Frequently Asked Questions

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1. What is detailing?
DETAILING, the performance of extremely thorough cleaning, polishing and waxing of an automobile;both inside and out, to produce a show-quality level of detail. Other than improving the appearance, detailing helps to preserve the resale value of a vehicle.

2. Do you remove water spots from paint?
Yes. Our maintenance package will take water spots off paint. We are able to remove 100% of water spots from paint.

3. Do you clean & condition leather?
Yes. We can clean and condition leather seats to bring back its original look and softness.

4. My car has swirls, can they be removed?
Yes. The swirls can be removed 99% off of the vehicles paint. We have never seen a vehicle with swurls that could not be removed.

5. Why is washing and waxing your vehicle so important?
Washing and waxing your car not only protects its factory finish, but also preserves its resale value. It is important to wash & wax your car at least twice a year,up to a maximum of four times a year to prevent the paint from fading away and keep the shine and protection on paint.

6. What is Exterior Detailing?
It involves cleaning and bringing a shine to the car's paint,chrome trim,windows, wheels and tires. Different detailers use multiple products to do this, including detergents, detail clay, waxes,sealents, polishes and a variety of applicators and special cloths.

7. What is Interior Detailing?
Involves cleaning the passenger compartment of a call including the dash area panels, windows and seats are cleaned extensively. Vacuuming is standard, liquid cleaning, upholstery extracting and brushes may be used to remove stains in upholstery. Some non-porous surfaces may also be polished. Some detailers remove seats to provide the most thorough clean possible.

8. My Headlights are foggy, do i have to replace them?
No. Headlights over time in use gather many different contaminents that cause them to look cloudy, foggy, yellow or old. It involves steps to remove the oxidation that is accumilated, then polishing & sealing the headlights to be protected from suture contaminents and oxidation. Once this is done the headlights look like new!
Liberty Mutual Statement:
Headlight Restoration and Maintenance. Drivers should ensure their headlights are working properly by implementing periodic checks - turn on the lights and walk around the front of the vehicle to have a look to make sure both bulbs are on (be sure to stabilize the vehicle in park first!). Additionally, check your headlight alignment - sometimes, car headlights get crooked, and light doesn't shine directly ahead as it's supposed to. If this happens, you may need to take your vehicle to a shop to get this repaired.

Keep headlight lenses clean; dirt and debris can cloud the light casings and prevent the full shine from getting through. Over time, lenses can also yellow with age, which can impact the quality of light coming out. This is when headlight restoration becomes critical. Often, mechanics will check the brilliance of the headlights as part of routine annual state inspections. Don't be surprised if a shop requires a "re-lamination" or other alteration as part of getting an inspection sticker. States are making sure that vehicles on the road are able to use the full light capacity provided by the manufacturer to keep roads safer for everyone.