Invisible Touch Detailing - Automotive an Marine Specialist

Swirls Holograms Faded paint

FAQs about Detailing

What do swirls, holograms and faded paint look like?

Can a new car benefit from a detail?

What is carnauba wax?

Can I bring my vehicle to you?

How do I book?

I would like my vehicle prepared for a concourse event, can you help?

 

 

What do swirls, holograms and faded paint look like?

Please view the pictures on the left for examples.

Top - Swirls

Middle -Holograms

Bottom - Faded paint


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Can a new car benefit from a detail?

A new car is a perfect base to receive a treatment from Invisible Touch Detailing and will allow it to be maintained correctly from day one. Its fresh ‘showroom finish’ under close inspection, can quite often not be what you would expect. They have often been sat at the docks, subject to harsh environmental contamination or prepared by the dealer with poor techniques which can result in your first day of ownership not being quite the memory you had hoped for.


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What is carnauba wax?

Carnauba wax comes from a Brazilian tree formally named Copernicia Prunifera and is often referred to as the ‘Queen of Wax’ In hot, dry weather, the plant secretes wax to protect the leaves from damage. Its hard structure and ability to dry to an incredibly deep shine make it ideal for creating extremely strong coatings for automobiles.


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Can I bring my vehicle to you?

Yes, Christian has a detailing studio in Ripley, Surrey. Please contact for further details.


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How do I book?

To make a booking simply call Christian on 07876 166 077, or email christian@invisibletouchdetailing.co.uk Alternatively fill in the form on the contact page and Christian will be happy to contact you at his earliest convenience.



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I would like my vehicle prepared for a concours event, can you help?

Of course, any detailing package can be tailored to suit your requirements. Invisible Touch Detailing excels at show car preparation.


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