What is detailing

What is detailing

In simply put, it’s a top-to-bottom thorough cleaning of your vehicle using specialized tools and products. Car detailing is an extensive process that includes interior and exterior cleaning and restoration of your vehicle. Exterior detailing boosts the cosmetics of your car and shields it against the harsh climatic conditions while Interior detailing cleans the inside structures of the car and improves their resistance against stains and ageing.

Difference between a Car Wash and an Auto Detailing?

Most car owners don’t realize that a car wash and a detail job mean two different things. We can say that car detailing is an advanced version of a regular car wash. Car detailing is more in-depth and time-consuming. A car detailing is not only focused on cleaning the car but also reconditioning and occasional restoration. Detailing a car is to clean it from top to bottom – from power windows to wheel wells to air vents to carpeting, every square inch of your vehicle is thoroughly vacuumed, shampooed, conditioned, and polished.

Most car washes take maximum twenty minutes to go from washing to drying. A car wash can be done by hand or by machines with bristles, soap, and water to clean your car’s exterior.

What are the different types of car detailing? What exactly does a full detail entail?

Well, a full detail covers all non-mechanical components of your vehicle from Tyres and wheels, exterior paint, chrome trim, the interior surfaces even to seats and carpets. It’s basically a head-to-toe revitalisation for your vehicle.

  • Exterior wash and dry.
  • Vacuuming.
  • Interior Scrubbing and Brushing.
  • Polishing.
  • Sealing or Waxing.
  • Glass Cleaning.
  • Paint Claying.
  • Steam Cleaning.
  • Rims and engine bay deep cleaning
  • Clay bar application –removes roughness on your car paint surface.
  • Complete frame and paint surface polish with 3 minimum applications – depending on paint condition & swirl marks.
  • Special attention given to chrome and stainless-steel components.
  • Headlights/Taillights polishing and dis colouration removal.
  • Final Ceramic Coating / wax application

Ceramic 9H -Paint Protection at its best

This is the most commonly used term in the Car Care industry around the world. The two hardness measuring scales are -the Mohs hardness scale of minerals and the pencil hardness scale.  9H hardness rating is derived from the Pencil Hardness scale. A 9H hardness level refers to a surface coating’s ability to resist scratches based upon the pencil hardness scale. By definition, a 9H ceramic coating is consisting of highly-concentrated compound of Silicon Dioxide or SiO2. Based on the nano-technology, it fills the tiny cracks or imperfections in a porous surface and then hardens to form a flat shield of protection. This is. Let’s hope you have an idea of exactly what 9H is.

To obtain the highest gloss, durability and protection that your car deserves a long-term protection method will be needed. This long-term surface protection can help you to maintain your vehicle’s value and prevent against ageing. Ceramic Coating is a word familiar to most car buyers today. But they don’t know what it is or what’s the need for it.

One of the best paint protections methods now available is the ceramic protection. It helps water speed off the surface taking dirt with it and protects the paintwork from abrasion, marring and UV damage Ceramic Paint Protection is. Some take their new car for applying ceramic coating even before delivery. Ceramic coating is a clear coat whose base is a liquid polymer. When this coating is applied on a car’s body, the polymer in the ceramic compound will form a chemical bonding with the car’s paint. Once applied, this ceramic coating can only be removed by abrasion and not by any chemicals.

Its benefits in detail:

  • 9H hardness, a better resistance to minor scratches
  • Makes Washing Easy
  • Greatly enhanced chemical resistance
  • Preserves Resale Value of New Car

Simply put, exterior car wash is to remove dust, insects, salt and other debris from the outside of your vehicle for a clean, dry finish. It includes

  • Thorough hand wash
  • Removal of tar, insects, bird droppings and rust film
  • Cleaning and sealing plastic and rubber
  • Windscreen cleaning
  • Polishing and sealing
  • Full deep gloss with machine polish
  • Tyre care

Diamond has a 10h hardness. So, if you need to scratch a Crystallised coated 9H surface, you will definitely need to buy a diamond first.

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