Does your vehicle need a little TLC? When was the last time your vehicle had a thorough cleaning? How about having your vehicle thorough cleaned from a professional detailing company in the Reno-Sparks area?
According to an article at en.wikipedia.org, “What is Detailing”
Exterior detailing involves cleaning and bringing a shine to the car’s paint, chrome trim, windows, wheels, and tires as well as all other visible components on the exterior of a vehicle. Different detailers use different products and techniques to do this. Products include but are not limited to detergents, degreasers, acids, detail clay, waxes, polishes, and a variety of applicators, brushes and special cloths. The three main components of exterior car detailing are cleaning, polishing, and protecting. Cleaning refers to the removal of all foreign surface particles from exterior surfaces through the use of chemicals, water and heat while washing and claying. A clay bar helps to clean contamination/dirt from the surface of the clear coat that cannot be removed through weekly washing such as bugs, tar, sap, paint overspray etc. Polishing refers to using mechanical polishes by hand or with a machine and specific polishing pads that remove micrometers of the clear coat from a vehicle in order to remove fine scratches, swirls, oxidation and other imperfections from a paint surface produced from improper washing techniques, drying techniques and other possible causes. Protecting involves the application of a protective wax (in liquid or paste form) that prevents foreign matter from adhering to the surface of the vehicle, including minerals in water, bugs splatter, tar, and dirt. Waxes and sealants provide this barrier against the elements. Waxes are some of the most expensive elements of the detailing process.
Interior detailing involves cleaning the passenger compartment as well as the trunk of the car. All of the dash area, panels, windows, seats and carpet are cleaned extensively. Vacuuming is standard, and steam cleaning, liquid cleaners, and brushes may be used to remove stains on upholstery. Some nonporous surfaces may also be polished. Some detailers remove seats and other interior components to provide the most thorough clean possible.”