For car owners, getting an auto detailer to work on the interior of their vehicle is worthwhile for a number of reasons. Not only will the interior of their car be cleaned professionally, but it’ll be done through vacuuming, steam-cleaning, using liquid cleaners, glass cleaning, and brushing, among other techniques. Additionally, the detailer will be cleaning parts made of leather, vinyl, natural fibres, and plastics—including seats, windows, door panels, and dashboards.
The detailing process for a car’s interior cabin typically requires more time and effort to complete than detailing its exterior. However, it will not only make the inside cleaner and smell nicer, but also reduce operational hazards—such as windows being dirty and hazy, which could impede the driver’s view. It’ll also help prevent allergens from being spread—making for a safer and healthier drive for the car owner.
Exterior detailing isn’t simply a brief wash of the outside of a vehicle. Rather, it’s a more complex, intensive detailing of its exterior components. A vehicle will no doubt see its share of road salt, rocks, gravel, and/or dust from construction areas. Exterior detailing can help greatly improve its outward appearance by using products like degreasers, waxes, and detergents.
Exterior detailing can include washing and drying a car’s body, wheels, tires, and windows; using clay bars to remove dust and grit; applying a sealant to protect the paint; and getting rid of—or at least reducing—surface scratches by polishing the exterior. The sealant can protect the vehicle from exposure to sunlight, as well as water, dirt, and tar, among other things.