Auto Detailing in Columbus, Pickeringon and Canal Winchester Ohio
How can a detail increase the trade-in value of your vehicle?
Our Presidential Detail can increase the trade in value of your vehicle up to $1,000.00. Our Presidential Detail includes a thorough cleaning of the inside and outside of your vehicle.
Shampooing with an extractor and removing stains make your carpet and seats look new. Leather is cleaned using a vapor steamer to open the pores in the leather. Leather Conditioner is applied by hand. Your engine is cleaned and conditioned to look new and your trunk is vacuumed and shampooed just like the carpet and seats. Interior windows are cleaned. Dash, console and doors are cleaned and conditioned. Using air compression and a high pressure vacuum in all the nooks and crannies is the icing on the cake…
The exterior of your vehicle starts with an ultimate car wash. It is treated to remove all contaminants from the surface of the paint. This is followed by polishing the surface which removes small scratches and imperfections preparing the paint for the hand wax and buff. All trim is cleaned and conditioned and chrome is cleaned and hand buffed. Wheels are washed, dried and hand buffed. Windows and glass surfaces are cleaned.
Additional a la carte items can be added depending upon your specific needs. For example, Vinyl, and fabric tops can be cleaned with the vapor steamer and conditioned look almost new. Headlights can be reconditioned to remove the fog that comes with age. Headliners can be vapor steamed to remove stains (from when someone’s pop exploded). We can even remove smoke smells. All a la carte items incur a separate charge. See our menu for our extensive list.
How often should I have my vehicle detailed?
Generally, it is thought that at least once a year will help maintain the value of your vehicle and keep it looking its best. Vacuuming, waxing and washing need to happen much more frequently. Our fabric protector can guard your carpet and seats from future stains. Annual detailing will prevent dust and dirt from working its way down into the fabrics cutting the fibers which wears down seat covers and carpets.
Your vehicle is the second largest investment you will make in your lifetime after your home.
How often should I wash my vehicle?
Cars, trucks and SUV’s should be washed at least once a week. If stains are on the vehicle longer than a week, the paint could be discolored or even chipped. Many people think rain can clean cars, but rain has many pollutants that can damage vehicles.