Decontamination is a vital step to keeping your vehicle looking its best and prevent any lasting damage.
Fall Out Remover
No, it’s not the type left by nuclear explosions. In this case, fallout is the metal particles and other pollutants that embed themselves into the paint.
Where does the metal come from?
After the vehicle has been produced it will sit in the factory storage until it is ready to be transported to the dealership. This can lead to heavy contamination known as industrial fallout. Then, once the car is on the road, more metal flakes off of the brake rotors known as iron fallout.
What can cause fallout?
Pollutants from factories, tree sap, and anything sprayed near your car like pesticides and concrete sealers. From sitting at a factory while waiting to go to the dealer to sitting outside in front of your house, there are plenty of opportunities for fallout to reach your paint
Deep cleaning of the interior including seat shampoo and steam cleaning
A Clay Bar Treatment is the process of using a clay bar to remove contaminants from the surface of your vehicle.
Clay bars are a resin mixture designed to remove contaminants from surfaces. When gliding the clay bar along the surface of your car, it picks up anything extending from the surface. The dust and dirt get stuck to the clay, and successfully removed the contaminant.
Clay comes in 3 different kinds.
Soft clay is for lightly contaminated vehicles.
Medium clay is the most commonly used clay as it is a great all round clay.
Hard clay is for the heavier contaminated vehicles, this clay is used when a vehicle hasn’t been clayed before. Using this clay can cause marring on the clear coat so a compound is highly recommended to remove any damage caused.
Tar & Glue Remover
During warm weather the road surface can disintegrate and small specks of tar are flicked onto your car and can be difficult to remove with shampoo alone. These spots show up especially well on light coloured cars and can spoil the look of a clean car.
Tar Remover can be used on the exterior of your car to remove tar spots, adhesive residues, fuel stains and tree sap.
Tar remover is a
We recommend that a decontamination is completed twice a year, just before winter and just before summer. It is also advised that a quality wax is applied after a decontamination to protect the paint from further contamination.