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Do we offer any discounts or specials?

Multi Package & Group Discount:  You will save $50 on every additional package per visit. Savings can be split between customers if requested.

Military Discount: We offer a 10% discount to all active & retired military & dependents on services exceeding $150

Free Undercarriage Rinse: January 1st- February 28th.

Auto Detailing Glossary

Biodegradable

  1. Used to describe chemicals and products easily broken down, causing no harm when exposed to the environment.

Body Shop Safe

  1. Describes products and chemicals that will not cause unwanted side effects when used in the same area as a body shop or paint booth.

Brake Dust

  1. Residue builds on a vehicles wheel areas up from the brake rotor and pads.

Clay Bar

  1. Clay Bar is used to remove all contaminants embedded in your vehicles clear coat that a Hand Wash service cannot remove, allowing waxes to adhere better, last longer, and for polishes and buffer pads to glide across painted surfaces without picking up embedded grit.

Clear Coat

  1. The top layer of clear paint on a vehicle, this layer is where light scratched, and other imperfections occur if not appropriately maintained with Wealer Waxes & proper maintenance wash techniques. Paint Correction will reverse most in the paint.

Compound

  1. Used the describe both the action and the aggressive abrasive paste used in the paint correction process to remove noticeable defects in the paint or clear coat.

Contaminant

  1. Unwanted particles rested or embedded, on any part of a vehicle that. Removed through various cleaning processes

Degreaser

  1. A solvent designed to break down oil and grease buildup from a surface.

Dressing

  1. A product designed to shine, condition and protect rubber, plastic, or vinyl surfaces.
Fabric Protection
  1. An invisible spay on protectant that when applied prevents liquids from absorbing into cloth fabrics.

Ghosting

  1. Noticeable marks left behind on a vehicles pant after the removal of a sticker or decal. Ghosting is a result of the area around the sticker fading from exposure to the sun. Reversed with paint correction.

Grit Guard

  1. A plastic screen placed at the bottom of a car wash bucket, preventing carwash mitts from exposure to the dirt and particulates that settle at the bottom of a wash bucket during the Hand Wash process.

Headliner

  1. The fabric on a vehicle's interior roof.

Holograms

  1. Noticeable unwanted 3D marks, also known as buffer tails, left behind from improper use of a buffer during paint correction.

Leather Cleaner

  1. A pH balance product designed to remove dirt and oil buildup leather surfaces safely.

Leather Conditioner

  1. A lotion designed to restore the leathers natural oils, leaving it soft, supple, and prevents aging cracks.

Microfiber

  1. A synthetic fabric blend designed to provide optimum absorption and surface cleaning.

Orange Peel

  1. A bumpy-wavy texture on a vehicles paint that resembles an orange's skin inhibiting reflective properties

Overspray

  1. Airborne particulates from newly painted bridges, buildings, ships or pavement which bond to your vehicles exterior surfaces.

Oxidation

  1. The dull, chalky appearance on, paint, & trim as a result of prolonged exposure to UV rays without proper protection.

Paint Correction

  1. A broad term used to describe the multi-step process used to remove imperfections in paint such as oxidation, light-moderate scratches, swirl marks, holograms, paint transfer, ghosting, and pigtails.

Pigtails

  1. Light to moderate scratches, in a swirly pattern resembling a pig's curly tail, usually caused by a dirty buffer pad used during the paint correction process or Sealer Wax application.

Polish

  1. A product with abrasive particles used to restore a surface such as paint or polished metal by removing light to moderate imperfection.

Rail Dust

  1. Orange rust like spots embedded deep into the vehicles paint, caused by commercial transport or brake pads. Highly visible on white vehicles, removed with Overspray Removal

Shampoo

  1. The action of applying appropriate cleaners to a stained or soiled surface, scrubbing, a removing the broken down stain and dirt threw heated extraction or steam cleaning.

Swirls

  1. Light Imperfections on the surface of a vehicle's paint, only visible under direct lighting, resembling a spider web.

Touch-Up Spray

  1. A spray designed to encapsulate dirt particles for safe removal with little to no water usage.
12-Month Sealer Wax
  1. An aircraft grade polymer sealant designed provide your vehicles paint with a year's worth of protection from UV rays, bugs, bird droppings, & almost anything else the road can throw at it.

Two Bucket Method

  1. The method of using a separate bucket to wash the vehicles body and wheel area to avoid contaminating the brushes and wash mitts used on the vehicles paint with the heavy grime removed during wheel area cleaning.

Water Marks

  1. Calcium deposits that are left behind when hard water evaporates on a vehicle before drying. These can require extensive paint correction to reverse if not caught in time.
What soaps do you use?

Some budget detailers use dish detergent instead of car wash soap, which strips wax and hazes the paint, leaving your vehicle unprotected.

We use high-quality car wash soaps & cleaners that not only clean your vehicle but enhances the existing wax or sealant.

How often should I wax my car?

Traditional waxes typically last 3-6 months. However, we use Twelve-Month Sealer Wax instead of traditional wax. So after any of our packages including wax, your vehicle is protected for an entire year.

Clay Bar. What is it? Do we use it?

Clay Bar is used to remove all contaminants embedded in your vehicles clear coat that a Hand Wash service cannot remove, allowing waxes to adhere better, last longer, and for polishes and buffer pads to glide across painted surfaces without picking up embedded grit.

We include a Clay Bar Treatment in all of our packages that feature Twelve-Month Sealer Wax or Paint Correction.

What if it rains?

Chance of rain before the appointment

Except for our maintenance services, we highly recommend proceeding with any plans for detailing services regardless of the weather forecast. The products used on the exterior of your vehicle have hydrophobic properties that will cause rain to bead up and roll off of your vehicle. Once the storm has passed, your vehicle will still look as good as new.

Rain at the time of the appointment.

If it is raining on the day of your appointment, we will call you at least an hour in advance to discuss which option is most convenient for you. A few of our choices include:

  • Waiting out the rain and coming out once the weather is clear
  • rescheduling the appointment for the soonest available spot that fits your schedule.
  • If you have an enclosed area to park the vehicle in, let us know. We will determine if space is suitable for us to performs the service during the rain.
  • For interior detailing services we can come out during a light drizzle
Do we shampoo carpets & seats?

We offer carpet and seat shampoo in many of our packages. We will remove as much of the stains and ground-in dirt as possible using quality shampoos and a heated extractor carpet-cleaning machine. Heated extraction is the most effective method of deep cleaning your vehicles carpet fibers and cloth upholstery

How often should I detail my vehicle?

For our Maintenance Plan customers, we recommend having your vehicle washed every three weeks.

Our most of our exterior detail packages include Twelve-Month Sealer Wax, which as implied in the name only needs to be applied once a year. How often you maintain the wash between sealer wax application is a personal preference.

Interior detailing is also a personal preference. A soccer mom who also appreciates a clean interior will require interior detailing more frequently than someone who only uses their vehicle as a grocery getter.

Can we fix scratches in paint?

If you cant feel a scratch with your fingernail, the scratch can be removed or significantly reduced with any of our packages featuring Spot Paint Correction, Hood Roof & Trunk Paint Correction, & Side Panel Paint Correction

Any of our paint correction services also remedies paint transfer from light brushes with other vehicles, & plastic or painted poles.

Are we open in the winter?

We operate all year long. However, we are unable to work in extreme weather conditions such as heavy rain, snow, and temperatures below freezing. If it is not raining, snowing, or below 32 degrees, we are open for business.

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