Frequently Asked Questions

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What is paint correction?

Paint correction is the removal of any kind of paint defect including swirl marks, marring, scratches caused by improper washing, etc. this can be corrected with a machine polisher and compound and polishes.

How often do I need to apply wax or sealant to my vehicle?

Most waxes and sealant last from 3 to 6 months depending on conditions such as; if vehicle is kept in a garage or exposed to different weather conditions and climates. Also, how often the vehicle is washed and maintained.

My vehicle is new. Do I need a wax or sealant on my vehicle?

Yes. Even brand-new vehicles coming straight from the dealer have bonded contaminates on the paint. Your vehicle was probably sitting in a yard and or lot for a period of time and exposed to weather elements and pollution with bond to the paint. A clay bar followed up by a good sealant and wax will protect your investment long term.

What is a clay bar and decontaminate the paint mean?

It is the removal of things like rail dust (orange rust looking spots) fallout, tree sap, pollution and other bonded contaminates from other vehicles on the road. This procedure insures that the paint is completed clean before applying a sealant or wax. Enhances the wax and sealant.

How do I book an appointment?

Appointments can be booked by email, phone or text. Most off appointment will be during the evenings and weekends to accommodate your busy schedule.

How do I get on a maintenance program?

In order to join our maintenance program you will need to have our platinum package done. This will insure that we can continue to maintain the vehicle on a bi weekly or monthly basis.

What is the difference between your services and other detailing services?

I am an independent detailer who is only working on your vehicle at one time. The products I use are hand chosen professional grade product to deliver superior results for your vehicle. The time spent is paying attention to the finer details and needs which separates me from car cleaners versus detailers.