Frequently Asked Questions - FAQs
Gloss Detailing believes when a client buys a car, its not just a car. You may be realizing a dream. Gloss Detailing approaches each and every vehicle with respect.
Utilizing the correct techniques’ and only the worlds finest quality cleaners, boutique waxes, sealants and dressings to ensure your vehicle has the absolute best in protection and appearance.
A new car rarely leaves the showroom with adequate protection as well as a high quality finish. In fact, a brand new car is not always as new as one would think; the vehicle is usually subject to various contaminants in the air during transportation and long storage times. After which, once the vehicle has arrived at the dealership, the vehicle is commonly subject to a quick wash with a dirty sponge and chamois which will in turn inflict more damage to the paintwork. This is not the perfect start for your pride and joy. For this reason alone the “New Car Detail” has been introduced. It will provide the perfect foundations and the car will look better than brand new as well as being well protected. The client will also be informed with which products to use and how to maintain the high level of finish that Gloss achieves.
After evaluating the vehicle we can determine whether the car will require paint correction. A full account of what is required will be proposed and any queries can be answered before the detail takes place. Paint correction will be required on swirl marks, bird dropping stains, etc. Once completed, the results will be extremely noticeable and all reflections will be clear through the paintwork.
The 100% Genuine Sheepskin Wash Mitt can not possibly be any softer to the touch, so there is simply nothing better for your vehicle. The lavish strands of wool hold generous amounts of soapy water allowing a thorough and deep cleanse for your car. Thick wool fibres safely trap loose dirt particles during the wash, thus protecting the paint and clearcoat from scratches and swirls unlike conventional sponges. The sheepskin wash mitt accomplishes gentleness beyond what can be achieved with a common sponge or cloth.
Just give us a call on 0429707066 and we can arrange a suitable time that is convenient for you. Alternatively, you can email us at email@example.com
Whilst it is not absolutely necessary for us to work undercover it is preferable to do so to keep the panels from getting too hot. However, vehicles do need to be in a covered shaded area for paint corrections.
Yes we are fully insured to work on your pride and joy.
Yes, however with prior arrangement water and electricity may be provided if required.
Or you may desire to try our "Gloss Eco Clean"
There is a no straight forward answer to this question. The principle reason being, we cannot determine an exact time without evaluating the condition of your vehicle before hand. This is a common question and we insist on not letting the client down so we therefore prefer to assess the car before hand. Although generally, our Mini Details and Mini Plus Details average 1 to 4 hours. Paint correction requires at least 1 full day plus, depending on condition of your vehicle.
The protection system will last a considerable amount of time. There is no concrete answer to how long exactly as there are various factors that will influence the longevity of the protection. Below is a list of just a few factors:
• How frequently the vehicle is used
• How frequently the vehicle is washed
• What products are used when washing
• Where the vehicle is parked/stored
• The climate also is a factor, whether the vehicle is subjected to wind/rain etc
On average the protection will last approximately 6 to 12 months. However, protection top up treatments are recommended throughout the year, to optimize protection and appearance.
At Gloss Detailing we aim to work around our clients’ convenience, including weekends.
Yes - And provided you have the appropriate permission and there is access to power and water.
Yes, however most vehicles fall within our price structure. Any price increase will result in confirmation with the client before commencing work.