Mobile Car Detailing Sydney
One Of The Best Mobile Car Detailing Sydney Can Have
Mobile Car Detailing - Pre-Sale Detail
Floor Mats Shampoo
Roof Liner Cleaning
Interior Wipe + Interior Shine
Dashboard & Console Conditioner
Wheels Pressure Water Clean
Pressure Water Body Rinse
Door Jambs Cleaning
Shampoo Body Wash
Clay Bar Treatment
Pressure Water Rinse
Machine Cut & Polish (Single stage buffing)
Mobile Detailing Services - Pre-Sale Detail
The Pre-Sale Detail is the highest option you can get when you are fully detailing your vehicle. With the normal detailing, you generally get the e interior of your car fully detailed, and the exterior washed and waxed. With the pre-sale detail option you get the machine cut & polish, the engine bay detail, and the headlights restoration on top of the normal detailing. The engine bay detail is priced for $30, the headlights restoration is priced for $60, and the single-stage buffing starts from $150. So by booking this services, you basically get $240 worth of extra work done on your car for only $100 extra. If you are planning to sell your vehicle in the near future, do not hesitate to call us now. Detailed vehicles can get you anywhere between $1000 & $1500 extra compared to same vehicles in bad condition.
For the single-stage machine buffing, we use a medium cutting compound with wax. So basically you are getting your car buffed and waxed at the same time. This way we ensure that the newly revealed surface of your paint will be protected for the next few weeks.
Some Tips For You
To reduce the risk of swirl marks in the future, make sure you rinse your sponge (or cloth) regularly during washing, preferably in a separate bucket. Dirt particles on the sponge can easily cause damage to the paint, so try to get the sponge or cloth as clean as possible before bringing it back to the paintwork.
Swirl marks are super fine scratches that appear on the surface of your car’s paint, and can be caused by using the wrong kind of cloth or sponge, or using one that’s dirty. Some people might tell you that covering the car in wax will remove the marks, but this isn’t the case. Instead, the best way to remove swirl marks is with a quality car polish. Paint polish is best done with a dual action polisher. If you are not confident using it on your car, call a professional and let him do the risky work for you.