Mobile Auto Detail Facts, Questions and Answers
Mobile Auto Detail FAQ's:
- Why choose SVC Mobile Detail?
- Where do we clean vehicles?
- Is there a difference between detailing and car washing?
Detailing will guarantee the life of your paint and finish, which helps maintain the overall value of your vehicle. With the environmental ailments that your car or truck encounters on a daily basis, these natural chemical compounds can become harmful to your paint finish, leaving it looking worn and depleted. Detailing can leave microscopic wax particles that give your vehicle a deep shine and protects the paint finish. Detailing is a wise investment.
- How often should I have my vehicle detailed?
- Why choose a mobile detail versus a corner car wash?
- What is a clear coat?
- What is paint sealant?
- What are the benefits of waxing my car?
Choosing a company that uses the best waxing products and techniques will give you the peace of mind that your vehicle is well taken care of. Carnauba wax is produced by a Brazilian tree and is a product of choice by car collectors and enthusiast. Giving the protection from the UV rays, heat moisture, oxidation and environmental contamination. Every 6 to 8 weeks you would need to schedule a wax service to ensure more durability.
- What does polishing do for my car?
- What is clay bar process?
- What are swirl marks?
- What is buffing?
- What is oxidation?
- Is it safe to take my car to a drive thru car wash?
- Should I have my car detailing in the winter or during the rainy season?
- Do you detail and clean luxury vehicles?
- Do bird droppings and bugs ruin a paint job?
- Do you have Mobile Detail and Car Wash Packages available?
- I’ve just purchased a new car, so I don’t need to detail/clean it, do I?
First of all, just because the car coming out of the factory floor has been cleaned, it doesn’t mean that it came out flawless. Often times, the cleaning personnel miss small spots or imperfections in the coating or paint, and roll it out anyway.
Secondly, when the car arrives at the dealership, it is not uncommon that they use inexperienced employees to wash a new car, perhaps leaving scratches or swirls on the paint.
If you order a car from out of state or country, your new car has quite a journey to make, constantly being beat with exposure along the way. This will result in a premature decaying of the protective coat applied to the car, requiring you to wax your car anyway.
It is always a safe practice to detail and/or clean your car as soon as you get it, to avoid any of the situations as mentioned above.
- What is the difference between polishing and waxing?
Glossing, on the other hand, is used purely for boosting your car’s appearance, giving it that shiny, almost wet-looking finish.
- Detailing? Washing? What’s the difference?
Detailing, on the other hand, is a more extensive cleaning, cleaning junk that has penetrated your car’s protective wax layer.
- How do I know when to detail my car?
- Is it really necessary to wax my car?
Since the 1980’s, car manufacturers have been applying thin coats of protective material to the surfaces of cars that just came off the production line, to conceal the paint against the natural elements, ranging anything from UV radiation from the sun to bird droppings. Although these may leave a noticeable physical effect on the car (especially that of bird droppings), the coat prevents it from staining the paint itself, which makes it possible to simply wash off the stains on your car. However, exposure will eventually take its toll on the factory’s coat leaving your car increasingly vulnerable to the elements, as well as decrease the car’s overall appearance.
Applying wax to your car replenishes this layer that had corroded over time, at least temporarily (as in, the next few months) until the next time you wax your car.
SCV Mobile Detail
Castaic, CA 91384
Castaic, CA 91384