Frequently asked questions
What's the difference between Valet and Detailing?
Valeting tends to be associated more to the quick cleaning of a car on the exterior that would be a jet wash, shampoo, towel dry and a quick spray wax. On the interior it would be dash clean, vacuum and windows. Detailing is where you start to thoroughly clean the car including areas and details that would normally be missed in a valet; this will include paint de-contamination clear coat defects as well as every nook and cranny imaginable.
Why should I choose you and not my local car wash?
There's no denying your local car wash that charges £20 for a quick in and out job has its place in the world. They're fast, cheap and convenient but there are some huge draw backs that you may not of realised;
What is paint decontamination?
Every vehicle has paint contamination, even brand new cars with just six miles on the clock. Paint contamination consists of any airborne chemical compounds, ferrous (iron containing) particles, adhesives, industrial fallout, rail dust, acid rain, bird droppings, road tar, tree sap, brake dust, road salt and amongst other things.
Why do your hours spent on a job vary?
No two jobs are the same, an advanced valet will take longer on a car that has been abused over the years perhaps only being washed once a year or drives in an area with high levels of paint contamination compared to a car enthusiast that has the car cleaned twice a month and keeps it in a garage when not driven.