Have you recently purchased a new car? We offer many services that make maintaining your vehicle a breeze! Our customer recently purchased this Admiral Blue, '17 Corvette Grand Sport. He wanted to bring it to it's best possible conditions and also keep it looking this way for many years to come. We suggested going with a ceramic coating from CarPro USA, Cquartz Professional!With every Cquartz coating application, the process begins with an initial wash to get rid of any surface debris / contaminants. Every vehicle receives an exterior and interior detail with a coating. When you take delivery of your vehicle it will be cleaner than the day you bought it from the dealership!Now that the initial wash has been completed, it's time to start the polishing prep. We go over all painted exterior surfaces with a clay towel to remove any contaminants that were not removed during the initial wash.It's time to look over the vehicle and address the problem areas! Remember, this is a BRAND NEW, Corvette straight from the dealership. Our customer took delivery of his Vette and brought it to our facility within 24 hours of purchasing it. Thoroughly inspecting the vehicle, we fou [...]
Have you ever seen a 800hp C7 Corvette from the factory? Well look no further! We had the opportunity to apply some of our services on this brand new #01 of 50 C7 Grand Sport. Our customer just bought this vehicle and wanted to protect his investment. We decided to perform our New Car Prep, Xpel clear bra and window tint. The New Car Prep was recommended to remove any swirls/scratches, decontaminate the paint and help bring a deep gloss out of the factory black paint. Since we just polished the paint, Xpel Ultimate Self Healing clear bra was applied to the front end of the vehicle to protect it from any rock chips or road debris. Lastly, we couldn't have our customer fish bowlin' around town so we add some Suntek Carbon window film! Continue reading below to see the entire process and some images after all of our work was complete!
Straight from the dealership, this vehicle had some slight scratches, swirls and water spots. Since this vehicle is getting Xpel film on it. We needed to proceed with our New Car Prep first so the paint surface was perfect before the protective film was applied. The images below show you how the vehicle arrived to us.
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Last week, we had a Verde Scandal, Lamborghini Huracan come in wanting some XPEL paint protection film services completed. To protect the full front end, we used XPEL Ultimate self healing film for maximum protection. While we had the Lamborghini in our shop, we noticed a few scratches on the roof. We mentioned these to the customer and he wanted us to go ahead and take care of them for him. Continue reading to see what went into making this Lamborghini Huracan flawless!
The first step in the process was to wash off the car and prep it for its polish!
A long time customer of ours recently brought his Yamaha R1 to us. He wanted to have his bike tidied up and maintained. This R1 isn’t your everyday run of the mill sports bike, it has a matte paint finish, carbon fiber accessories, meaty rear tire and many other characteristics that sets it apart from the crowd. We had to be very careful with the matte paint to make sure it was properly cleaned. Every nook and cranny of this bike was touched by our detail team. Enjoy these photos we took after we thoroughly detailed this beautiful piece of machinery.
Our customer brought his brand new Alfa Romeo 4C to us for a number of services he wanted completed. First on the list, was to remove the already yellowing paint protection film that was previously installed on the vehicle. This is a common issue with lower quality film.
Now that the old paint protection film has been removed, we began the process for our New Car Prep. This step is necessary for all vehicles that receive a ceramic paint coating from us. This process decontaminates the paint surface while simultaneously removing swirl marks, bringing the paint to a high gloss finish and creating a smooth surface for the coating to adhere to.