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Detailing Services

In short, detailing is about getting the absolute best look for your paintwork and other surfaces. A clean or a valet is about making sure all surfaces are, well, clean - they don't really take into account embedded dirt or swirl mark issues, or the fading of paint. Detailing delves much deeper than that, enabling you to get re-spray like finishes, without actually having to fork out for a full paint job. In our opinion, it's the attention to detail that defines a detailer, fully covering every "detail' of a car. 

Giving every car the best start in life.

Basic but essential. 

 Removing swirls and scratches from your paintwork. Varying levels available to suit your budget.

 Professional Post Detail Aftercare.

What Is Detailing? 

Detailing is when it goes far deeper than what's on top of the paint.

Following a snow foam, (to remove any loose contaminants), and a good thorough wash (using the two-bucket method and a good quality shampoo, full paint decontamination can begin. We use a 2-stage method involving using fallout Contaminant Remover to dissolve ingrained metal particles, followed by a clay bar, or Clay Pad, with a suitable lubricant will be used to remove embedded contaminants in the paint, such as tar, tree sap or anything that's buried deep enough not to have already been picked up. We advise before any clay barring, to feel the surface of your paint - if it's rough to the touch then (even if you can't see any problems) you have embedded dirt that should be removed.

When cleaning wheels, detailers will clean and decontaminate wheels using specialist products like fallout Contaminant Remover and Wheel Cleaners. A true detailer will always brush-in the correct product for the specific type of wheel to remove grime and corrosive brake dust in every recess.

Much like a valet, there are different tiers to a car detail. Depending on the level of detail you require, you may even decide to go down the compound route to further correct and perfect the paint finish. This will involve the use of a machine polisher. This system helps to remove any imperfections while polishing the paint's surface, leaving a swirl-free finish. Machine polishers remove fine lines in paint, swirl marks and even orange peel, making the car look even better than when it left the factory.

Once all this is complete, a detailer will finish all paintwork with the application of a good wax or ceramic coating. This is not only to protect the work conducted, but also increase the longevity of the finish they've just spent so long on achieving.

On the inside, detailers will vacuum all areas, as well as employ the use of a carpet shampoo to remove any stains. Other surfaces such as upholstery, trims and headlining, will also be wet cleaned. They will often use special brushes or compressed air, to clean any vents or dials found in the car. Seats, whether leather or cloth, will be worked on with very specific products to the material. If leather, detailers often finish with a leather protector.

Depending on the level of detail required, engine bays may also be worked on. Making the perfect finishing touch. Using Engine Degreaser and finishing with Dressing can make any engine bay show worthy in a matter of minutes!

Of course, there's also a whole finishing process involved, a true detailer will use the correct product to finish and protect every surface, whether that's restoring plastics with Trim Dressing, cleaning door jambs, dressing tyres, or simply making sure your windows are sparkling. A real detailer deals with just that - the details.