Having an RV or trailer can be great for cheap travel and family road trips. We have some clients who use their RV for road trips every 6 months! While traveling you will still want to make sure you are outshining the rest. In the video below, see this 5th wheel that we have been maintaining for the last 3 years. We take care of this Sandpiper every 6 months. Everything from top to bottom including roof treatments, gel coating, and wheels – all protected.
A gel coating is often put on along with the clear coat on vehicles like RVs to give them excellent water resistance and protection. When the gel coat starts to deteriorate from oxidation it may need the gel coating restored to get its great look back again. A gel coating service can be a great choice for your RV!
Do you want to get your exterior looking brand new and shiny again? Do you want something that will work longer than traditional waxes and sealants? You may require a ceramic coating. There are a ton of benefits with this kind of service that range from water-repelling, chemical resistant, to heat resistant which is a big deal in Florida!
Dull or oxidized paint can happen in several different ways. More often than not, it comes from neglect or improper care of the vehicle. Think of the paint on your vehicles like the skin on your body. The more your skin is exposed to the elements, the more it will breakdown and crack due to weather and aging. In some cases, your car’s paint is damaged beyond repair, so off to the body shop you go.
Have you ever washed your car let in dry in the sun and come to find you have all these nasty little spots all over the paint and glass? If you are doing a great job washing your car, using the right soap, and not using a brush, as we have discussed before, then the last thing you want it to find little spots all over your washed car.
There is nothing like the new car smell. Not the tree air freshener, I am talking about the real deal. The smell you can never get back once it is gone. I decided to write this blog post due to a conversation I had with a long-time customer of mine about his new truck. Weeks prior he had set an appointment to detail the truck he has had for quite some time. He gave me a call a few days before his detail and said he would have to cancel. He bought a beautiful new one. I said congratulations may I ask what type of protection the dealer applied to keep it looking that way. His response was exactly what I was looking for. He said, “Well none, it is new!” Yes, the interior new, tires new, brakes new, etc… what about the trucks paint, and plastics brand new or new to you? Think about that for one minute.
Is getting your car waxed still a thing? We receive phone calls a day in and day out with customers asking how much for a “good” wash and wax. Don’t get me wrong we love to get the phone calls. It creates an opening to explain our process and why a good wax is not always the best for long term protection. The longevity of wax can range from 2-6 weeks if properly maintained.
Do you know what the best product for your windshield is? You can have water droplets roll right off your windshield, increasing visibility while also reducing glare at night! Glassparency is the best product around.
Each and every vehicle needs different attention. Why a two-step paint correction instead of one step? Isn’t it faster and cheaper if you eliminate a step? two-step correction doesn’t always appeal to everyone and we know this. It is not the point of needing anything. It is all about what you are looking for in a finished product. Yes, a one-step correction is faster and yes it is a less expensive service. BUT when you are you looking to achieve near perfection to be the envy of your car club or look like new going to pick up your date for a night on the town.