Why Detail With Us?
When it's not just a car.
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Automobiles tend to be upwards of the second largest investment of a lifetime for many. For those who have been fortunate enough to turn a leased vehicle or even trade in a vehicle they will be able to tell you that the condition of the vehicle vastly impacts the value given to the vehicle at turn. Dealership "reconditioning" fees easily and quickly reach thousands. In most cases the monetary value of that vehicle drops as soon as that vehicle is purchased and driven off the lot. The huge investment, aside from the intrinsic satisfaction of the vehicle is something that should be properly preserved. As saying says "an ounce of prevention(proper prevention) is worth a pound of cure"
You should have your vehicle detailed properly, for the same exact reason you have you oil changed regularly, and for the same exact reasons you have your scheduled maintenance services including fluid changes, tune-ups. The various finishes on your vehicle are not impenetrable, and are not designed to be neglected, abused or completely ignored.
Otherwise, would a championship F1 racing team trust their multi-million dollar vehicle to a high visibility main thoroughfare mechanic that is known for "value priced" services? Of course not.
Should I detail new(or new to me)?
Yes, absolutely. Acid rain, industrial fallout, and bird droppings, bond and etch their way into the paintwork and other surfaces as they sit on dealer lots or in ports waiting for importation. Once the vehicle arrives at the dealership, they are quickly, carelessly washed or wiped down to be deemed presentable. When someone purchases a NEW vehicle they are often given the free dealer "options" of greasy tire shine, swirl marks, buffer hologramming and various leftovers from careless preparation.
An Auto Aesthetica New Vehicle Preparation would transform a "new" vehicle into something truly flawless. We also offer a myriad of globally sourced quality protection options that we are confident would easily outlast the "guaranteed" dealership bulk purchased "protection" options. Auto Aesthetica can also work with your dealership to ensure your vehicle is perfect upon delivery.
Most vehicles, new and used, sit in a dealership lot before a purchase. Imported vehicles sit in their shipping and reception ports before being delivered to a dealership. In both of these cases, the vehicles are subjected to environmental conditions that typically result in a lot of contamination often worsened by the fact that these cars see dirty contaminated washes and wipedowns to make them presentable. Believe it or not, many vehicles even leave the factory with paint defects that port workers and dealerships try to conceal with a "quick buff" using some low grade concealing glaze. The accumulative effects of all of this combined quickly take the visual appeal of a new vehicle away.
Used vehicles are a prime example of how a quality preparation can benefit a vehicle in place of a dealership "detail". Car dealerships, respectfully, have a goal: sell cars and maximize profits whilst minimizing "extra" costs to them. For this, vehicles are typically reconditioned with harsh chemicals and slathered in defect concealing glazes topped off with shiny, oily tire shine.
Often times if you asked a new vehicle owner if they thought the exterior of their vehicle looked and felt truly new, chances are they would say no. The interior might smell and look new, but the exterior may not look as sharp as expected and would more than likely have numerous blemishes. It would probably not feel or look FACTORY new. If you were to feel a brand new vehicle's freshly washed surface, aside from the visual defects you would quickly see, you would feel the severe amount of contamination present also probably easily noting the amount of swirls, hologramming and water spotting that is on the surface.