Car Cleaning Terminology
Auto detailing is the act of performing a thorough cleaning, restoration, and finishing of a motor vehicle, to produce show-quality cleanliness and polish. Detailing can be performed on a vehicle's exterior and/or interior.
Frequent washing of your vehicle is an important part of regular car maintenance. Over time, dirt and grime that isn’t cleaned can lead to the appearance of dull and faded surfaces. Quality washing products remove stubborn grime and environmental contaminants effortlessly without destroying your paint finish.
Car polish is a product & process that helps to eliminate surface scratches, swirls, oxidation, dirt, and other minor imperfections. Polish should be used before the wax, as it helps to restore auto paint that has lost its shine due to oxidation.
Waxing a car involves applying a thin coat of wax to your car's paint, allowing it to slightly harden, and then buffing it off with a towel or polisher. ... Although not visible to the naked eye this protective coat has numerous benefits for your car's paint. Polishing and deep-cleaning the exterior of your car is the backbone of a good auto detailing job. The idea is to provide a “sacrificial layer” to take the abuse that might otherwise damage the clear coat. In addition, properly applied wax can cover small scratches or light blemishes. Over time, say detailers, oxidation — which occurs when heat and oxygen combine — will break down even the highest quality vehicle paint.
Wheel & Tyre Care
Your wheels and tyres are the parts of your car that take the most abuse from rain, dirt, grime, debris, you name it. Tyres are literally where the ‘rubber meets the road’ and are critical to your safety and your vehicle’s performance. Proper tyre care and maintenance are therefore essential not only to extend the life of your tyres but to ensure a safer journey for longer. The best way to keep your wheels and tyres looking great is regular maintenance using a premium wheel and tyre care product.
Posted on Mar 05, 2021 by Panel Beater Directory