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.)
Interior vacuum. We vacuum all carpets, including in the cockpit and the entryway.
We clean carpet and apply spot treatment (as needed).
We clean windows with aviation window cleaner.
Cabin detail. We wipe down all surfaces, seats, sidewalls, and headline. We clean the tray-tables and check the seatbelts for stains. We clean the seats and move them into the recline position. Tidy and organize blankets and pillows as necessary.
Clean and recondition the aircraft’s seating, as required.
Galley clean. We wipedown all surfaces, including the fronts and edges of drawers and cabinets. We Clean the coffee and water pots and empty the trash.
Cockpit clean. We Wipe down the inside of the windscreen, sidewalls, and flat surfaces. Remove any trash.
Lavatory clean. We clean and wipe down all surfaces, including the toilet bowl, mirror, sink, light fixtures, and walls. Then we empty the trash.