Exterior wash. We De-bug all leading edges before the actual wash. Then we decide whether we will give the aircraft a wet or a dry wash. Many professional detailers choose dry cleaning methods. (Wet washing can cause damage to landing-gear component seals and corrosion to the electrical connectors.)
Belly de-grease. We clean the belly of the aircraft by hand with a specialist cleaner to remove the grease. (Grease can damage the paintwork if left as is.)
Compounding and wax. We Remove old wax, paint oxidation, and contaminants with a DA which is safe on the paint for the compounding process. Apply wax to restore shine.
Metal polish. We remove scratches, hazing from the metal surfaces with high-speed DA to leave a mirror-like shine.
We detail the spinners with specialist cleaning products.
Paint care. We remove oxidation from the paint’s surface and restore shine with a high-speed DA. We apply an aviation-approved sealant to restore the paint. Sealant protects the paint from UV damage and oxidation. (This paint care treatment can is typically performed once per year.)