The interior of your car suffers daily wear which leaves marks and scratches on the trim and builds up dirt on the seats. Vacuum your car regularly and treat the dash with a protective product. Clean and buff leather seats and clean spills on upholstery quickly to prevent permanent stains. Keep in mind that regularly cleaning your car inside will mean that when you periodically send it for a detailing, the detailing firm will be able to devote their energies in deep cleaning and finishing rather than wrestling with the accumulated day-to-day dirt. Everyone likes a clean car and a buyer is likely to be more impressed with a car that looks well maintained Whilst a good cleaning regime will ensure that the car is pleasant to occupy and will help in preserving the exterior, it is important to have it professionally cleaned on a regular basis. We use a comprehensive range of systems and topical cleaning products, designed specifically to address specific areas. The combination of the tools and products can in many cases achieve a far more thorough result than those available in quick wash. Families in particular, will know how tough children can be on car interiors, with feet marks on dashboards and on the rear of the front seats. The carpeting, upholstery, and vinyl and leather surfaces all trap dust, dirt, food particles, grease, body oils, animal hair, mud and tar – all which stain and degrade the textile fibres – and these are just the things you can see. Invisible to the eye are contaminants, germs, mould, and odours that result from ample living, creating an unhealthy and unclean environment. Beginning with a thorough inspection to identify problem areas, we take a number of factors into consideration when assessing a customized interior detailing.
- Type and age of the vehicle
- Condition of all the interior surfaces like the console, gauges, chrome, wood finish
- Type, composite, wearing, cracking or damage to upholstery such as leather, vinyl and fabric.
- Seat belts
- Extent of stains
- Source of odours
These factors help determine how much time, which processes are required and the tools and chemicals needed to effectively clean and condition the interior. This includes a thorough cleaning, sanitising, and conditioning of all interior components and materials including headliner, dash, console, seats, floor-mats, carpets, map pockets, cup holders, vents, switches, and buttons. When you get your vehicle back, it will smell fresh, clean, dry and spotless.