1962 Holden EK
Wedding Car Detail + dK Fluid Dynamics Teflon (FDT)
Firstly, we prep the wheels with TAC System's Iron Zero to effectively removing iron fallouts such as brake dust, and are cleaned with a soft and delicate wheel woolies.
Car is then carefully high pressured rinse, avoiding fragile and brittle areas that some classic cars are not designed for, followed by a 2 bucket system wash with Detailing Kingdom's premium car shampoo - Car Hydra.
After the washing stage, we use excessive clay lube + fine grade claybar to safely remove bonded contaminants to prevent any marring the car's paint.
We finish the preperation and decontamination stage by drying the car properly with microfibre waffle weave towel (we do not advise using chamois "shammy") to safely dry the car without instilling any swirl marks or scracthes.
We polish the paint work to refine its gloss and also finish it together withDetailing Kingdom's Fluid Dynamics Teflon (FDT)
Seats and fabric has years of sweat, dirt and grime and it just looks pretty upset.
Firstly, we brush the carpets and seats with a brush to loosen up dirt and grime, followed by a thorough vacuum on the seats and capets. We then use a brush to get into crevices and very hard to reach spots and followed by a vacuum.
The fabric is steam cleaned and shampood to bring back its deep blue finish, also removing years of sweats and stains.
After finishing the leather cleaning step, the leather is dressed with Skin Serum. leaving a very natural matte finish. (We don't advice glossy leather dressing products because naturally, leather should be matte finish)