Buff Guy Auto Detailing Boise,ID
Some things are going to share with you and yes you can be free to voice your own opinion some people think I say somebody sayings just because I am a detail shop.
+ Question number one : What if I run my vehicle through an automatic car wash, is it going harm my vehicle.
+ Answer : Touch free automatic car washes use a very strong detergent to remove the dirt from your vehicle without touching it. So imagine what this can do to your finish. First off it will strip any wax from the paint, then once you have stripped the wax away and you continue to take your vehicle through the automatic car wash it will start to eat away at the clear coat then to the paint itself. It also strips away the finish from black rubber molding and trim the glossy finish on wiper arms.
+ Question number two : How did I get all the swirl marks in my paint. Can you remove them.
+ Answer : Swirl marks can be a result of many things, wiping the vehicle drive with the dirty towel, Automatic carwashes that use brushes, do-it-yourself car wash with a dirty brush, or the result of a really bad buff and wax job done improperly most times with the vehicle in dusty open air environment. There is just a greater risk in possibilities of the wind blowing yes back onto the cleaning vehicle. If you have dirt and dust on your paint finish we sure don't want to use a high-speed buffer I will just leave piles of swirls. That is why here at buff guys auto detailing would prefer not to wax or buff a car that's not in our shop. We take all the necessary steps to make sure your vehicle has a swirl free finish. If you have swirl marks they can be removed if they are not too severe.
+ Question number three : this is a frequently asked question how often should I wax my vehicle.
+ Answer : The Answer I always give it should be washed and waxed at the beginning and end of every season approximately every three months. If you do this it will give your vehicle excellent layers of protection from the winter and harsh environments.
+ Question number four : I'm not sure how I got these but I have water spots all over the side of my car? In there'll on one side and I can't get them removed.
+ Answer : I think most of you know this one. Yes most likely from your lawn sprinklers. Often times the water that comes out of the sprinkler system has a lot of iron and it causes of spotting.
They can't be removed with buffing compounds.
This is not a question and answer one this is just something for you to think about. You're always in a hurry and just run your vehicle through the automatic carwash yes I know and these days they can be cheap and you say you never have enough time in a day to have your vehicle detailed. But always remember cheap and fast is going to be expensive later at the detail shop because we're going to have to remove all the scratches caused by the automatic car washes.