WAXING; smoothes the paint surface and will reduce the friction between debris and your car, meaning that tiny debris is more likely to slide off your car rather than damage it
BUFFING; removes oxidation and light scratches that years of being exposed to the elements can do to a vehicle’s paint, leaving a brighter, glossy finish. Start with the wool pad and buffing compound. These are more abrasive, which is what takes out those minor scratches in the clear coat
POLISHING; is a broad term for a range of processes designed to either remove or mask sub-surface paint defects and greatly enhance surface gloss in readiness for sealant or wax protection.
CLAYBAR; is an engineered resin compound used to remove contaminants from the surface of your car’s paint, glass, fiberglass and metal. … These contaminants pierce paint finishes, glass and
metal and remain stuck on your vehicle through rain, car washes, and even polishing.
ENGINE SHAMPOO; washing the engine getting rid of the grease from the engine steps include degreaser, water, vinyl and rubber dressing
HEADLIGHT RESTORATION; is the act of refinishing aged headlight lenses that have become discolored or dull due to oxidation primarily due to UV light and other environmental factors such as road debris impact (stones, sand, etc.) rain, and exposure to caustic chemicals.
STEAM CLEANING; use steam to quickly dry, clean, and sanitize inanimate surfaces. Often the process is effective enough to disinfect or even sterilize the surfaces. … The steam’s ability to clean is based primarily on its heat.