FAQ

It’s best if you plan ahead and book with us at least 2 days in advance from your detailing date. You can contact us online via our contact form that is on this page. Or simply call or text us at (705) 206-6281

We strongly prefer cash. But for your convenience we can process Securely via Square card reader: Visa, MasterCard or any other major credit card. A 3% credit card fee plus sales tax will be added to all credit card transactions.

Before our arrival or before dropping your vehicle off to be detailed please remove all personal belongings. Although I will take the utmost care with anything left inside your vehicle, I cannot be held responsible for any personal items left behind. If you would like the inside of your center console or glove box cleaned please remove all of those items as well. After detailing is a great time for a fresh start and re-organization of what you keep in your vehicle. If you have any magnets on your vehicle please remove those as well.

All details are by appointment only. Vehicle drop-off and pick-up times are flexible to fit your schedule. Please contact me if you have any questions.

I recommend that you attempt to clay bar your vehicle at least every 3 months, especially if you drive the vehicle on a daily basis. When you start to feel your paint to be rough to the touch, its time for a clay treatment.

I highly recommend that you let us detail your new vehicle as soon as possible. There will be tons of contamination that needs to be removed. The worst being the shipping contamination, such as sea-salt, exhaust, rail-dust, industrial fallout, or tree-sap that might have contacted the clear-coat during shipping. We do this by using our clay-bar treatment. Also its best to start your car’s life with a treatment of Ceramic Pro coating.

NO. An automatic car wash is probably the fastest way to induce swirls, scratches and damage to your car’s finish. The brushes spin quickly beating the side of your car dragging dirt across the clear coat scratching it. If you use an automatic car wash use a touch less car wash. This won’t be able to get your car completely clean but it’s better than the alternative.

Unfortunately no. This is describing clear coat failure. Clear coat failure happens when the clear coat has lost its ability to block UV rays from the sun and starts to deteriorate. The only way to fix this is the panel or panels must be repainted.

Unfortunately no. Some scratches are just too deep to remove. A good rule of thumb is if you can catch your fingernail on the scratch it can’t be removed. The reason is the scratch has gone through the top layer(clear coat) and gone into the basecoat or primer. In that situation the panel would have to be repainted.

Depending on how you wash/dry and take care of your vehicle will determine how long it stays looking great. The type of protection (wax/sealant/coating etc) you choose will also affect how long/short your paint will look great. After every correction I explain and show proper washing/drying techniques to keep your car looking great.

You can remove very light swirls and scratches buy hand using the proper compound or polish. Using a D/A polisher is much faster and can remove many more defects than by hand. A D/A polisher is typically operated between 2,000 and 4,000 OPMs. Imagine trying to move your hand that fast continually for hours or days trying to remove the defects from your clear coat.

The short answer is No. An orbital buffer does not have enough power or orbits per minute(OPM) to remove defects from the clear coat. An orbital buffer is good for applying and removing wax but unfortunately that’s about it.

I use a combination of a rotary polisher & dual action polisher in combination with different pads and compounds to refine the vehicle’s finish. After a vehicle’s clear coat has been corrected it will be smooth, glossy and reflective.

Improper washing and drying techniques. Poor dealer prep when the car was new (if you have a new vehicle). Poor quality of work from a body shop after a repair. Brushing up against your car with a purse or jeans when getting in and out of your vehicle.

Paint correction is the process of removing swirls, light scratches, holograms and other defects from the clear coat, commonly referred to as “paint”.

Any month is the most crucial time to detail due to the rapid changes in temperature, road construction, rain and other elements that are especially hard on your vehicles exterior. Not to mention that the Magnesium Chloride they are using on the roads these days is proving to be even more harmful than we thought to the exposed surfaces of your car. While it’s easy to rationalize that “it’s just going to get dirty again anyway”, properly applied sealant is your only defense! Plus it makes it easier to wash off all that harmful grime.

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