How about a Ford Expedition and a Audi A4? Do you do engine detailing, fee? I've never heard of a spray wax. Is it as good as a paste etc.? It sounds like it doesn't last as long. What about removal of mag-chloride from chrome areas, wheels?
Robert L. asked on Feb 8, 2014
If the Expedition is not the EL there would be no additional charges if it is an EL there is a 15.00 charge for the size. Yes we can do engine detailing it is $25.00 additional and is a clean and dress (we do not use dirt attracting silicone based dressings they are all water based). Spray waxes in this day and age can be very protective if it is a high quality product, we only use only the highest quality products available (we know everyone says that but here it is true) We use products from Meguairs, Adams, Lucas, Milgore, 1Z, Prima, Optima, ect... The spray wax we use helps insure there are no added scratches durring application as well as it truly protects the finish of your vehicle for about 3 months (this is based on how you clean the vehicle, if you run them through an automatic wash system (tunnel wash) the likelyhood of any protective coating lasting past the wash is minimal as they use highly caustic soaps to remove the road films where if you hand wash it with a car wash soap (not a dish soap, please never do that) it will last a long time we have even seen 4-5 months). Paste waxes are ok but honestly they are more beauty or boutique waxes that only last truly about 2-4 weeks (carnuba is a natural wax that evaporates over a short period) as well as they tend if gotten on black trim or moldings to discolor them where a spray wax does not. Mag-Chloride is a nasty thing in most cases we can get chrome or sealed polished metals looking great, there are some things to look out for before thinking all your chrome will look perfect, The biggest problem we see is what is called Mag-Burn that is the little gold or copper spots you may see on chrome... This is caused by the M-C eating the cheaper chrome top layer it causes the nickel or copper base to bleed through and is irreversible generally you will see this on low end aftermarket wheels and factory chrome grill surrounds and trim. M-C can etch the clear coated surfaces of your paint and headlights as well. We recommend that after a snow storm when most of the roads are dry to at least do a quick rinse of the vehicle to keep that junk from eating the wax and moving on to the paint. If you have any more questions please call or email us directly! 303-424-5683 or firstname.lastname@example.org Hopefully this is not just an overload of info for you and it is educational and helpful.
CrownKote C. from Merchant replied on Feb 8, 2014