Mobile Car Detailing Sydney

Full Detail

One Of The Best Mobile Car Detailing Sydney Can Have

Mobile Car Detailing - Full Detail

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Interior

Seats Shampoo

Floor Shampoo

Floor Mats Shampoo

Roof Liner Cleaning

Interior Wipe + Interior Shine

Dashboard & Console Conditioner

Interior Windows

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Exterior

Wheels Degreasing

Wheels Pressure Water Clean

Pressure Water Body Rinse

Door Jambs Cleaning

Shampoo Body Wash

Clay Bar Treatment

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Finish

Pressure Water Rinse

Chamois Dry

Exterior Windows

Tyre Shine

Perfume

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Prices

$199

$219

Station Wagon

Small SUV

$269

SUV

Ute

$299

Extras

Engine Bay Detail

$30

HeadLights Restoration

$60

Leather Supplement & Conditioner

$40

Mobile Detailing Services - Full Detail

​Has your car been dirty for a long time? Did you ever have the feeling that it might be impossible to clean your vehicle and get it back to its former glory? This is where the Full Detail option comes to play. We are experts in full interior and exterior detailing. We will bring your car as close as possible to showroom condition. The full interior will be soaped and scrubbed. The majority of the visible stains will disappear. The exterior will be thoroughly washed. You also have the option to add additional services like engine wash & detail and headlights restoration. We are also experts in classic cars restoration with the 3-stage paint correction option.

You can also ask for a hand polish with this service for an extra charge of $50. If you are willing to do some more work on your paint, then we would advise you to go for the Pre-Sale Detail option which includes a single-stage machine buffing of the exterior. Our Pre-Sale Detail option starts from $300 and comes with free headlights restoration and engine bay detail.

Useful Car Washing Tips

To keep the paintwork looking great, give it a wash every fortnight or so. As well as removing dirt, it will help to reduce unwanted abrasion and prevent the onset of rust. Some people think washing a car this regularly will remove the protective coating from its paintwork, but this isn’t always the case. Using the wrong thing, like washing up liquid, will damage the paint, and washing it regularly but never waxing it will also leave it exposed to damage. You could use a two in one shampoo and wax to help protect as you wash.

If you let your car air dry after you’ve cleaned it, water marks will develop on the surface — and these are often more difficult to remove than dirt and road dust.

To dry your car effectively, use a soft microfibre towel or chamois to carefully remove any and all water droplets from the paintwork. Using a long, figure of 8 action, start at the top of the car and work down each panel to remove excess water and leave the paintwork looking clean and clear.