Steam car wash uses pressure steamcombined with a rinse-less car cleaning solution to wash and clean your cars exterior and interior. The pressure steam is completely safe on all car surfaces. Moreover, steam has sanitizing and deodorizing effects. The most special feature of steam car wash is its eco-friendliness. It uses very little water (less than 5 liters per car), and it does not cause any wastewater run-off. The washing power of steam is truly amazing. You will be astonished to see the results it gives. The machines we have imported have been especially designed to wash and clean cars safely and effectively.
Detailing clayis a clay bar made especially for the paint surface of cars. The bar is gently rubbed over the paint surface of the car to safely remove bonded contaminants such as overspray, industrial fallout, fresh water spots, tar, rail dust, tree sap mist etc. These contaminants bond to the paint surface and cannot be removed completely by just washing. Claying will remove even the microscopic contaminants that make the paint surface rough. Claying will remove the coarseness leaving a smooth as glass finish on the paint surface. This helps the wax bond well with the paint and helps give your car a rich and deep finish.
Compoundingis the use of abrasive compounds to remove the surface layers of severely damaged or dull paint. Compounding is going one step further than polishing, since this process requires a more aggressive cleaner to revitalize old, dull and worn out paint. The compound that we apply uses a new technology called the “diminishing abrasive technology”, which means that the abrasives in this compound become less aggressive after a few passes of the buffing machine andstop cutting the clear coat.Instead, it starts polishing the surface. This process quickly and effectively levels the surface removing dead oxidized paint. Compounding removes the upper most layer of the clear coat that is full of oxidation and heavy scratches. Compounding should always be followed by polishing and/orwaxing to remove and/or fill up the remaining minor defects, protecting the freshly treatedsmooth finish of the paint.
Many people assume that polishing and waxing are the same. But the two are very different processes. Properly cleaning and polishing makes a world of difference to the outcome and gloss duration of the paint. Polishing actually deep cleans the paint by removing oxidation, fine scratches, spotting, old wax, fine swirl marks, and other minor paint defects to regain its luster. Waxing over surfaces that need polishing or compounding will only create a temporary gloss and protection. Polishes work with abrasives and chemical cleaners to smoothen the surface
Waxing with waxes, polymers or paint sealants provide an extra level of paint protection while yielding a high gloss finish.Waxing provides a protective barrier between the paint surface and the environment. It also makes your car look better by allowing the surface to reflect more light resulting in a high gloss finish. Waxing is the final step, also known as LSP (last step process) for your paint surface. There are many different types of waxes ranging from carnauba waxes, to synthetic sealants, to highly advanced hydrophobic polymers. Determining which of these to use is a matter of personal preference.
When the interiors of your car have already been through their share of stains and rough usage, it becomes vital to ensure that they are protected. Suitable for all cars over 6 months old, this specialized steam treatment kills germs on the seats and in the air vents and cleans and conditions carpets, upholstery, leather, vinyl, plastic and rubber interior car surfaces for a long lasting, enriched appearance.
Engine detailing involves degreasing the stubborn dirt and grime on the exterior of the engine and the engine compartment by using a professional engine degreaser, steam cleaning to melt away the residue and applying the correct engine dressing which can withstand the high heat and still be able to protect and beautify the engine.