At Prestige Detailers, a luxury detail shop in Burr Ridge, we clean, correct and protect every detail of your car. If you have never heard of us that’s because we are new and we are looking forward to meeting you soon. We welcome you to stop in for an estimate or give us a call.
This week alone there have been some fun cars to work on getting Ceramic coating. That is the best way to protect your investment because ceramic coating is just that, a cured hard seal that repels water and dirt year-round. If you are looking at your auto and it is covered in the salt from the Chicago winter, do yourself and your car a favor and seal that out. Salt erodes and damages paint, like bird lime, UV rays, tree gum, acid etching, and other corrosive processes when your car sits in the elements.
If you want your car to shine like glass we use Gtechniq's crystal serum light, which is a 5-7 year ceramic coating. It is one of the thickest ceramic coatings on the market, it enhances gloss, increases durability, adds scratch resistance, creates a hydrophobic barrier. In essence it provides a thin protection guarding your car from more than scratches. Ceramic coating is done professionally and it is not a good idea for a DIY project. Ceramic coating lasts three to five years and can even last a lifetime. Ceramic coating forms a bond and clear coat over the paint and is thicker than wax or other sealants.
Say good-bye to polishing and wax jobs
Protect your investment, maintain the value of your car
Kiss those etch marks from bird droppings and bug splats good-bye
Enjoy the shine, a superb gloss and noticeable slick coating
Chemical stains will be no more
Now, enjoy a car that is easy to care for.
We also do paint correction, window tinting, interior and exterior cleaning and take the beauty of your car personally so make us your detailer of choice.
Contact: IBRAHIM "ABE" IMAM
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