That depends on your vehicle size, condition and level of service desired. No two details are alike and our service is customized to your speciﬁcations. Please come by the shop for a free one-on-one consultation.
Auto detailing consists of the ﬁne art and science of maintaining or restoring the cosmetic appearance and cleanliness of an automobile. This is not to be confused with a car wash or just any establishment that offers detailing services. Each vehicle and it’s needs are unique and the process is different for each vehicle and it’s owner. A professional detailer will inspect your vehicle and create a custom list of services to make your vehicle look it’s best and meet your speciﬁcations. A professional detailer is a trained and certiﬁed technician in proper care and maintenance of your vehicle. Knowledge with regards to proper product usage and application are essential so as to provide your with professional results that protect and last. A professional detailer will also educate you for proper care and maintenance after your detail has been completed. Today many professionals including DiFiore’s Auto Detailing are a member of the IDA (International Detailer’s Association)
Yes. I am a trained IDA operator and certiﬁed technician. I have received advanced training with one of the detailing industry’s leading professionals Renny Doyle (Detailer Air Force One) I also attend ongoing industry training with the IDA and hands on training with other professional detailer’s annually.
Nano coatings consist of glass nano particles that create a hard protective molecular barrier between your clear-coat and the elements. It’s beneﬁts offer you the the highest level of paint protection the industry has to offer. It’s beneﬁts include: added UV protection, reduced marring from washing, drying and snow removal, bird droppings, tree sap, to tar and road grime. Shine and gloss are magniﬁed! Nano coatings are recommended for new car protection and cars less than ﬁve years old. Recommended for Sunday drivers, classics and show cars. For vehicles with water stains or scratches a paint correction step is required.
That depends on care after the detailing has been performed. Most of our clients have there cars detailed annually. For our clients desiring a higher level professional service and maintenance, they will visit us two to six times a year for cleaning and protection services.
Yes. Professional detailing will increase the value and is most cases the detail cost is recouped upon the sale with additional proﬁt. Your car will sell quicker and expand your market of perspective buyer’s because it is clean and has a well maintained appearance.
Paint correction is the removal of oxidation, scratches, swirls, mineral deposits and various paint defects. This process restores the luster and beauty to the painted surfaces of your vehicle making it look like new again. A paint thickness gauge is used for proper clear coat correction.
A paint thickness is a precision electronic instrument and is used for paint correction and wet sanding operations. It’s use aids the detail technician to remove clear coat safely and maintain manufacture’s speciﬁcations.
This is a special process that utilizes an electrical current. Nature creates O3 as a natural cleaner during thunderstorms. Normal oxygen (O2) is converted to (O3) which is commonly called ozone. It converts back to O2 in about an hour. This leaves the fabrics and air clean and fresh. Organic and natural!
State of the art detail washing equipment is used to wash your vehicle using as little as ﬁve gallons of water. We can now wash your vehicle better using less water. Steam and low water volume power washing clean your vehicle better than a standard hand wash by using less water and is good for our Environment.
Detailer’s clay is like a ﬁne piece of putty that is used to remove contaminates from the clear-coat. It is used after initial decontamination and washing is completed. This process prepares the paint for bufﬁng.
As with all car washes, harsh chemicals high in ph alkaline are used to remove dirt and grime from your car. Soap and chemicals left behind leave paint stains, and deteriorate the plastics and clear-coat.