There are many natural and unnatural substances out there waiting to damage the finish of your vehicle! Bird droppings, tree sap, environmental fallout, rocks, road debris, etc. can and will damage your paint if it's left unprotected. New vehicles do not come from the factory with any type of paint protection, so it is important that you immediately apply a coating to protect the vehicle. Here are three different ways to protect your vehicle from the elements this summer! 1.
Harsh winter weather, along with sand, dirt and magnesium chloride wreak havoc on your vehicle's paint finish. Worn paint is not only unattractive, it also reduces your vehicle's value when you try to sell or trade it in. Forunately, there are things you can do to prevent the winter months from permanently damaging your ride's finish. 1. Make the sure the paint is coated. This is the most important thing! Wax and sealant creates a shield that protects against road salt, mag
Innovative Auto had the awesome opportunity to detail this wicked 215+ MPH Standing Mile 2012 Mustang GT that was featured at SEMA! We performed a full detail, scratch repair, touch up and paint correction. The paint was in pretty rough shape being as this car is a racecar, however, it shined up nicely! The owner and driver, Doug Paddock, was very happy with the result! The car was displayed in the Precision Turbo Booth at the 2015 SEMA Show in Las Vegas. For more information
It's no secret that buffing or polishing a vehicle's paint can bring back a rough finish, but what really is the difference between a Wash and Wax, and a Full Detail? Many times customers are surprised to find out that a Polish can remove oxidation, scratches, and swirls in the paint, and are amazed the with end results! The Right side of the photo above shows what a single stage of polishing can do to the paint on an 2004 Ford F150. The results speak for themselves! For more