Porsche Carrera GT in for paint correction and ceramic pro!

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This stunning 3800 mile Porsche Carrera GT is in for our stage 2 paint correction to remove minor surface imperfections and prepare the surface for application for our 7 year ceramic coating! The interior, glass and wheel faces are also being protected with Ceramic Pro  

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Mercedes Benz G63 & G65 V12 received paint correction and Ceramic Pro Paint Protection

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This stunning 2016 Mercedes Benz G65 received a plethora of services. Starting with our Ceramic Pro interior coating, the leather, carpets, and upholstery were protected for resistance against staining as well as providing UV protection. We proceeded to paint correct the paint with our Stage 2 paint correction to remove the slight scratches and blemishes in the clear coat. Next, the Ceramic Pro Silver Package was applied to the exterior painted and chrome surfaces of the wagon. Wheel faces were protected for ease of cleaning and to protect against corrosion. To top off the protection, we applied Ceramic Pro Rain to all of the glass. 

 

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Little brother G63 received the same level of service! 

 

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2011 Mercedes S63 brought back to life

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This 2011 S63 had the usual scratches from improper care and neglect. The owner had his S550 done prior to upgrading to the S63 AMG, so he knew the potential the original black paint had! Below you will see a picture before paint correction took place. 

Before

Before

After test panel; swirls and scratches corrected and removed 

After test panel; swirls and scratches corrected and removed 

We performed our stage 2 paint correction. The results were staggering! While deep scratches that would require additional steps or color sanding to remove, we ruled that overall, about 80% of the defects were removed! Here is an after shot of the trunk.

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For all things detailing, give us a call, shoot us a text, email or stop by. We'd love to show you just how far we can transform your vehicle  

Wheel and Caliper protection while enhancing finish

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Everyone who has the slightest interest in cars understands that the wheel style can make or break the entire appearance of a vehicle. Why not enhance your wheels while adding superior protection?

We at Detail Boss believe and stress the importance of preventive maintenance. The application of Ceramic Pro, a protective coating that lasts much longer than traditional waxes and much more resistant to heat, can be beneficial when installed on wheels and calipers. The pros? Decreased brake-dust build up (yes, for you BMW and Mercedes peeps, this is a must), anti corrosive, and much easier to clean when they are looking a little dull! Aside from the protective factor, Ceramic Pro or ceramic/glass coatings in general enhance the look and finish of your wheels and calipers.

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Contact us today to protect your vehicle's shoes today!

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happy detailing

-DB

The difference in a Proper Interior Detail

Steam Cloth Before

Steam Cloth Before

Steam Cloth After: Dirt/Soil and Stains are heat transferred away from carpet  

Steam Cloth After: Dirt/Soil and Stains are heat transferred away from carpet  

A proper interior detail is necessary if you're looking for a disinfected or sanitized vehicle interior.  We achieve this through using various methods, one of which is the use of steam. Unlike conventional methods like "shampoo" which most detailing companies like to use, we use steam. The difference between using shampoo and steam is that  shampoo injects a lot of water and moisture deep into your vehicle's carpet and seat padding. This exposes the risk of your vehicle developing mold or bacteria if the moisture is not extracted properly. The method of shampooing also stirs the dirt/debris in carpets and does not always remove the particles from the surface, but rather imbedds them.

 

Before: Driver Mat stained  

Before: Driver Mat stained  

After: Majority of Stains removed using steam to lift dirt from surface, leaving mat virtually dry to the touch after minutes of cleaning  

After: Majority of Stains removed using steam to lift dirt from surface, leaving mat virtually dry to the touch after minutes of cleaning  

Steam, on the contrary, kills bacteria due to high temperatures while lifting dirt and stains by the use of heat transfer onto a towel/cloth. 

The Verdict?

Both steam and shampooing are methods to clean interiors. Shampoo runs the risk of excess moisture in your vehicle which can cause mold/mildew and odor development. This method also does not disinfect the surfaces like steam does. Steaming leaves the interior much more dry, lifts dirt and leaves a fresh neutral scent throughout the vehicle.

Until next time, happy detailing!

 

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