Does your new car need to be detailed?
April 9, 2015
Many people assume that their new car does not need to be detailed. This is far from the truth. The real question is; what level of detailing does a new car need? Many new cars leave the factory with minor paint imperfections such as dirt specks, run lines, or sanding marks. They are also transported to dealerships across the country by truck or train where they pick up contaminates like road dirt or rail dust along the way. Once they arrive at the dealership these new cars are washed or detailed. Unfortunately, most dealerships do not employ professional detailers therefore, improper techniques are often used causing more damage to the paint. If you’re lucky enough to get a new car that didn’t incur these conditions then the only thing it needs is protection. This is also true after the aforementioned conditions are corrected by a professional detailer such as myself. This is what my Ultimate Protection service was designed for. First I will thoroughly wash, dry and clay your new vehicle and perform an inspection to identify any imperfections in the paint that will need correction. Next, a hydrophobic paint coating will be applied. This coating gives your cars paint high durability which provides excellent scratch resistance and repels water and dirt to help keep your car clean. A glass coating with the same qualities as the paint coating is also applied and lasts 2 years or 30,000 miles. Finally, I treat the upholstery with a protectant that is water resistant allowing easy cleanup of spills and repels dirt. A new car is an investment. With this in mind, you should consider detailing your new car an investment as well. Investments need to be protected, so, the better protected your investment is the longer it will last you. Consider protecting your new car with my Ultimate Protection service, a defense system for your new car.