Alone in the
AO Platinum Member
Join Date: Aug 2007
I know lads but when they don't reply its kinda hard to get any satisfaction . @Dave it seems like it was a Valet ok.. as it was the pics on their site that sold their services to me . The difference one see's from the before and after shots of cars they did are/seem incredible and its what I was looking for when I picked them from all the other detailer's and as the info from their blurb:-
"A good 80% of our details are based upon paint correction. We have specialised in this area since the forming of Detailer.ie about 2 and a half years ago. We have corrected over 300 cars and assisted the owners with keeping them as fresh as the day they rolled out of our studio.
During a paint correction detail, we use the best tools and products to cut back the clear coat which gets rid of swirls, bird drop etchings, tree sap stains etc. It takes roughly a day and a half on average, for a regular saloon sized vehicle to be corrected. Due to our experience, investment in the best equipment and passion for perfection - you can rest assured that your car is in good hands."
Errm no !
I was told by Andy that the paint on Alfa's was quite "thin" ? Now in my little knowledge of Alfa's it was my opinion (and from others that know better) the paint on Alfa's is not thin at all and is far thicker than other main stream marks . But then again i may be wrong .?