Your car’s paint is one the most prominent part of your vehicles, yet it is also one of the most fragile. It gets bombarded by environmental and industrial fallout that diminish its brilliance while improper washing techniques leave unsightly swirl-marks. But with proper techniques, a car detailer can easily remove most if not all imperfection on your paint via a “paint correction” process. At DBR Auto Detail this process entails cleaning your paint with an alkaline wash and decontaminating it with a clay bar and iron remover to remove all bonded contaminants. We then proceed to multiple polishing steps to buff out swirls, scratches and to reveal a deep shine that is often better than the day you first took possession of your vehicle.
Exterior detailing isn’t just about washing and polishing your car, it’s also about protecting it to maintain a high-gloss free of imperfection, oxidation, and corrosion. Professional detailers will employ different types of protective products, these include carnauba waxes, polymer sealants or ceramic car coatings. Waxes and sealants are the most popular types of protection mostly because they have been in the market far longer and are more affordable and simpler to apply, however, ceramic coatings are slowly becoming the preferred car paint protection for new and old vehicles as they deliver more gloss, scratch resistance, self-cleaning abilities and years of protection. Which makes sealants and waxes pale in comparison. We’re proud to offer all three types of protection to suit any budget or goal.
At DBR Auto Detail we go beyond simply washing your wheels. We make sure to use a strong iron removing cleaner to break down brake dust and restore a bright luster. We also make sure to give as much attention to the inner barrels of your wheels as the outer face. The wheel arches and tires are also cleaned with a dedicated cleaner that won’t turn black tires into brown, unattractive tires. Our team is also capable of removing wheels from your car to polish them and clean the suspensions. We finish by sealing all parts with a dedicated sealant or coating to maintain the brand new luster longer and avoid corrosion.