The Premium Wash is a maintenance-focused service. It’s not meant for any thorough cleaning or polishing of the paint. If you want to remove water spots or scratches, that’ll be paint correction.
You’re correct, they are both car washes, but we take our process to a higher degree to give you a better end result.
For instance, we use a safe washing and drying method to not introduce swirls and scratches, we blow out all the water from the nooks and crannies, we clean the door jambs, add a spray wax for shine, we use deionized water to eliminate water spot issues, and dress the tires and fenders.
There’s so many products on the market now. We use brands like Meguiar’s, Griot’s Garage, CarPro, and a few more, all of which are high quality.
It will not. Again, this service is only used to maintain a full detail or knock off dust and a light layer of dirt.
It depends on the size and condition of your car. Generally speaking, between 1 to 2 hours.
Technically it will hide and cover the micro scratches on your paint. The wax essentially puts a layer of protection over your paint that fills in some of those scratches. This is what creates the shine.
If you want a higher level of shine by actually removing swirls and scratches, then that would be paint correction.
This is based on how you store and take care of your vehicle. If it’s sitting outside 90% of the time, then the wax won’t last as long since it’s always being beaten up by the sun, rain, bird droppings, etc. You can expect about 2 to 3 months of protection.
If your car is parked in the garage at work and home 90% of the time, then you can get 3 to 6 months of protection. Especially if you wash your car and add a spray wax each time.
Of course! Before we apply the wax, your paint has to be cleaned of any loose dirt or bonded contaminants so the wax can adhere to your paint properly. We mechanically (clay bar) and chemically (iron remover) decontaminate the paint.
There’s so many products on the market now. We use brands like Meguiar’s, Griot’s Garage, CarPro, and a few more. All of which are high quality.
It sure will! Your paint can feel rough because of two things: One, maybe it’s just been a while since you’ve last clayed the paint and there’s a lot of stuck on dirt on the paint. The second reason could be paint overspray landed on your vehicle. A clay bar application can solve this problem.
It depends on the size and condition of your car. Generally speaking, between 2 to 4 hours.
This is one of the most tedious and time-consuming services we offer. The time it takes to complete your vehicle is based on the size, condition, and end-result you want. Even if it’s a 2-door vehicle but you want a high level of correction, it can take 12 or more hours to complete. On that same 2-door vehicle but you only want light polish, it can take 5 hours.
Paint correction removes the swirls from your paint entirely. The only time you’ll see swirls and scratches is if you reinstall them back into your paint via improper washing and drying of the vehicle.
Yes! We have a variety of ceramic coatings to fit your needs. In order for us to install the coating, your paint will have to go through our paint correction process. We offer professional grade 9H ceramic coatings varying from 3 years to a lifetime.
Yes, any imperfections in the paint like swirls, scratches, paint transfer, and water spots can be removed through paint correction.
Unfortunately, if your clear coat is peeling, which we call clear coat failure, then there’s not much a detailer can do. At that point, you’ll need the vehicle resprayed. If there’s only a little bit of clear coat failure on a certain panel, then your paint can still be saved.