Once the car is completely washed, it is dried using a chamois or microfiber towel. This helps prevent water spots and ensure a streak-free finish.
Claying – This is a process that is used to remove any dirt, grime, and contaminants that are stuck on the car’s surface. A clay bar is used to remove these contaminants, leaving the car’s surface smooth and clean.
Polishing – This is the process of removing any scratches or oxidation on the car’s paint. This is done with a rotary buffer, and a polish is applied to the car’s surface to help remove any scratches or oxidation.
Waxing – This is the process of applying a wax to the car’s surface to protect it from the elements. Wax helps protect the car’s paint from UV rays, dirt, and other contaminants.
Interior Detailing – This is the process of cleaning the interior of the car. This includes vacuuming the carpets, cleaning the upholstery, and cleaning the dashboard and other interior surfaces.
Glass Cleaning – This is the process of cleaning the windows and windshield of the car. This is done with a special glass cleaner and a microfiber cloth.
These are the basic steps that car detailers use to get the car looking clean and shiny. With the right products and techniques, a car detailer can make any car look like new.