy.

Then we will apply wax or a spray sealant to protect the paint between washings.

We thoroughly clean your wheels to remove tough grime and brake dust. Once the wheels are clean, the tires are thoroughly cleaned and tire dressing it applied.

On the inside of the car, we vacuum carpet and fabrics. We then wipe down plastics and leather using safe cleaners and microfiber towels. We use brushes to remove any and all dust that collect in hard to reach areas around the interior.

We are always careful not to scratch clear and opaque interior and dashboard plastics.

We then shampoo the carpets and use fabric cleaners on the seats. We may apply carpet and fabric protectants, if requested, to make your interior’s appearance last longer and easier to clean. 

Last but not least, we will clean your glass on the inside to make it crystal clear.

Maintenance Detailing

Maintenance detailing is a quick cleaning, inside and out between full detailing.

We wash your vehicles finish and wipe it down with a microfiber cloth.

We thoroughly wash wheels and tires. Tire dressing is applied if requested.

The interior is vacuumed and wiped down with microfiber clothes.

We will thoroughly clean your glass on the inside.

If you previously had ceramic coating applied to your vehicle, it will maintain the best appearance between maintenance detailing. Our top of the line professional ceramic coating will last 8 years.

Ceramic coating can even be applied to your exterior plastics and wheels and protect them just as well as painted surfaces.

Interior Detailing

Interior detailing of your vehicle requires expertise and knowledge of the different materials used. It is important to use proper cleaners and protectants on the different materials so they are not damaged.

On the inside of your vehicle, we vacuum carpet and fabrics. We then wipe down plastics and leather using safe cleaners and microfiber towels. We use brushes to remove any and all dust that collect in hard to reach areas around the interior.

We are always careful not to scratch clear and opaque interior and dashboard plastics.

We then shampoo the carpets and use fabric cleaners on the seats. Spot cleaning may be required for difficult contaminants like tar, paint, grease or gum.

If requested we will apply carpet and fabric protectants to make your interior look it’s best for a longer period of time. Protectants make your interior easier to clean.

If requested we can apply protectants to leathers, vinyls and plastics.

Last but not least, we will clean your glass on the inside to make it crystal clear.

Exterior Detailing

Exterior  Detailing requires proper knowledge of paints and other exterior surfaces to avoid scratches and swirl marks. Proper cleaners and protectants must be used to avoid damaging surfaces.

On the outside of your vehicle, we thoroughly clean your vehicle with a soap to remove most of the loose dirt and other contaminants. Then we dry the vehicle with microfiber towels.

If needed, we may need to use techniques to remove difficult contaminants like tar, tree sap, bugs and other materials that soap won’t take off.

The surface may need “claying” with a clay bar to remove contaminates that make your paint feel bumpy.

Then we will apply wax or a spray sealant to protect the paint between washings.

We thoroughly clean your wheels to remove tough grime and brake dust. Once the wheels are clean, the tires are thoroughly cleaned and tire dressing it applied.

If you request ceramic coating be applied to your vehicle’s paint, unless it is fairly new, you will need extra preparation with a one-step or two-step paint correction. Our top of the line professional ceramic coating will last 8 years.

Ceramic coating can even be applied to your exterior plastics and wheels and protect them just as well as painted surfaces.

Headlamp Restoration

Headlamp covers on contemporary vehicles are made of polycarbonate plastics so they are tougher and lighter than glass. Unfortunately, this material must be protected with a UV coating and over time, the coating and plastic will became hazy and yellow, reducing light emitted at night.

UV light, road debris, and other atmospheric elements contribute to the dulling of your headlamp covers. After many years of service, oxidation contributes to the problem too.

This is a safety hazard when your headlamp covers become so dulled, they restrict the brightness of your headlamps. Not only will you have more trouble seeing the road, other people will have more trouble seeing you.

We use 3 step process to clean and restore your oxidized, yellow, hazy headlamps. The process is relatively simple if you have the know-how, correct tools and equipment.

Headlight restoration can be a less expensive alternative to replacing your headlamps. Considering new, or even used headlamps could cost $200 or more. Headlamp restoration from a trained professional is definitely a better value. There are also do-it-yourself options, but they don’t really correct the underlying condition.

Not having the proper tools, equipment, or experience can damage your headlamp covers and cause nothing but frustration.