Precision Exterior Detailing for Auto

Precision Decontamination process: is broken into two parts. Chemical and mechanical. Decontamination is the process of removing bonded foreign particles from the surface of your vehicle, these particles can be in the form of road tar, iron deposits, tree sap, or any other industrial or natural contaminants that cannot be removed through the normal wash process. This is where the Chemical Decontamination process is applied by adding a chemical product to soften/dissolve/remove unwanted particles from the surface.

Precision Decontamination Chemical Wash 

  • Pre-rinse
  • Fallout remover is applied to help loosen environmental contaminants such as break dust, tar, sap, iron particles that is bonded to the clear coat and rims.
  • Rinse 
  • Decontamination soap is sprayed on using a foam cannon to get a solid lather. It’s a solvent based soap specially designed to break down remaining waxes and sealants
  • Using the two bucket system, a very soft mitt, the car is then deep cleaned by hand 
  • Final rinse  

Mechanical Decontamination Process

Mechanical Decontamination process: is the process that involves the use of a clay bar or clay mitt. Both these tools help knock down, and minimize the remaining contaminant particles from the clear coat. 

  • A slippery glide solution is applied to help the clay slide gently over the surface while working to flatten any uneven areas where contaminants are embedded.
  • Rinse 
  • Wipe with a panel wipe formula to ensure the surface is at its cleanest state
  • Towel off or air dry
  • The surface is now prepped and ready for the paint correction stage 

Precision Wax or Ceramic Coating

After the correction stage has been completed, it’s time to either protect with wax or ceramic. Essentially you’re putting a barrier between the clearcoat and the outside elements to protect it from nasty UV rays, bird droppings, and contaminants, in the air. Water is of particular concern, especially rainwater that at times can be dirty from the road full of all sorts of contaminants. The best way to protect is to make sure the water quickly runs straight off your cars surface by creating a hydrophobic state. Waxing your car needs to be done at least once per year, spring and fall is generally a good rule of thumb.

Hydrophobic, repellency, beading all have the same meaning, some just sound fancier than others. Coles notes: The higher the hydrophobic state is, the more water is beading, the less contaminants are sticking to your ceramic, and the easier it is to maintain your cars finish.

Bottom line is, you will pay more for ceramic up front, but it balances out with longevity and superior protection. Ceramic will out perform traditional waxes, because waxes break down quickly, and simply can’t compete with the long lasting durable finish of a high quality ceramic. Washing and ceramic spray refreshes are required to maintain the shine and longevity of your ceramic application. It’s super simple, quick and by far the easiest solution to healthy shine.

Precision Soft Top Protect

Your car’s soft top is subjected to the same environmental conditions as the rest of your car. Although it’s easy to see when your car’s body is dusty and dirty, it is not always obvious when a top is dirty. This is especially true for black or navy blue! The proper care is not only to keep your top looking good, but also holding it together, and preventing wearing and damage.

Deep cleaning your convertible top with Gtechniq W2 Multi Purpose Cleaner and protect it with Gtechniq I1 Smart Fabric will do wonders for the longevity of the material.

Precision Ceramic Maintenance Refresh

Also known as a maintenance wash, If you have treated your car to a ceramic application, then this refresh ceramic refresh wash is for you!
Should complete every six months. Spring and fall is a good rule of thumb.
Consists of the following:
  • Wash with a low PH neutral shampoo
  • Iron/fallout scrub to remove iron particles or environmental fallout sitting on your ceramic
  • Rim fallout and degreaser applied and scrubbed for harsh particles that  sit  on your rim ceramic.
  • Surface Gtechniq panel wipe to remove all left over residue
  • Ceramic refresh to rejuvenate shine and slickness while boosting the life of your ceramic. 

Price ranges by size of vehicle. $109.00 – $179.00