Why You Need Your Car Professionally Detailed After Winter?
During the winter, the salt and other chemicals that are used to keep the roads clear, plus slush, mud and other grime, all get thrown into the nooks and crannies under the vehicle. It also gets splashed up onto the paint. Not only is the road grime detrimental to the paint, it will cause the vehicle's underbody and frame to rust. While you should wash salt and other chemicals off your vehicle as soon as possible during the winter, it's important to fully detail your vehicle in early spring.
Clean the Underbody and Frame
Rinse the grime out from under the vehicle to keep it from rusting the brakes, axles, frame and other steel or cast-iron parts under the vehicle. Once the underbody is clean, you'll be able to work on the rest of the vehicle. While you could clean and detail it yourself, you should have a professional detail the vehicle to ensure that it is free of dirt, grime, and harmful chemicals.
Detail the Exterior
We use only the highest grade formulas to care for your vehicle, inside and out. We also repair minor scratches and other body and paint issues. Our exterior detailing includes:
- Hand wash
- Spot free rinse with reverse osmosis water
- Clay service to remove road tar, bugs and other contaminants that dull or remove paint
- Pressure wash and scrub the wheel wells and tires
- Clean the rims
- Polish the paint (one pass) with an optimum foam pad or micro fiber pad to remove any swirl marks or light scratches
Add Opti-Seal High-Performance Paint Sealant or High Gloss Nano Wax to better protect your vehicle's paint job and to give it a deeper shine.
Detailing the interior of your vehicle is just as important as detailing the exterior. Dirt, grime, and contaminants get ground into the floor coverings, even if you have floor mats. Over time, dust and other grime get ground into the seats. Our interior detailing will make your vehicle feel new again! Let us help you get your vehicle ready for spring.
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