“Detailing can be defined as the systematic rejuvenation and protection of the various surfaces of a vehicle.”
So what does that all mean? Well, let’s break that statement down to its basic components.
“Systematic” refers to the specific procedures that are performed in an order that allows us to detail a vehicle efficiently. Let’s face it, given enough time (and knowledge), anybody can do a pretty decent job detailing a vehicle. But we do it efficiently and effectively, saving you time and money and producing results most other companies would charge a premium for.
“Rejuvenation” refers to procedures that we use to return a vehicle to at or close to showroom condition. In other words, anyone can clean a car, but we can make it look like brand new!
“Protection” refers to the procedures and products we use that will help to keep your vehicle looking new after we leave. That is, when we are done rejuvenating your vehicle, we apply protective products that will keep the paint from oxidizing, keep the leather from drying out, and keep the vinyl from cracking.
“Various surfaces” refers to the fact that a vehicle is made up of dozens of surfaces (paint, exterior trim, wheels, carpet, seating, interior trim, etc.) each of which has any number of possible compositions. Automotive paint for example can be made up of either polyurethane, lacquer, enamel, water-based, clear-coat/basecoat, or conventional single coat.