Hand applied Autoglym resin wax polish leaving your car shining and with a protective wax coat.
Your car should ideally be wax polished every three months to prevent deterioration fading, marking and marring of the paint work.
A mini version of the 3-stage Compound Polish for single panels or problem areas.
Full machine wax polish, removing swirls and scuffs from finish. Six month high gloss sealant applied.
A layer of sealant will enhance the effect of the wax applied, and also preserve the wax coat for up to six months.
Wax-polishing also protects against environmental pollutants, UV rays and salts carried in the air which fade and damage your cars finish.
Using a machine to polish a car enhances and improves on simply hand waxing. The wax is heated and forms a stronger bond to the cars paint whilst also making better use of the petroleum distillate in the wax to cut through and smooth out imperfections.
After buffing the vehicle an Autoglym high gloss sealant is then applied to the paint, effectively sealing the wax underneath.
This seal not only keeps your car cleaner longer, the polymers bond with the wax to give a deep layered gloss that looks almost wet on the surface. Your car will look as good as the day you drove it out of the showroom.
Clay Bar Treatment, Autoglym Radiant Wax Polish and High Def Carnuba Wax: €250 - The Ultimate Paint work Finish
Your car is under constant attack from contaminants such as tree sap, brake dust and industrial pollution which embed themselves into the surface paint work. These are not removed even after polishing and have an effect on your cars finish. The detailing clay bar removes these contaminants restoring your cars paint work to a smooth as glass finish which is complimented by a further coat of Autoglym Radiant Wax Polish. Following these two processes a top coat of High Definition carnuba wax is applied, leaving a deep, layered and glossy shine. High Definition wax will last upwards of 6 months on your cars paint.
Autoglym High Definition Carnuba Wax: Designed to be used on fine quality paint work where the owner wishes to achieve a concours winning shine. High Definition Wax imparts a lustre and depth of shine normally only found on the most expensive hand built cars.
High Definition Wax contains a carefully balanced complex blend of durable polymers, Carnauba and microcrystalline waxes, combined with selected solid saturated hydrocarbons and oils. Surfaces treated with High Definition Wax display very high gloss combined with exceptional resistance to environmental contaminants e.g. salt, detergents, UV light, acid rain, industrial fallout, etc. The product is completely free of abrasives, water and emulsifiers.
A specialised three stage process for restoring the lustre to your cars paint work.
Your car will be treated with a machine applied compound paste which smoothes out scratches and hazing in your cars lacquered paint work. This process is then followed by a layer of Autoglym Radiant wax polish, then, a final top coat of long lasting polymer sealant.
It is a step up from the Machine polish and sealant for those cars in need of some TLC, or which have incurred accidental damage. Examples of the finish you can expect can be seen on our gallery page.
The purpose of polishing is to remove contamination, swirls, scratches and other imperfections from the paint. In contrast to the clay, which removes contamination from the surface of the paint, polishes penetrate the clear coat or the paint itself on single stage paint. Polishes are classified based on how abrasive they are. Rubbing Compound will remove the heavy scratches and oxidation. It can be compared to a fine sandpaper. Polish is used to remove light oxidation and fine scratches. It can also be used to remove light imperfections such as swirl marks or water spots.