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Frequently Asked Questions

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Q. What is Detailing?
Q. What is clearcoat?
Q. What is clay treatment?
Q. What is paint sealant?
Q. How many times a year should I wax my vehicle?


Q. What is Detailing?

A. It is the meticulous cleaning and restoration of your vehicle, both inside and/or out. By using the most up to date cleaning methods and environmentally safe chemicals, we try to provide you with the best service available.

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Q. What is clearcoat?

A. The technical explanation of clearcoat is a thin transparent layer of paint applied over a pigmented layer of paint, or basecoat to provide a deep, rich, shiny finish. The way I like to describe it is: a sprayed on plastic that is easily scratched. It can be damaged by enviromental substances such as acid rain or bird droppings. It is sometimes referred to as a two step paint process. The clearcoat can contain a pigment to help enhance the basecoat/colorcoat. The dealer does not apply coatcoat. It is painted on the vehicle by the car maker or body shop.

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Q. What is clay treatment?

A: Clay or a polymer clay block was designed for the newer clearcoat finishes. Because of its adhesion properties, it is ideal for removing topical problems from a vehicle's surface. Paint overspray, tree sap, mushroom spores, embedded road dirt, or rail/transportion dust are only some of the things that can be removed by claying a vehicle's surface. On virtually all surfaces that this removal process is done on, there is no damage done to the finish. It will make the vehicle's surface feel like glass.

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Q. What is paint sealant?

A: A protective product applied to the paint which coats, seals, and protects the surface. Normally contains high amounts of silcone to maximize protection.

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Q. How many times a year should I wax my vehicle?

A: The new clearcoat finishes makes it more difficult to tell when your car needs wax. It may need it far sooner than it appears. Most manufacturers recommend waxing the vehicle at least twice a year. There are two methods to determine if your car needs wax.

1. Gently rub a clean, dry, 100% terry cloth towel along a clean upper surface. If it tends to drag across the surface, it probably needs wax. The more drag the less wax on the surface.
2. After washing and drying your car, run your dry palm along the upper surface of the hood or trunk. Again if you detect some drag, you need wax. If you feel rough spots on the surface of your car, it may need a clay treatment.

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