Headlight Restoration

Headlight Restoration

Once of the services we provide is headlight restoration. You can have us restore the headlights as a part of an overall detailing job or as a stand-alone service. Restoring your headlights is a nice way to improve the appearance of your vehicle and maintain value and important functionality. Headlight restoration serves another important purpose: … Read more

Shampooing Your Vehicle

Bentley Interior Showcase

Shampooing is an important part of professional detailing. Full interior detailing includes shampooing all the surfaces with carpet or upholstery that can be shampooed. This means when you have your vehicle shampooed, your seats, carpets and floor mats will be cleaned. The carpets and floor mats really get grimy, so having them shampooed is a … Read more

Engine Cleaning

Clean Engine

Why get your engine cleaned? Well, you could be a very fastidious person, or you could be getting ready to sell your car. You could hate looking under the hood and coming near the dirty engine. Lot’s of reasons to clean the engine, but probably the most compelling is the car going up for sale. … Read more

Compounding

Compounding

We talked about compounding a little bit in our post on removing scratches, cloudy boat paint, and high-speed buffing. Compounding gets quite a few mentions because it is one of the main activities of a detailer. Compounding Removes Imperfections Compounding is the application of a compound on the vehicle’s paint in order to remove imperfections. … Read more

High-Speed Buffing

High-Speed Buffer

Without high-speed buffing there would be no detailing industry. There would be no car detailers, no boat detailers, and no RV detailers. High-speed buffing is simply an essential part of the detailing process. The results you get from high-speed buffing is far superior than with any other process. The high-speed buffer is one of the … Read more

Bugs And Tar Removal

Bug Removal Image

One of our detailing services is bugs and tar removal. Bugs and tar do more than just create nasty spots on your paint. They do some serious damage if left unattended for a long period of time. Bugs start to decompose after they die and release enzymes that break apart the body, and the chemical … Read more