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This service is provided by me and my brother, at our house(We have everything we need here) which has a car-port big enough to fit most cars in.
We have a wide variety of products to suite your cars paint.

While you are waiting im sure we can provide you with drinks, a toilet and an xbox 360 to play with :), if that doesnt suit you one of us could allways drop you off in the local shopping center (Hanley) and pick you up when you're done.

If you're intested just drop me a pm or reply to this message

If you wish to disccus things about the detail etc feel free to pm me and i give you my mobile number.


Option 1 - This will make your car shine as if it was new, it will be protected from the elements such as road grime etc and will be as smooth as glasss.

Jet washed
Mix of snow foam + auto brite orange zest (de-greaser) (left for 5 mins)
Hand washed with the 2 bucket methord (Meguiars #60 car shampoo)
Wheels treated with megs wheel brightener (to remove any containments)
Clayed with megs smooth clay
Washed again then jet washed off
Car dryed with sonus de wonder drying towel and megs last touch
Any non colour coded parts of the car taped up to stop white marks
dodo lime prime applied by hand
Megs super resin polish applied by hand then buffed off with a microfiber cloth
carnauba wax applied by hand (brand dependant on car colour)
Wheels sealed with Poor boys wheel sealent
Windows cleaned with megs fast glass

£50
Time taken 3-4 hours (approx.)


Option 2 - Light Swirl & scratch removel this will correct faded paint, and as above leave your car really smooth and shiney!

*** NOTE: This is not full paint correction! ***


Jet washed
Mix of snow foam + auto brite orange zest (de-greaser) (left for 5 mins)
Hand washed with the 2 bucket methord (Meguiars #60 car shampoo)
Wheels treated with megs wheel brightener (to remove any tar, stuck on brake dust and all other containments)
Clayed with megs smooth clay (removes tar etc so the paint is smooth
Washed again then jet washed off
Car dryed with sonus de wonder drying towel and megs last touch
Any non colour coded parts of the car taped up to stop white marks
Paint work is fully machine polished using a range of fine abrasive polishes to remove fine scratches, oxidation, swirl marks and other paint defects
(A combo of Menzerna 3.02 and 3m fast cut and then finished off with Menzerna final finish)
dodo lime prime applied (Pre wax cleaner)
Megs super resin polish applied by hand then buffed off with a microfiber cloth
carnauba wax applied by hand (brand dependant on car colour)
Wheels sealed with Poor boys wheel sealent
Windows cleaned with megs fast glass & treated with RainX (Your choice)

£70
Time taken 5-6 hours (approx. depending on the condition of the pain)

........... Time for some pictures of our work!

Before:

After:



50/50:



Our 'kit'



All ready for the PC:


During:



reflection shots:










Thanks alot.

Matt & Nick

Postcode: ST3 7JB (for ideas on traveling times)
 

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i can vouch for how clean shents car is tbh
 

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i'm tempeted tbf , but as said its a fair trek, and when i got home i'd have to clean it again, coz its an uber trek :(
 

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Matt... out of interest... say, if someone cleaned their car with a washing up sponge (the rough side) ans scratched the paintwork.... would you be able to get it out??
 

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Depends how bad the scratches are mate, if they are just swirls and you cant feel the scratch's with you're hand/finger 90% yes


If you can feel them, i can hide them a bit but to remove it you would need it done by a pro with wet and dry :)


Hope this helps James

And thanks :D
 

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Depends how bad the scratches are mate, if they are just swirls and you cant feel the scratch's with you're hand/finger 90% yes You can't quite feel them.... just can see them quite bad :(


If you can feel them, i can hide them a bit but to remove it you would need it done by a pro with wet and dry :)


Hope this helps James

And thanks :D
Cheers dude, my dad's attempt at washing their car!
 

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where about in Stoke are you Shent. I may be tempted by this about May time after i get back from my holiday and the weather gets a bit better.
Thanks Nathan
 
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