In this series, the work to be performed in advance of the main exterior wash if highlighted; tar, sap and bugs on exterior painted surfaces, under the hood cleaning and dressing, rims and tires will be reviewed, demonstrated and performed. (These processes are done before washing the vehicle, while the exterior is dry.)
Degreasing & Dressing the Engine Compartment: In order to ensure the engine and engine compartment of a vehicle are thoroughly washed and degreased; this video will demonstrate the total elimination of dirt, grease and grime from the engine, engine compartment, rendering the area ready for a premium water-based dressing.
Cleaning, Degreasing, Brightening Rims & Dressing Tires: This video will demonstrate how to ensure that the rims are restored to a like new luster and the Tires and Wheel wells are thoroughly washed and degreased. This is a multi-step process that addresses the rims, spokes, back side of rims and renders the tires ready for a premium dressing that will provide a Hi gloss or Mid gloss finish based on customer preference.
Cleaning Greasy, Grimy Exterior Painted: In order to ensure the vehicle is ready for washing, the vehicles exterior areas that are exposed to heavy deposits will be cleaned and degreased; on certain problematic areas of the vehicle, deposits of grease, grime dirt and oil on the rocker panels, door jams, tail gate jams and around hinges will be removed.
Washing the vehicle exterior with the correct soapTo ensure that the cars exterior finish is returned to its best possible condition, the total elimination of dirt, grease and grime must be achieved. This is a multi-step process that addresses the cleaning of painted surfaces ensuring they are ready for a premium compound, finishing wax or quick wax based on customer preference. Exterior lights, grill work and trim surfaces will also receive an all-purpose general cleaning during this process.
Removing Fallout from horizontal and vertical painted surfaces: Industrial fallout occurs when small airborne metal particles, commonly from railway lines and industrial areas settle on the surface of your car and bond to it. When the particles begin to oxidize, they look very unsightly; if left untreated can damage the paintwork underneath. Although industrial fallout can look severe and even irreversible there are a few ways in which it can be removed.
Dressing the Tires: Ensuring the tires and seams between the tire and rim are free of water will provide a premium look to your finished work, and reduce liability. The use of a microfiber or air gun will speed up the process