What We Do

With the increase in roadside car washes the need for detailing services has also risen. Every time you use a bucket and sponge on your vehicle you risk trapping microscopic particles of dirt between the surface of your vehicle and the sponge causing the unsightly marks we all hate. For this reason Deadeye Detailing will only wash your vehicle in the safest way possible.

Car Wash Technique

Contaminants bonded to your vehicle’s surface also alter the light reflection; some may not be visible to the naked eye. Industrial fallout can rust causing an orange tinge to your car’s paint, tar spots can be seen (especially on lighter colour cars) and tree sap can stain your paint. Here at Deadeye Detailing we are able to remove the bonded contaminants safely and effectively.

Decontamination Technique

Deadeye Tip

“Wash your vehicle and place your hand inside a sandwich bag; gently glide your hand over the surface and you will feel the bonded contamination.”

The Process

The first step in the process is to not only asses the level of damage to the paint but also the thickness of the paint. Polishing a vehicle involves the removal of microscopic levels of paint (on most modern cars it’s actually clear coat) so assessing the thickness level is imperative. The very latest in lighting specifically designed for highlighting defects in paint (clear coat) from Scangrip is used to highlight the defects.

With the inspection done we are now ready to polish. Through the process of a test section the correct pad and polish combination is selected to meet the service chosen.

A single stage polish may or may not remove all defects but will lessen them and improve gloss.

A 2-stage polish will remove most defects in the paint and leave a brilliant gloss.

A multistage polish will remove as much of the defects as is safe and leave an unrivalled level of gloss.

It’s impossible to put into words the processes involved in polishing; it may be your car only requires a single stage, or it may be it does in fact need a 3-stage, this will be discussed once the car has been inspected and after discussing your expectations at quotation stage.

We are now ready to apply the LSP (last step protection). The LSP of choice is entirely up to yourself, again it can be discussed. The LSP you choose can give your vehicle a different finish.

Carnauba wax can appear warm, rich and wet especially on darker coloured vehicles.

Synthetic polymer sealants leave a more slick looking finish and last longer than wax.

Coatings can last a long time (up to five years in some cases) and can offer protection against scratches, but leave a more clinical look.

What About the Inside?

Many people forget about the inside of their vehicle, but this is the area where we spend most of our time! A basic tidy up involves cleaning all glass, wiping down all surfaces and of course a full vacuum.

A more in-depth treatment will include a full deep clean of the leather followed by feeding the leather with a product that will not rot stitching or change the colour or feel of your leather. All non-leather surfaces are cleaned and dressed with a non-greasy dressing, vents dusted and carpets cleaned and protected.

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