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This amazing skilled service allows you to have up to 8 dings (dings are very small dents usually the size of a walnut) removed from up to 3 different panels (panels includes doors, fenders & quarter panels but not the hood roof and trunk these surfaces may require additional charges).read more
Today’s vehicles are not made the same as they were in the past as more plastic has replaced metal. Most of the trimming, bumpers, and moldings are made from a plastic material known as polyurethane. The down side is that it is easily damaged. The upside is that polyurethane can be repaired. Professional auto body repair service can be completed at your location! Combining experience with high-end products and materials so your vehicle can look new again without going to a body shop! The most common types of damage are scrapes, dents,...read more
These paint defects occur when untreated or unfiltered water containing impurities dries on the finish. The most common damaging impurity is calcium. We mostly see water stains and etching from sprinklers, leaking pipes in underground garages, and when vehicles are not dried after washing. There are ways to prevent and/or keep the damage to a minimum. Maintaining a coat of wax or sealant will help reduce the damage, and drying the vehicle with a soft towel or chamois after. The way to recognize that your vehicle has deep water spots or...read more
Oxidized or damaged lenses can reduce night vision by as much as 70%! Diminished visibility can lead to accidents. Driving at night can be difficult in and of itself for many, especially for people who have vision impairment. Dull, faded, cloudy, or oxidized lenses make a vehicle look old and neglected; this is particularly bad for resale value. A headlight restoration service is often mistaken for a detailing service. However, the professional method of restoration requires auto body prep as well as professional painting products,...read more
Clay is used to remove contaminants that adhere to the surface of the paint. It is called “clay” because it is derived from and is a form of natural earth clay. The “Bar” comes from the shape in which it is sold. There are many reasons you need to use the clay barring process before waxing and/or sealing your paint’s finish. First and most important, it will give your car the ultimate protection from the wax or sealant. In order for the wax or sealant to do its job, it needs to be applied to the paint and not on top of the contaminants....read more
Our winter season is coming and providing ultimate protection to your vehicle’s paint is important! Rainwater carries contaminants, which include acid rain and other industrial pollutants such as factory rail dust fallout; these contaminants land on your vehicle’s paint and dry, causing damage to your vehicles finish. Applying a durable sealant will protect your vehicle in the rainy months to come. Types of sealants/waxes There are different waxes, sealants and polishes and they all provide a certain amount of shine and...read more
We all know that our vehicles are one of the most expensive things we buy. Our vehicles are also a reflection of who we are, what our tastes are and a definition of the type of people we are. Our vehicles are, in a sense, our mobile living rooms, offices, and our children’s second bedroom, backyard, and play room. Detailing your vehicle will make you feel good and keep you healthy, believe it or not. Do you remember the feeling you had for the first six months after driving out of the dealership lot? It is possible to have that feeling...read more