FAQ - boat detailing, vehicle detailing, and rv detailing
The Ins And Outs of How We Do Business
Frequently asked questions about Boat detailing, Vehicle Detailing, and RV detailing
How soon must I cancel my appoinment?
You must cancel your appointment within 24 hours of your scheduled appointment date and time.
Do I need to provide any of the cleaning products/materials or equiptment?
No. Not unless you have some specific products or equipment you want us to use.
Do you acid wash?
Yes we can acid wash the bottom of your boat. We only use gelcoat approved products to remove growth.
What kind of products do you use?
We only use top of the line products to detail with. We prefer Ceramic Pro, 3M and Megquires products because they are tried, tested, and prove to give the best shine.
Do you offer ceramic finishes?
Yes we do. We offer vehicle and marine grade ceramic finishes. Coating your vehicle or boat in ceramic requires our five step process. When it is applied, your vehicle or boat will have a "candy-like" finish that can last for years.
I had my boat detailed by another company several months ago and the oxidation returned, why did this happen?
Unfortunately, many companies send their detailers out without first discussing your boat. Those detailers show up and use "cleaner waxes" on your boat which does nothing to remove oxidation, it simply penetrates with the carnuba wax and petrolium. After a few weeks, the sun and heat deteriates the wax and the oxidation returns.
Billing & Pricing
Find The Best Package For Your Budget
We Accept Cash, All Credit Cards, Venmo, Cash App, and Zell
We also offer commercial account pricing structures.
We require a 24 hour cancellation notice due to the scheduling.
We believe customer service is the core of our work; we believe
in performing beyond your expectations. For this reason we take
care to create expectations before starting any detail work to ensure your complete satisfaction. It is our goal to be as proud of our work as you are of your vehicle, boat or RV.
"The bitterness of poor quality
remains long after the sweetness
of low price is forgotten." - Benjamin Franklin