Tony's Supreme Auto Detailing
 

Tony Marotta - Professional Auto Detailer
410 Willow Road Wauconda, IL 60084
Email: batterytony33@aol.com
847-526-2060 (phone)
847-767-5606 (cell)

Auto Detailing in Wauconda

GUARANTEED LOWEST PRICES AND HIGHEST QUALITY AROUND
13 YEARS EXPERIENCE.  ESTABLISHED 1996.

 

 

Our Detailing Process (Full Detail):

  • Secure customer’s personals (loose change, sunglasses, pens, notepads, etc.) in Zip Loc bags and set aside.
  • Pre-treat door jambs, wheel wells, trunk jambs, frame rails, and grill with mild degreaser/cleaner for detailing.
  • Pressure wash all door jambs, wheel wells, trunk jambs, frame rails, grill, window seals, door seals, emblems, key holes, door handles, gas filler area.
  • Wash car by hand with clean wash mitt and mild car wash detergent. Scrub license plates clean with appropriate brushes and cleaners.
  • Hand detailing of wheels with industrial strength wheel cleaner and assorted brushes and degreasers. Pressure wash wheels and wheel well with 1500 psi of water.
  • Remove large deposits of road tar, bugs, and tree sap using multiple applications of bug and tar remover. In some cases, lacquer thinner must be used to remove exceptionally embedded contaminants.
  • Hand dry vehicle with damp chamois towel. Door seals, window seals, trim pieces, trunk jambs, emblems, and external mirrors must be “blasted” dry with 90 psi of compressed air.
  • Polish and wax all painted surfaces with Cyclo polisher, mild compounding/polishing foam pad, and high gloss Meguiar’s wax. Minor surface scratches are removed, paint achieves a reflection superior to new condition, and the embedded wax provides approximately 12 weeks of protection from dust, water spotting, and UV fade if vehicle is washed by hand every 10-14 days.
  • Dress tires and wheel wells with water-based and high-silicone rubber/plastic dressing.
  • Remove floor mats from interior. Shampoo clean. Dry.
  • Using compressed air gun (90 psi), “blast” dust from vents, console, dash, under seats, between seats, upholstery seams, in crevices and hard to reach places, between seat cushions, into map pockets, into cockpit switches and controls, steering wheel gaps, trim pieces. . . anywhere fingers cannot clean. Vacuum out resulting dust and dirt.
  • Clean headliner stains
  • Clean upper trim parts (detailing of upper seat belt anchors, detailing of plastic pillar facades) with appropriate cleaners and degreasers.
  • Clean leather seats and head rests with appropriate brushes and cleaners. Be sure to clean deep in seams, creases, along piping, and in map pockets. Apply leather conditioner when dry.
  • Shampoo and dry cloth seats.  Clean.
  • Clean all surfaces in trunk area. Remove spot stains as necessary from trunk liner. Lift trunk liner and vacuum/clean spare tire. Push seats forward to vacuum crease where rear seats meet trunk. Wipe clean trunk jambs and decklid.
  • Detailing of lower trim parts (detailing of door sills, detailing of lower seat sections, detailing of foot wells, detailing of door panels, detailing of map pockets, detailing of ash trays, detailing of door handles, detailing of door pulls, and detailing of windows switches with appropriate cleaners and degreasers).
  • Scrub clutch, brake, and gas pedals clean with appropriate cleaners and degreasers.
  • Shampoo and dry all carpeted surfaces. Clean exterior and interior glass using glass-specific microfiber towels and Stoner’s Invisible Glass glass cleaner. Repeat 2-3 times to remove all hazing and streaks. Remove glue, tree sap, and stickers when necessary using lubricated razor and adhesive remover.
  • Return customer’s personal items to car when detailing is complete.
     

Interior Detail:

  • Secure customer’s personals (loose change, sunglasses, pens, notepads, etc.) in Zip Loc bags and set aside.
  • Remove floor mats from interior. Shampoo clean. Dry.
  • Using compressed air gun (90 psi), “blast” and clean dust from vents, console, dash, under seats, between seats, upholstery seams, in crevices and hard to reach places, between seat cushions, into map pockets, into cockpit switches and controls, steering wheel gaps, trim pieces. . . anywhere fingers cannot clean. Vacuum out resulting dust and dirt.
  • Detailing of headliner stains
  • Clean upper trim parts (upper seat belt anchors, plastic pillar facades) with appropriate cleaners and degreasers.
  • Clean leather seats and head rests with appropriate brushes and cleaners. Be sure to clean deep in seams, creases, along piping, and in map pockets. Apply leather conditioner when dry.
  • Shampoo and dry cloth seats.  Clean.
  • Clean all surfaces in trunk area. Remove spot stains as necessary from trunk liner. Lift trunk liner and vacuum/clean spare tire. Push seats forward to vacuum crease where rear seats meet trunk. Wipe clean trunk jambs and decklid.
  • Clean lower trim parts (detailing of door sills, detailing of lower seat sections, detailing of foot wells, detailing of door panels, detailing of map pockets, detailing of ash trays, detailing of door handles, detailing of door pulls, and detailing of windows switches with appropriate cleaners and degreasers.
  • Detailing of clutch, brake, and gas pedals:  clean with appropriate detailing cleaners and degreasers.
  • Shampoo and dry all carpeted surfaces. Detailing of exterior and interior glass using glass-specific microfiber towels and Stoner’s Invisible Glass glass cleaner. Repeat 2-3 times to remove all hazing and streaks. Remove glue, tree sap, and stickers when necessary using lubricated razor and adhesive remover.
  • Return customer’s personal items to car when detailing is complete.


Exterior Detail:

  • Secure customer’s personals (loose change, sunglasses, pens, notepads, etc.) in Zip Loc bags and set aside.
  • Pre-treat door jambs, wheel wells, trunk jambs, frame rails, and grill with mild degreaser/cleaner for detailing..
  • Pressure wash all door jambs, wheel wells, trunk jambs, frame rails, grill, window seals, door seals, emblems, key holes, door handles, gas filler area.
  • Wash car by hand with clean wash mitt and mild car wash detergent. Scrub license plates clean with appropriate brushes and cleaners.
  • Detailing of wheels with industrial strength wheel cleaner and assorted brushes and degreasers. Pressure wash wheels and wheel well with 1500 psi of water.
  • Remove large deposits of road tar, bugs, and tree sap using multiple applications of bug and tar remover. In some cases, lacquer thinner must be used to remove exceptionally embedded contaminants.
  • Hand dry vehicle with damp chamois towel. Door seals, window seals, trim pieces, trunk jambs, emblems, and external mirrors must be “blasted” dry with 90 psi of compressed air.
  • Polish and wax all painted surfaces with Cyclo polisher, mild compounding/polishing foam pad, and high gloss Meguiar’s wax. Minor surface scratches are removed, paint achieves a reflection superior to new condition, and the embedded wax provides approximately 12 weeks of protection from dust, water spotting, and UV fade if vehicle is washed by hand every 10-14 days.
  • Dress tires and wheel wells with water-based and high-silicone rubber/plastic dressing.
  • Return customer's personal items to car when detailing is complete.

     

Prices

 

Cars/Wagons

SUVs/Trucks/Vans
Wash Only: $25 $25
Wash and Wax: $40 $40
Paint Sealant: $60 $60
Interior Detail: $75 $75
Exterior Detail: $80 $80
Engine Detail: $30 $30
Complete Detail (Interior, Exterior, Engine)* $160 $180
     

*Final detailing price is determined by vehicle condition (general dirt, water spots, carpet stains, pet hair, odor, food spills, etc.) Give us a
call, describe your car, and we can give you a more accurate estimate on your detailing project.

Before Detailing

After Detailing

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engine detailing before engine detailing after
interior detailing before interior detailing after
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