FAQs

How much do you charge?
Visit our auto detailing packages page for a list of prices and different packages we offer.

What are your hours?
During the summer season we work from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. During winter we generally work from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. It is all done by appointment only. So please call in advanced to schedule your detail with us.

I have no water or electric, could you still come to me to detail my vehicle?
In some instances people do not have access to water or electric. In most cases its in an office building. Yes we can still come to you and perform the detail. Our van is equipped with a water tank and pump for water and we carry a generator for electric. Just let us know before hand that there is no water or electric so we bring the necessary tools to complete the job.

What is the recommended service schedule for my vehicle?
For a daily driven car that spends most of its time outdoors we recommend that you get it detailed at least two or three times a year. You want to get it done in the spring time to remove all the salt and grime from the winter. In the middle of the summer you should add a coat of wax to protect the paint. And then have the car fully detailed and sealed going into the winter. Besides those three recommended times to get your car detailed you should also have it washed weekly or bi-weekly to maintain the vehicle in between details.

Do you offer routine hand washes?
No we do not offer mobile hand washes. However we do offer express detailing at the shop if you bring the car to us. It is not a full detail but it is more of a spruce up with a spray wax. It is much more in depth than your typical $25-$30 car wash.

How much do you charge for express detailing?
Prices start around $100 for express detailing and go up from there based on size and condition.

What is the clay bar?
The clay bar is the single most important step to achieving a showroom finish on the exterior of your vehicle. After we do a thorough wash we clay bar your entire vehicle to remove all above the clear coat contaminates. If you have ever felt your car after being washed and it still had that gritty feeling on the paint that means it is time to have your car clay barred. We recommend that you do it twice a year once in the spring and once in the fall. It preps the paint surface for polish and then we finish with a protective wax or sealant.

What is the difference between a wax and a sealant?
The main difference between a wax and a sealant is that a paint sealant last’s longer than a wax. A wax has a warmer glow and can bring out slightly more shine to your vehicles exterior but when it comes to protection you ultimately want to chose a paint sealant. A typical wax lasts anywhere from 6-8 weeks while a sealant will last about 4 months. We recommend that you have your vehicle sealed when going into the winter time. Or if you only get your car detailed once or twice a year then you should have us apply the sealant instead of the wax.