Paint Correction:Paint Correction is the process of permanently removing defects from your vehicle’s paint. This is accomplished by leveling and polishing the paint of your vehicle by using high-speed buffers and random orbital polishers. Paint correction removes defects like swirl marks, fine scratches, water spots, bird and bug etching, and holograms. Unfortunately, not all defects are created equally and may require then just more then paint corrections. Paint correction does not mean all your scratches will be removed. Some scratches may be to deep to be removed in our paint correction process. If you are curious if a specific defect would or would not come out with a paint corrections process just stop by to talk to one of our technicians or give us a call.
Decontamination Wash or Reset Wash: This wash is more extensive than our maintenance wash. First, we use our Power Clean, Ferrex, and MDR to remove heavy debris, iron contaminants, and mineral deposits from your vehicle's paint. Once everything is rinsed off your vehicle we then assess your paint to see if there is further action we need to take to remove anything else from your paint like tar, road paint, and iron. If there is further action needed a clay bar will be used to remove these defects. Once we have successfully removed all the defects our hand wash is performed with either No Rinse or M-Wash, just depending on the condition of the vehicle. Once washed we use our Master Blaster, which uses hot filtered air to blow the water off your vehicle with no chance for water spots to form or scratches. In addition to the hand wash, Ferrex will be applied to your rims, to remove any brake dust and clean your rims, your tires will be dressed and windows cleaned as well.
Conditioning: Plastics, vinyl and leather dry out much like your skin. To combat this, we use a product to condition these surfaces so they are more supple. It also helps prevent them becoming brittle. (This isn’t Armor All because Armor All®, as that product dries out surfaces, pulling moisture from them as it evaporates. Wax: Wax is based off carnauba leaves. It generally provides six months of protection and is good because you can layer it, unlike sealants. By layering wax you not only protect the surface a little more, but you also magnify the shine on the surface. Sealant: Sealants are synthetic waxes designed to add a hard, durable surface. Unlike wax, you can’t layer a sealant because it is polymer-based; all you can do is fill in the spaces you may have missed. Where sealants lack compared to wax is the magnifying effect. Nothing really magnifies your paint like wax. PH-balanced Products: PH-balanced products are key to our detailing process. Because our products are PH-balanced, we are confident that none of them will cause any harm to your vehicle or strip off any wax or sealant that was previously applied. Products like Dawn dishwashing liquid aren’t PH-balanced and will remove wax and sealants on the vehicle. Clay Bar: Clay bars are a thin piece of clay that glides across the vehicle’s exterior surface. They are for vehicles like exfoliants are for the skin. A clay bar helps lift air and road contaminants, such as brake dust, pollution and fallout. We use a spray lube to help prevent any scratching on the vehicle. Compound or Buffing: Compound is basically liquid sandpaper that helps eliminate scratches around the vehicle. Compounds range in degrees to help remove anything from the lightest scratches to a really deep scratch. With buffing, the buffer rotates at a high enough speed to move the surrounding clear coat around the scratch and into the scratch to fill it. Many detailing businesses buff too hard or too fast, which causes micro-marring — fine scratches from the buffer — or holograms, which also known as swirls. Polishing: Unlike compound, polishing is not used to remove heavy scratches; it is used to take out very fine to minute scratches. Leather Protection: This is something that can also be applied to vinyl. Leather protection is much like a conditioner because it helps moisturize the surface, but it also helps protect the surface from wear and tear and UV rays.
highly trained experienced staff
Master Detailer (more than 36 months of experience in detailing) -Has the experience and understanding of detailing to be called, a Master Detailer -Beyond just being a master at the profession, through the years of detailing they have developed their own specialty or specialties -With a Master Detailer title they get the opportunity to train an apprentice. Detailer (18-36 months of experience) -Is able to perform all the work that is expected of a detail at the highest quality -Developing their specialty or specialties -Still works hand and hand with a Master Detailer every once in a while to learn more. Apprentice (0-18 months) -They are learning -New to detailing Our detailers go through rigorous testing and inspections before they can be promoted to the next level of distinction.