Which Level of Exterior Detailing Does Your Car Need?
Detailing the exterior of your vehicle is just what the word says “detailing”. This is not a quick wash or wax service. Car Exterior Detailing in Newcastle gets down to the details of your exterior to make it shine. Licensed and insured, is offers different levels of exterior detailing, depending upon the age and upkeep of your vehicle.
Even the worst-case scenarios can come out shining like new, and if your car isn’t in too bad shape, every service center in Newcastle can make the exterior of your automobile glisten like it did the day you drove it off the showroom floor!
The goal of Car Detailing in Newcastle on your vehicle is to
• Bring out the maximum shine and luster of the paint finish.
• Remove or minimize (not hide) light surface scratches and imperfections.
• Apply a protective paint sealant.
• Meticulously clean, revitalize, and protect every inch of the exterior surface, including the trim, glass, wheels, door jambs, fender-wells and tires.
The VIP Car Detailing package includes
• Car wash by hand.
• Cleaning the face of rims and fender-wells.
• Removing minor bug and tar residue.
• Claying the paint surface to remove impurities, leaving a smooth finish.
• 1-step polishing to return the exterior to its natural shine.
• Applying premium quality carnauba wax to fully protect and maintain the finish.
• Upgrading to a premium longer-lasting quality polymer sealant to fully protect and maintain the finish (optional).
• Cleaning door jambs.
• Dressing the tires.
• Cleaning glass to a crystal clear shine.
Mobile Detailing in Newcastle detailers use color-coded, task-specific microfiber cloths and towels for greater efficiency, lower friction and scratching and easier washing, rinsing and drying. It’s important to wash your microfiber as a separate load, not mixed in with the regular laundry and rags.
Use a Clay Bar System This secret may be out of the bag already, but it’s such a good one that it bears repeating. There’s no better way to remove surface contaminants from paint than with a good clay bar system. Pros have been using clay for years, and consumer versions have been on the market for at least a decade. A good clay bar system includes a spray lubricant, usually a detailing spray, an 80 – 100 gram clay bar, and a towel. The smoother paint surface takes polishing and wax better.