Anything within a 25 mile radius of Burlington NC. Anything outside will be charged an additional fee.
The top layer of your paint is becoming lost. Gradually it will become duller as time progresses if precautions are not met in enough time.
Leaves a satin or glossy finish. Helps prevent drying, fading or cracking.
Your seats are porous . The suns Ray's absorb the oils that are in the leather. It is recommended that you clean and condition them once every two weeks.
Cash and Credit Cards. An additional fee will apply for Card payments. Checks are not accepted.
If your paint has any surface contamination such as paint over spray & tree sap. Some containments are hidden to the human eye. If the surfaces of the paint are not smooth then your clear coat needs attention.
Once every 6 months.
Yes every product used is.
Average is 4 to 5 hours. Depends on size of vehicle, condition and if services are requested.
Yes with steamer and spot treatment if needed.
When you contact Andy's Mobile Detail they're a series of questions asked to help determine what services are needed so you won't waste your hard earned money on something unnecessary. Pictures are requested before price is given.
24 hour notice. We understand if you have to reschedule. Things happen in life! All we ask is for you to let us know as soon as possible. We strive to accommodate everyone.
Remove all trash and personal belongings. If excessive trash & contraband remain a $20 fee will be charged.
Cash & credit/debit cards. Checks aren't allowed. 3.5% processing fee for cards are added balance. Form of payment is due once Detail is completed.
The most damaging aspect of pollen, however, is not the thorns, but the acidity. So when your vehicle is covered with pollen, the oncoming rain is what will activate the acid properties which will, over time, deteriorate your vehicle’s paint.
What can I do to protect my vehicle from having this happen? Before the season of pollen starts in North Carolina have it polished. Ask yourself if I have it polished to protect it in the winter from when the roads are salted then why is it any different then the spring and summer? It isn't!
General rule of thumb at least have it polished once every 6 months!!