Complete Detail


  •  2 bucket foam/hand wash

  • Clay bar decontamination

  • Apply Sealant/Polish

  • Clean/Dress Wheels

  • Clean windows/door jambs

  • Thorough Vacuum/Compressed air blow out

  • Steam Clean/Shampoo Extraction

  • Clean & Condition leather/vinyl surfaces

  • A/C vent system flush 

Ceramic Cpoating

  • ceramic coating is a long-term nanoscopic exterior automotive paint treatment and protectant that is applied in a liquid form and cures to form a hard layer on top of the paint.

  • Ceramic coating is typically composed of silicon dioxide (silica, Si02), which is sourced from natural materials such as quartz and sand. Some types and brands also use titanium dioxide (titania, Ti02) as an additional hardening agent. When applied to a car's paint, the two create a chemical bond with hydrophobic, aka water-repellent, properties.

  • Ceramic coating protects a car’s paint from blemishes and damage while keeping it cleaner for longer. After application, it also makes follow-up car washes easier and shields the car from harmful UV rays. Ceramic coating creates intense water beading and dirt run-off and gives a car an extremely glossy shine.

Interior Detail

  • Thorough Vacuum

  • Air Compressed dust blow out

  • Thorough vent clean 

  • A/C ventilation "flush and clean"

  • Steam Clean disinfectant detail

  • Shampoo extraction

  • Clean & condition leather/vinyl

  • Clean interior glass

Paint Correction

  • Paint correction refers to the process of removing the imperfections in a vehicle's finish and restoring it to a better than new finish.

  • STAGE 1; This one is self-explanatory. It’s a single step polishing job using a cutting compound (or the liquid polish) and a pad. The single stage paint correction is intended to remove small marring and swirl marks that are lightly removed.

  • STAGE 2:When the car’s paint has moderate or medium swirl marks and scratches that are embedded in the clear, stage 2 is the next progression. At this point, you’re going to use (2) different polishes and pad combinations. Typically – it starts by using a more abrasive polish first, then stepping down to a finer compound, to remove any light scratches left by the first step.

  • STAGE 3: If you get to this point – it’s a good idea to do some careful research and perhaps defer to a professional. This is a three-step program, where the car’s paintjob has heavy swirl marks, marring, or other defects. The first step involves using a heavy cutting compound, with a machine polisher, and polishing pad – to really dig into that paint damage. The second step progressively decreases the grit, and finally, a light polishing compound should smooth out the damage.


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