At this time, we do not remove any parts from the vehicle that requires loosening or removing any bolts or screws. The only parts we remove are the panels that are only held down by tabs as those are meant to come off with ease.
If the paint has a clear coat on it, we can polish it. If it’s painted but doesn’t have a clear coat, we aren’t able to polish it.
When we get engine bays like this, we don’t use a pressure washer or hose. We’ll use our steamer, towels, brushes, and water in a spray bottle so we can control where we spray. This will ensure we don’t get water where it’s not supposed to be.
Yes! If you’d like us to polish a certain part of the engine but we can’t readily access it, you can take off whatever parts needed for us to complete the job. For example: removing the front bumper to polish the intakes.
Generally speaking, there’s not much we can do as a detailer to make a significant difference in the appearance. We might be able to reduce some of it, but if a hard object hits the plastic or something similar to that, we won’t be able to make a major transformation on it.
As long as there’s a clear coat on a painted surface, whether that’s the exterior paint, parts of an engine pay, or on the interior of a car, it can be polished out!
It’s a tad different. Instead of using a compound and polish, we’ll just one an aluminum polish to cut through all the haze and oxidation. Since a lot of the parts are rounded and intricate, we’ll do most of it by hand (depending on the size and location of it).