Premium Auto Detailing Services
Posted on June 16th, 2017

Even brand new cars can be improved! This beautiful Audi S4 had under 50 miles on it but unfortunately driving it home had it acquire some bug etchings and some other various spotting. It was polished and had a ceramic coating put on to protect it going forward.
After being properly polished and protected, this S4 is ready for some spirited driving and cruising. Nothing beats a clean black car.

Contact me today to schedule the same service for your new car, or to revitalize your current daily driver. 

Posted on May 11th, 2017

Posted on April 20th, 2017

Unfortunately I don't get a chance to update this blog as often as I'd like, but here are a few finished pictures of some recent jobs.

All of these vehicles had their paint polished and protected - schedule your free quote/consultation today!

Posted on May 13th, 2016

This Z06 visited me for some paint correction. It had very low mileage for a 2004 and was well taken care of - just in need of some TLC on the paint.

Here is what the paint looked like after a thorough wash and decon:
And here is a shot of the paint after the initial correction step, which would further be refined later:
Left side above the sidemarker is corrected, the right side is not. You can see the depth and clarity of the blue start to come through after removing the swirls/other defects.
Underside of hood was hand polished and sealed as well.
Lights can also be swirled and scratched and need a good polishing sometimes; this helps their reflections and clarity. The light was then sealed with a ceramic coating in order to assist against future damage and any oxidation.
Now for a few of the finished shots. Unfortunately we got storms the evening I did this and there was no sun to help with photos.

Posted on April 4th, 2016

‚ÄčI was lucky enough to get to go help out with this detail earlier in March. The majority of the legwork was already done on this from the builder, but he called in some more people to really seal the deal on it. It had some light hologramming and swirl marks prior to us getting our hands on it. It came out beautiful - you might recognize it from the Detroit Autorama.

I mainly worked on the underside of the car, polishing and waxing and attending to the chrome and I also helped apply the paint sealant. I worked with a lot of really talented people on this and they did a majority of it, so I was kind of along for the ride.

 think it looks like it was dipped in chocolate. This car(and the detail work) will be featured in an upcoming episode of Mike Phillips' new show Competition Ready. 

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