Wash & Wax: Next Level Shine
Protect Your Car From The Wild Houston Weather
Houston's crazy climate can be very damaging to a car's paint. From the brutal heat and humidity to the downpours we experience during hurricane season.
If you don't garage keep your vehicle you know how pesky it can be to deal with bird droppings and tree sap.
This service adds an extra level of protection against the harsh elements while giving a major shine to your car's appearance.
Clean wheels, tires, and gas cap
Thorough vehicle wash
Chemical decontamination using an iron remover
Clay bar paint to remove any dirt and debris thats stuck in the paint
Apply a layer of wax to all painted surfaces
Wipe away any left over residue
Dress tires and plastics for shine and
Clean glass and windows
If you want to protect the exterior of your vehicle why not protect the inside?
Add our Full Interior Cleaning to this service to add UV protection to your plastics and leathers to prevent any cracking or peeling inside your vehicle.
Wash & Wax FAQs
Do you come to me?
Yes, we're a fully mobile unit that allows us to perform our detailing service wherever you're at. We service the Greater Houston along with sorrounding areas such as Cypress, Tomball, Katy, Sugarland, and many more.
What kind of wax do you use?
We use a few different brands including Meguiars, Wolfgang, and Mother's. So it comes down to the vehicle and what we think is the most approriate to make the vehicle stand out the most.
How long does the wax last?
It depends on how you store your vehicle. If it's garage kept 80% of the time, it can last from four to six months. If your car is sitting out in the harsh elements, you might get three months out of it.
Do I need to maintain the wax?
We suggest that anyone who purchases this service to check out our Maintenance Program. This is the best way to ensure that you get the most out of your wax and you get a mini-interior detail as well.
Does this remove scratches from my paint?
Applying a wax will hide light scratches by filling them in, not actually removing them. Nonetheless, your paint will have a mirror-like shine from the wax creating a "flat" surface.