"Trusted Detailing's ability along with their knowledge of high speed buffers was a major reason I selected them to be involved with detailing Air Force One. They are some of the most skilled detailers I have worked with and their commitment to providing top notch work was a chief reason they took part in this project"
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"I drive a 1967 Camaro and 2005 Audi S4, so when it comes to detailing, I don't want harsh chemicals anywhere near my car. Trusted Detailing made my cars look better than ever, and didn't leave a toxic smell behind. The 'green' approach is definitely best for my car, as well as the environment."
As a member of the Spokane Model T Club as well as the INCC, I tried a new business called Trusted Detailing. They worked on my 1953 Chevy just prior to the Downtown Car Show. It never looked better "!
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They've done 4 of my vehicles and I would never go anywhere else. All the services I've received have been flawless. I had all 4 vehicles detailed and two of them tinted. They don't need any excuses that time will make the wrinkles or air bubbles go away because there never are any. They get it done right the first time and at a great price and this spring I'm having them detail all 4 of my cars again.
"I bought a brand new 2009 Civic LX-S recently. As I was really concerned about privacy and security in and out of my car, I carefully narrowed down which company I should take my baby for window tinting. Before I used their services, I looked up the pics that they have done for other customers' car and I question to myself, is it real? Are they doing that perfectly? Now, I can definitely say YES. They can help you get what you want and what you expect and even some addition you may not think of. If you got questions, don't be afraid to ask! They will do the best to help you and solve your problems. Trusted Detailing - It's a place that YOU can trust!"
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I have a 1959 Chevy Corvair ($30,000 just on paint) and I heard about Trusted Detailing from other people who also have classic cars. I don't let anyone touch my cars (I have 19 classic cars) and I kept hearing about Trusted and how good they were. I took the chance and had them buff our $30,000 paint job and wow !"
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Is it better to use a "wax" or a "sealer" to protect my car's finish?
Both types of products will protect your paint against moisture, ozone and ultraviolet rays. Sealers, which are typically petroleum based and contain silicones, usually last much longer (up to a year or more) than ordinary wax.
Clear Seal is finally here after years in development. From conception to realization, the principal and design emphasis of Clear Seal was quite fundamental - an advanced total synthetic polymer protectant!
Yes, achieve award winning gloss and protective durability that far exceeds waxes and protects your vehicle at least one year or longer.
CAUTION: Wax or sealer for a base coat, clear coat finish should contain no abrasives or polish. Abrasives are often added to wax to remove the oxidized layer from the surface of the paint. When the wax is applied, it has a polishing effect that helps shine up dull, faded paint. It works great on solid color finishes, but not clear coated finishes because it scratches and dulls the clear coat and today 95% of all cars sold have a clear coat finish.
Carnauba wax is the preferred car wax of collectors and concours enthusiasts because it creates a rich, warm glow. It doesn’t appear to sit on the paint. It transforms the paint into a deep, liquid pool that shimmers under changing light conditions. The more carnauba wax, the more shine.
The wax is produced by the Brazilian Tree of Life, a palm tree, in order to coat its leaves. The wax provides protection from the sweltering sun and it sheds water so it falls onto the ground and is absorbed by the tree’s roots. If you think back to junior high science class, you might remember that plants absorb oxygen through their leaves. For this reason, carnauba wax is breathable. Good for the tree and good for your paint.
Carnauba is rock hard in its natural form. When the leaves of the Tree of Life are harvested, the wax flakes off as the leaves dry out, or they are put into a machine that removes the wax. It comes off in hard flakes. Car Wax makers have to blend the wax with oils, petroleum distillates, or a solvent called naptha (commonly used to thin wood varnishes and paints) in order to make the wax workable. The very best carnauba-based car wax is only about 1/3 natural carnauba. It’s probably for the best since the price gets higher and higher as the concentration of carnauba rises. When a product advertises “pure carnauba car wax” or “100% carnauba car wax”, they are referring to the purity of the carnauba that is in the product, not the product as a whole.
The drawback of carnauba waxes, if you can call it a drawback, is that it does not last as long as a synthetic sealant. A carnauba car wax finish will wear off in approximately 6 to 8 weeks. It depends heavily on the climate in which you live and whether or not your vehicle is garaged. Daily commutes in a hot, humid climate mean a shorter life span for your carnauba wax coat.
Paint sealants are kind of the anti-carnauba. They last a lot longer, they are easy to apply, and there’s nothing natural about them. This is surface science at its best.
A paint sealant is made of polymers, which are composed of tens of thousands of synthetic particles that are linked together. When a sealant bonds to your vehicle’s paint, it forms a rigid shell. It is not the warm carnauba that seems to melt into the paint. Paint sealants sit on top of the paint like a transparent chain metal suit. They are glossy and slick, but carnauba lovers will tell you they do not have the warmth and depth of a carnauba.
Paint sealants have gotten progressively more popular as time goes on. Some people really love the hard-as-glass look. In an industry that is driven by technology, it seems appropriate that an engineered paint protector is the new favorite among the younger generation of detailers.
The real selling point of a paint sealant is the durability. A premium paint sealant can last 4 to 6 months, sometimes longer. The sealants Trusted Detailing uses last over 12 months.
There are a lot of differences between paint sealants and natural carnauba waxes. Glassy, hard shell or deep, liquid shine? Six weeks or 12 months? These are the basic questions you have to answer before selecting your paint protection.