Cars come with a host of different issues whether its the interior or the exterior of the vehicle. Contamination of the bodywork and alloy wheels get the brunt of it from general driving conditions. Brake dust, dirt, grit, mud, salt, tar and road grime all contribute to the way our cars look.
General driving conditions can damage our cars, brake calipers get rusty due to the elements, alloy wheels get tar build up as it melts on the hot alloy, the melting tar is thrown on our vehicles from the hot wheels. If the tar is left untreated this can become excessive and take quite a while to remove from the cars bodywork and alloy wheels.
- Engine Cleaning
- Alloys Wheels Off Clean: Price dependent on what is required
- Excessive Tar Removal
- Machine Polishing
Bird lime or bird poo can damage the paintwork if left on long enough, stone chips can occur on the paint work and window screens under normal driving conditions. The Engine can soon get dirty and full of grease or oil.
Machine polishing a cars bodywork can leave marks of its own if in the wrong hands, buffer marks can easily occur. Using the correct method of machine polishing will remove this marring.
Swirls marks, spider webs, buffing marks, etching, webbing, scratches, and marring are all marks in your paint work. Machine Polishing you’re vehicle will remove over 90% of the marks.
If you’re seats are leather then it is wise to protect your leather with conditioners/feeds or leather balm. The leather needs a thorough clean before any protection is applied which will keep the leather from cracking.