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We now accept Bitcoin!
24 Sep

We now accept Bitcoin!

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We now accept Bitcoin as payment for any of our services!

We will also be looking at accepting other cryptocurrencies as well in the future so keep an eye out. 

What a bad way to end your holiday!
20 Sep

What a bad way to end your holiday!

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The owner of this 2 year old BMW 5 series collected their car from the meet and greet service at Manchester airport after coming back from holiday at approximately 4 am in the morning. Upon collection they noticed the rubber mat had water on it, not thinking anymore of it they drove to a nearby Travelodge to get some sleep before driving home. Upon getting in their car later that day and in daylight they noticed the passengers front and rear footwells were soaking wet as well as the passengers seat, they also noticed a cigarette in the rear passengers footwell and a smell of smoke (neither of whom smoke themselves). The people from the meet and greet service had obviously been smoking in their car, had the window open to let the smoke out, not closed it properly and heavy rainfall had got in. Luckily they called us straight away and we have fixed all of the issues for them.
 
Do you need new headlights?
17 Aug

Do you need new headlights?

Have you ever seen a cars headlights that are all cloudy or yellowed?

Chances are you have as this is a very common problem on older cars, so why is this? Cars headlights are made from a strong but porous plastic called polycarbonate, to combat the porous issue the manufactures cover them with a protective film. Over a few years of abuse from the heat from the bulbs, U.V rays, and constant abuse from generally driving the protective film starts to fail which allows the polycarbonate to become oxidized hence the cloudy/yellowed look.

 

So what happens when your headlights start to cloud over do you need new headlights?

Quite simply no.. Our headlights restoration service will restore them back to as new condition saving you hundreds of pounds buying replacement units and having them fitted and setup.

 

So how do we restore you headlights?

After a thorough clean we then mask the lights to protect the surrouding areas. Using various grades of wet and dry paper we then sand the lights to remove the damaged layer. After the 2500 grit paper we then machine polish the lights to remove the sanding marks and restore clarity to the lights the end result being an as new look. The final step is to then add protection to keep the lights looking as new for up to 3 years.

IS there anyway to prevent this occurring?

Yes. The simple solution is add protection to your lights as you would your paint. Any wax or sealant or coating will prevent the damage from occurring as it does on paint or plastics. 

A cheap Detail is never good and a good Detail is never cheap!
10 Aug

A cheap Detail is never good and a good Detail is never cheap!

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As they say in our industry "a cheap Detail is never good and a good Detail is never cheap". Never a truer word spoken than shown in this picture.

 Incorrect pad/product combinations, poor techniques and not checking the work with a light source leads to poor quality results.  

Is that cheap Detail really worth it.....?

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