Buffing

Buffers are used after polishing to smooth and enhance the surface finish once all other negative conditions have been addressed and corrected.

Buffing

Buffers are used after polishing to smooth and enhance the surface finish once all other negative conditions have been addressed and corrected.

Claying

The use of a fine grain clay bar may  be required to safely remove various contaminants from the finish such as paint overspray, rail dust, petro based chemical byproducts, ash, asphalt, rust, tree pollen and other organic materials picked up from road ways. Once a vehicle has been clayed, the micro pores in the vehicle’s finish will be free from contaminants, clean and more ready to accept and retain waxes and paint sealants.

Paint Sealant

These products are a unique blend of synthetic polymers specifically designed to provide advanced paint care containing more UV inhibitors and protection. Paint sealants produce a noticeably deeper, darker, more reflective paint finish and extreme protection that outlasts other types of waxes.  Paint sealants do not last the life of the vehicle and must be reapplied, under normal circumstances, about once a year to maintain that “showroom finish”.

Polishing

Polishes are used to remove fine scratches, swirl marks, paint overspray, hard water spots, tar or hazing (oxidation). Polishing cleans and prepares the surface of a vehicle so that it is ready to accept a wax or paint sealant which will provide the final protection between your vehicle’s finish and the elements.

Water Spot Removal

Prevent the buildup of hard water spots first by making sure that your vehicle is washed with softened, treated water and waxed frequently. Water spots develop from chemical impurities in the air, ground and water that are introduced to your vehicle from rain, hoses, sprinklers or misters. Heat from the sun can bake the water spots onto your vehicle’s finish making them particularly hard to remove. Special dissolving agents must be used that are designed specifically to cut through the chemicals found in hard water spots. 

Claying

The use of a fine grain clay bar may  be required to safely remove various contaminants from the finish such as paint overspray, rail dust, petro based chemical byproducts, ash, asphalt, rust, tree pollen and other organic materials picked up from road ways. Once a vehicle has been clayed, the micro pores in the vehicle’s finish will be free from contaminants, clean and more ready to accept and retain waxes and paint sealants.

Paint Sealant

These products are a unique blend of synthetic polymers specifically designed to provide advanced paint care containing more UV inhibitors and protection. Paint sealants produce a noticeably deeper, darker, more reflective paint finish and extreme protection that outlasts other types of waxes.  Paint sealants do not last the life of the vehicle and must be reapplied, under normal circumstances, about once a year to maintain that “showroom finish”.

Polishing

Polishes are used to remove fine scratches, swirl marks, paint overspray, hard water spots, tar or hazing (oxidation). Polishing cleans and prepares the surface of a vehicle so that it is ready to accept a wax or paint sealant which will provide the final protection between your vehicle’s finish and the elements.

Tar Removal

Road tar is highly adhesive and when left on a vehicle will eventually bond to the paint and cause etching or staining. A variety of  solvents may be use to dissolve the tar depending on the type of surface on which it is found, e.g. paint versus glass or aluminum. Once  tar is properly removed, the vehicle should be washed and waxed, paint sealed or both to protect the cleaned surface once again and leave a high gloss finish.

Water Spot Removal

Prevent the buildup of hard water spots first by making sure that your vehicle is washed with softened, treated water and waxed frequently. Water spots develop from chemical impurities in the air, ground and water that are introduced to your vehicle from rain, hoses, sprinklers or misters. Heat from the sun can bake the water spots onto your vehicle’s finish making them particularly hard to remove. Special dissolving agents must be used that are designed specifically to cut through the chemicals found in hard water spots. 

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