Serving Denver, CO And Surrounding Areas

Interior Process

  1. Using a vacuum hose in one hand and a detailing brush in the other, loose debris is removed from door panels, doorjambs, weather stripping, dashboards, center consoles, glove boxes, sun visors, and headliners. Liquid cleaner, water, and rags are used on areas unaffected by dry brushing or vacuuming.
  2. With the seats all the way forward, floor mats are removed and vacuumed. Back floor, seats, and the back of the front seats and rear window shelf are vacuumed, again using a crevice tool for tight areas.
  3. Again using a vacuum hose in one hand and a detailing brush in the other, loose debris is removed from door panels, doorjambs, weather stripping, ashtrays, cup holders, rear window shelves, and storage compartments. Liquid cleaner, water, and rags are used on areas unaffected by dry brushing or vacuuming. Note that on some mini-van and sport utility vehicles the rear seats are designed for easy removal. Removal should only be performed if necessary.
  4. The trunk is vacuumed. This should only take a few minutes to complete. If, however, the trunk is heavily soiled, additional time and cost will be necessary.
  5. The underside of the trunk, jamb, weather stripping, and other surfaces are washed and a protective coating is applied.
  6. All floor mats are shampooed and/or steam cleaned. Spot removers and power scrubbers are used as needed.
  7. With the front seats all the way forward, the back carpets, seats, and the back of the front seats are shampooed and/or steam cleaned, using spot removers and power scrubbers as needed. For leather seats, leather cleaner will be substituted for steam cleaning.
  8. Conditioners/protectorates are applied to all vinyl, leather, plastic, and rubber surfaces.
  9. All rear windows are washed.
  10. With the front seats all the way back, the front floor and seats are shampooed and/or steam cleaned, using spot removers and power scrubbers as needed. For leather seats, leather cleaner will be substituted for steam cleaning.
  11. Conditioners/protectorates are applied to all vinyl, leather, plastic, and rubber surfaces.
  12. All front windows are washed.
  13. The following are reviewed:
    • Check under the seats
    • Check ash tray
    • Check under the mats
    • Check rear shelf and cargo areas
    • Check carpets for stains and cleanliness
    • Check seats for stains and cleanliness
    • Check leather seats for even dressing
    • Look at door panels and buttons on arm rest for cleanliness
    • Check dashboard, AC vents, gauges, radio, levers, and crevices
    • Check steering wheel and column
    • Check all chrome including seat belt ends, door handles, and step plates
    • Make sure all vinyl has been evenly dressed
    • Check headliner, visors, sail panels
    • Check dome light area
    • Check seat belts
    • Check all pedals
    • Check lower dash
    • Check all doorjambs for dirt and grease
    • Check center consoles and glove compartment
    • Check headliner consoles
    • Check TV screens
    • Check windows
    • Check vanity mirrors
    • Check that personal items have been put in a clear plastic bag and placed on the passenger seat

Photos

1980 VW Rabbit Pickup

When is the last time you saw one of these?