Detailing has two categories, exterior and interior.
Exterior detailing involves cleaning, and either restoring or enhance the condition of the car’s paint, windows, wheels, and tyres, as well as other visible components on a vehicle’s exterior. A wide range of detailing products and techniques are used, based on the vehicle’s surface type and condition.
Interiors are made from a variety of materials such as carpet upholstery, vinyl, leather, carbon fiber and plastics. These need a variety of cleaning techniques, cleaning solutions, brushes and tools to restore the interior back to a like new state.
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Decontamination is a deep cleaning process, removing road tar spots, brake dust, insect splatter, bird poo and tree sap from wheels, windows and bodywork.
These contaminates can be removed safely using high quality cleaning products that a basic hand wash shampoo can not remove. This is due to the contaminates getting embedded and bonding into the paint.
Once decontaminated, the surface of the vehicle will have a smooth, glass like surface.
Interior Deep Clean
This includes a full floor, carpet and mats vacuumed, shampooed and extracted. Dashboard, door cards, center consoles and all other plastics and trim are cleaned. Leather is cleaned and treated. All interior glass cleaned, this also includes the boot area.
Most vehicle paints have a clear coat or lacquer to protect paint but this can get easily damaged and make the vehicle look scratched and dull.
Paint correction can remove the swirls and scratches to bring back a deep gloss, high reflective finish to your vehicle.
In some cases, the paint can fade. This is more noticeable on red cars. This is caused by the suns UV rays hitting unprotected paint, this will make the paint oxidize and accelerate the damage.
Paint correction can restore the bright, glossy paint your vehicle once had.
Vehicle is pre-washed using a wax safe citrus cleaner and snowfoam to remove dirt and deposits on the bodywork and wheels.
The vehicle is then hand washed using pH Neutral shampoo and lambswool mitt.
The wheels thoroughly cleaned using non-acidic products and wheel brushes. The vehicle is then dried using extremely soft plush drying towels.
Windows are cleaned, tyres are dressed and a spray wax or sealant is added to the bodywork and wheels.