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4 Steps Designed To Improve Your Car Detailing Experience
Wash & Clean
Car Washing & Cleaning should be the first step of your car or bike detailing process. Wash the car using conventional two-bucket method using ph-neutral car wash shampoo. Or use a pressure washer using foam shampoo. Steam cleaning can also be done using steam machines. Iron & tar decontamination is essential along with claying to remove surface contaminants using automotive cleaning products. Cleaning is simple but a very important step in the automotive detailing process.
Polish & Correct
Scratches & swirls on the car paint surfaces are like wrinkles on human skin and is a sign of ageing. Removal of such defects from your ride is the most crucial part of the auto detailing process. Paint correction is all about removing these defects from paint surfaces. Good polishes is an essential in an auto detailing kit. We designed GreenZ Two-step Polishing System for the best car polishing results in less time & effort while polishing your car, and is designed for ceramic coatings.
Wax & Protect
Protection is the important step of your vehicle care process. Preserve the finish of your car after the polishing step of your vehicle detailing process by sealing it using any paint protection is essential. We have carnauba-based natural waxes, sealants and durable & hardest glass coatings to choose. Ceramic coating can protect external plastic parts from UV rays from fading. Our temperature resistant metal coatings can protect metal parts.
Maintain & Endure
Regular maintenance is essential after a professional car detailing session, a good wash & protect shampoo or using a maintenance coating can endure the protection on your car. Improper tools & techniques can induce swirls on car paint, so choose the right maintenance products. We have a good range of ph-neutral shampoos and paint-safe microfiber towels and other car detailing supplies. Proper maintenance should not be ignored to ensure the best return of your investment on a good protection of your car.
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What’s Auto Detailing?
Auto detailing is the art of restoring a vehicle to it’s factory condition. Auto detailing is a long process that involves cleaning and reconditioning of both interior and exterior of the car. The aim of this is to restore the paintwork by removing paint defects such as scratches, swirl marks, oxidations etc to make the car look brand new.
Is a vehicle detailing worth it? prices for car detailing may vary depends on the service providers, many wrongly understood that auto detailing is all about ceramic coating. In fact, ceramic coating is just an option in the protection stage of the vehicle detailing process.
Auto Detailing Process
The auto-detailing process includes various steps, these detailing steps can be grouped into four steps.
What’s Wax, Sealant & Ceramic Coating?
Waxes can be made from a natural wax, usually Brazilian carnauba which is rock hard in its natural form. Generally, waxes contain natural ingredients that protect the paint add gloss and depth to the paint also, bead water nicely.
Sealants contain man-made or synthetic ingredients, which last longer, they are easy to apply, and there’s nothing natural about them. A car paint sealant is made of polymers, which are composed of tens of thousands of synthetic particles that are linked together. When a sealant bonds to your vehicle’s paint, it forms a rigid shell.
Protection products are very important car care products
What’s 9H Hardness Coatings?
9H Hardness In Ceramic Coatings
9H hardness is now one of the most talked term in car care not just in India but across the world. But in some matured markets, sellers stopped mentioning about hardness of their ceramic coating because people over there are more educated on this, it may sound funny but it’s the truth.
Hence the term “9H hardness” will be continue to be (miss)used until we all get educated. And, yes we are trying to do that for you with this blog.
All of us use pencils. You surely recognise nice and soft 4B pencils, the most common HB pencils and the thin, sharp lines of 4H.