Exterior wash Starting at $50 wheels and tires, foam wash, 2 bucket wash, dry and tire shine.


Interior detail Starting at $150 cars and $200 SUV’s and up after vehicle inspected. Carpet cleaning, windows, dashboards and door panels


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Paint Protection

Window Tint

Wheel Refinishing

Paint Enhancement

Paint Enhancement starting at $400 Wash, clay, fallout remover, 1 stage polish followed with a paint sealant good up to 6months.

Paint enhancement differs from paint correction in that it doesn’t aim to remove deeper scratches, heavy swirl marks, or significant defects in the paint. Instead, it focuses on improving the overall appearance by refining the surface and enhancing its gloss and clarity.

This service is ideal for vehicles with relatively good paint condition but may have accumulated light wear and tear over time. Paint enhancement can significantly elevate the aesthetic appeal of the vehicle, giving it a refreshed and rejuvenated look. However, for more severe paint imperfections, a paint correction service might be necessary to achieve a near-perfect finish.

Ceramic Coating

Ceramic coating starting at $1400 vehicles will need to be inspected for accurate pricing 3-to-5-year protection.

Ceramic coating as part of your car detailing service offers long-term protection, durability, and aesthetic enhancements to your vehicle’s paintwork, ensuring it stays cleaner, glossier, and better protected against the elements for an extended period. However, it’s important to note that while ceramic coatings offer excellent protection, they do not make the car invulnerable to damage, and regular care is still necessary to maintain the coating’s effectiveness.

Preparation: The car is prepped for the wash by rinsing it with water to remove loose dirt and debris. Special attention might be given to areas like wheel wells, rims, and door jambs.

Foam or soap application: A high-quality automotive shampoo or foam is applied to the car’s exterior, allowing it to loosen and lift dirt and grime from the surface.

Hand wash: Detailers use soft wash mitts or microfiber towels to gently hand wash the vehicle. They meticulously clean the body panels, roof, windows, and other exterior surfaces, ensuring a thorough removal of dirt without causing scratches.

Rinse and dry: After the washing process, the car is rinsed thoroughly to remove all soap residue. Then, it’s dried using soft, clean microfiber towels or a blower to prevent water spots.

Vacuuming: Thoroughly vacuuming all surfaces, including carpets, upholstery, seats, and the trunk, to remove dirt, dust, debris, and pet hair.

Cleaning Surfaces: Cleaning and wiping down all interior surfaces such as the dashboard, center console, door panels, and steering wheel to remove dust, grime, and fingerprints. Special attention is given to delicate materials like leather, vinyl, plastic, and wood trim.

Shampooing and Stain Removal: Shampooing and spot treating carpets, floor mats, and upholstery to remove stains, spills, and odors. This step may involve steam cleaning for a deeper cleanse.

Leather Conditioning: Conditioning and treating leather surfaces to restore moisture, prevent cracking, and maintain a supple finish.

Glass and Mirror Cleaning: Cleaning the windows, mirrors, and any glass surfaces inside the car to ensure streak-free visibility.

Air Vent and Crevices Detailing: Using specialized tools to clean hard-to-reach areas, air vents, buttons, and other small crevices to remove accumulated dust and grime.

Odor Elimination: Treating the interior with deodorizers or odor eliminators to neutralize and remove any unpleasant odors, leaving the car smelling fresh.

Paint Protection: Paint protection involves the application of specialized coatings or films to a vehicle’s exterior surfaces, primarily focusing on the paintwork. These coatings act as a shield, providing an additional layer of protection against various external elements that can harm the paint. They guard against environmental contaminants, UV rays, bird droppings, tree sap, road tar, and minor scratches.

Window Tint: Window tinting involves applying a thin, colored film to the interior side of a vehicle’s windows. This film serves several purposes, including UV protection, heat reduction, glare reduction, and enhancing privacy for the occupants inside the vehicle. It also helps protect the vehicle’s interior upholstery and dashboard from sun damage and fading. Window tinting comes in various shades and levels of darkness to comply with legal regulations and suit individual preferences.

Wheel Refinishing: Wheel refinishing is a service that aims to restore or enhance the appearance of a vehicle’s wheels. Over time, wheels can accumulate scratches, curb rash, corrosion, or other forms of damage due to road debris or harsh conditions. Wheel refinishing involves various techniques such as wheel repair, powder coating, painting, or polishing to address these issues. It can also involve straightening bent wheels or repairing damaged rims to ensure they look and perform at their best.

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