We’ve been talking about our new service, interior ceramic coating, for a little while now, and we want to go a little more in depth with what we’re offering and the benefits that you’ll be receiving!
Much like an exterior ceramic coating, our interior ceramic service is a UV protective, hydrophobic treatment, for your interior leather, vinyl, and plastics.
Let’s get into the process.
First, we dry dust all interior surfaces, catching dust and moving from top to bottom, where fallen particles are picked up in the carpet by the vacuum.
Next, your interior gets a deep steam clean and scrub with our purpose-engineered interior detail scrubbers to remove skin oils, pollen, grease, as well as general spills, messes, and smudges that come from operating your vehicle.
Finally, we put on the gloves (quite literally!) and coat your interior’s dash, trim, steering wheel and every leather, vinyl, and plastic component in your vehicle’s interior!
Hope you enjoyed this information about our latest service, check this video of our showing before, a little of the process, and after!
By now, you’ve probably already heard about our ultra premium service for protecting your vehicle’s exterior, Graphene Ceramic Coating!
This high quality coating creates a hydrophobic barrier that acts as a layer of protection against road grime, magnesium chloride, damaging fade from the sun’s UV rays, and most importantly, shines your vehicle for lasting brilliance.
The reason we love and swear by this product over other ceramics comes down to one word with a long explanation, graphene.
Our coating service using Adam’s Graphene Ceramic Coating, contains reduced graphene oxide. During the curing process, the graphene, imbued within the ceramic coating itself, forms a hard crystalline structure inside the ceramic. This hardens the coating, effectively extending its life.
Not only is this coating protective, your cost and time spent washing the exterior is fractioned due to the ultra slick nature that hydrophobic coatings like ceramics offer! You’ll be amazed to see water sheeting and beading off your super slick paint once cured!
We’re such big fans, it was the preferred choice for our workhorse, a 2014 Model S with over 100,000 miles!
Hope you enjoyed this post! Safe travels, and keep looking good out there!
Denverites Steven Mesch and Josh Soderblom, both longtime gearheads, started Do Detailing amid the pandemic, traveling around the front range area to offer drivers at-home services. The pair specialize in paint correction and graphene ceramic coating for vehicles’ exteriors, sanitizing, and detailing interiors.