Service Process

When our team starts the process of reconditioning your vehicle there is no detail to small to overlook. From start to finish we will clean every imperfection and every square inch of your vehicle, and all our our services are done by hand. We believe that is the best way to assure we do not miss anything and it is all done in steps!

Prep –  Prep the vehicle to remove all silicone’s, bugs, old wax and road tar.

Wash – Hand wash your vehicle and engine compartment, treat tires and rims to remove all brake dust and fallout, we used the finest micro fiber mitts and boars hair brushes in the market.

Claybar – Removes all invisible imperfections, contaminants, accidental over-spray and fallout.

Interior – Complete vacuum including truck, door jams wiped, we apply conditioner to all seals and gaskets, all dash panels and door panels are cleaned with small brushes to remove dirt from toughest areas, brake pedals and seat sliders, headliners, removal of pet hair if needed, hot water shampoo of all carpets and mats, leather seats are cleaned, upholstery seats are steam cleaned, we also have a machine that will clean your air vents with steam from the motor into the cabin of the vehicle, this will also kill any viruses.

Interior protect – All seats are conditioned, seats will receive leather creme to soften and we add upholstery protect-ant (similar to scotch guard).  We add a satin finish to dash and door panels, windows in and out.

Exterior protect and polish and glaze – We add a paint enhancer and polish to the exterior paint, this will brighten the color and give your clear coat a sharp original look, all chrome will also be cleaned and polished, we will apply dressing to all rubber trim and wheels.

Headlight restoration –  In the past automakers designed headlight lenses made of glass so they were limited to what size and shape. Since then, automakers use plastic headlights. This modification mainly occurred due to change of design of the vehicles. Cars became lighter and more aero dynamic, plus plastic was less expensive to design. Today plastic is the chosen choice because it is light and can be transformed into unlimited designs and shapes. Polycarbonate has its advantages and disadvantages namely oxidation and discoloring. To the naked eye one cannot tell these plastic lenses are actually a porous material that expands ever so slightly when they get hot. Degration of the lens occurs over time. Having your headlights on or being exposed to the heat of the sun causes the pores to open and allows debris to get trapped. Debris, together with the combination of the environment factors such as UV rays, smog, acid rain and exhaust can cause these plastic lenses to become oxidized. Plastic oxidation leads to discolor which transforms new, clear, shining plastic to a dull yellow tint that appears to be foggy, hazy, or cloudy. This process of oxidation is not only an eye sore but is very dangerous.  It will diminish visibility at night by up to 70%. This has become so dangerous around the state and country that Vermont now has your headlights tested during your annual inspection. We tested 10 vehicles with hazy headlights and 8 of the 10 did not pass the 150 feet visibility test.