Coating Application for your Wheels
Now that your paint has been coated to protect it from the elements and such for the next 24-60 months, we can apply the same protection to your wheels and painted brake calipers. We will remove your wheels, clean them thoroughly front and back, and coat them with GTechniq Crystal Serum, the most durable coating available. If your brake calipers are painted, they will receive the same treatment. After reinstalling your wheels, they are torqued to factory specs.
Set of 4 Wheels — 395
Convertible Top Treatment
You can’t wax a fabric soft top, but you CAN protect it. Our super hydrophobic nano coating will greatly protect your soft top by creating a hydrophobic barrier, not allowing water/rain to soak in. A rainy day in Vancouver can easily soak up several gallons of water in a soft top, resulting in premature wear, fading, and mold growth. Keeping your top coated will increase the longevity of the top greatly, and make it much easier to clean in the future. Convertible top treatment should be done once a year.
Leather and Vinyl Coating
Just like a top coat for paint, our leather coating helps create a more impermeable layer on the leather to assist in stain resistance. Things like dye transfer from jeans will be easily cleaned.
Front seats (including armrests and centre console) — 175
Rear Seats — 175
Dash / Door Panels — 100
These prices are for new cars. Older cars that require leather cleaning first, may incur extra charges.
Paintless Dent Removal
Also know as PDR, is a procedure of massaging out dents, dings, and minor creases without having to repaint. This can usually be done without any trace of the dent’s past, and is much better for your vehicle's resale value by keeping original paintwork.
Damage from running your wheels up against curbs (and etc.) can be repaired in most cases instead of replacing the wheel.
As each scenario is different, please call us for a quote.
Hard Water Spot Removal
Until you get hard water spots yourself, it’s tough to imagine why water is difficult to remove. But hard water spots are not water at all. There are a number of factors that contribute to creating hard water spots. First and foremost, a lot of these spots are caused by minerals left from the water after evaporation that end up etching into the paint. Another leading cause is pollen landing in water droplets on your vehicle, then also being left behind after evaporation, which when left in the sun, literally bakes into your paint. As there is no way to tell how bad the etching is until we actually start polishing, there is no set price for this service.