New Car Preparation and Protection Detail
You’d expect a new car to be delivered and presented with the utmost of care, with flawless paintwork and perfect in every way. Unfortunately, this is rarely the case as new cars often leave the factory production line with paint imperfections such as machine buffer trails and sanding marks. Poor unskilled PDI valet at the dealership can also lead to a whole array of defects and problem areas that may need addressing such as fine scratches, surface marring, machine holograms, bird lime etching and industrial fallout to name but a few.
Most dealership’s offer poor quality protection packages (Supaguard, Diamondbrite, Autoglym Lifeshine and Gard X to name a few) that cost £400+ with bold claims that the protection will last for many years which seems convenient but it simply doesn’t represent value for money. These packages are often applied incorrectly and over poor paint finishes as the dealership valeters are given minimal time and little training in how to prepare and protect your new pride and joy.
Our New Car Detail typically takes 2 – 3 days to complete, we make sure the car immaculately clean and free from contaminants before carrying out a single stage machine polish to increase gloss levels and remove any fine swirl marks or imperfections ensuring the paintwork is perfect before protecting it. Depending on what wax/sealant/coating you choose your vehicle will be fully protected for between 4 months to 7 years.
We certified installers of Gtechniq Crystal Serum Ultra, Gyeon Quartz Q2 Duraflex and Feynlab Self Heal Plus which all are backed with a manufacturers warranty.
With our TSP (Total Surface Protection) Bundle, alloy wheels are removed to be coated inside and out, exterior glass sealed with a durable rain repellent, interior upholstery treated to a scotch guard fabric protectant and leather seats receiving a water-based dirt & dye transfer barrier. All in, the best start in life for your new purchase.
You can view examples of our New Car Detail carried out by clicking here.