Diamond Mobile Detailing:
Vehicles are cleaned where you park, either at a park, mall, office, work or at home. Diamond Mobile Detailing uses top of the line products. Work is approved by many local businesses, Westfield Shopping Malls, Los Angeles & San Diego International Airport Authority, LA & SD Police, Sheriff & County Departments, with many housing developments, Malibu Shores, Coronado Cays, La Mirage, other North West Los Angeles County Landmarks have granted permission to work on the premises.
You get a better looking vehicle, plus more flexibility when it comes to where your vehicle gets cleaned.
Your properly cleaned and maintained vehicle will be more comfortable, appealing and gratifying to operate.
- Save Water:
According to the EPA, the average person will waste 75-116 gallons of water while cleaning their car in their driveway. The average stand-alone “car wash” will use over 40 gallons of water per car. This is a lot of soapy grey/ contaminated water going down the storm drain and into the environment.
- Save Time:
Cleaning your car in your driveway or at the car wash with water takes a lot of time. To Drive to, wait in line, wash and dry will range from 30-60 minutes. Our top of the line caranuba waxes leave your car looking slick and contain anti-static properties that will bounce the dirt off for weeks. This means you will clean your car less times per month and your car will look great at all times. Touch up is very easy and even quicker in between details which are recommended every 1-3 months to keep the automobile in top form and avoid discoloration of material..
- Keep the value of your vehicle: Add $300 -$1000+ in value
These days cars cost are much more than ever and the economic downturn has forced people to keep for a longer period of time. It is our opinion that if you take good care of your car and clean and polish it regularly, you will have a higher resale value than if you let it go or run it through the “car wash” regularly.
Learn the facts on Car wax!
You have two basic choices when it comes to paint protection: carnauba wax or synthetic paint sealant. Here you’ll find information on each so you can choose the paint protection that’s right for you.
No matter which paint protection you choose, the automobile should have wax or paint sealant regularly to keep your vehicle looking newer and shinier, longer.
Carnauba wax is the preferred car wax of collectors and concours enthusiasts because it creates a rich, warm glow. It doesn’t appear to sit on the paint. It transforms the paint into a deep, liquid pool that shimmers under changing light conditions. The more carnauba wax, the more shine.
The drawback of carnauba waxes, if you can call it a drawback, is that it does not last as long as a synthetic sealant. A carnauba car wax finish will wear off in approximately 6 to 8 weeks. It depends heavily on the climate in which you live and whether or not your vehicle is garaged. Daily commutes in a hot, humid climate mean a shorter life span for your carnauba wax coat. The wax is produced by the Brazilian Tree of Life, a palm tree, in order to coat its leaves. The wax provides protection from the sweltering sun and it sheds water so it falls onto the ground and is absorbed by the tree’s roots. If you think back to junior high science class, you might remember that plants release oxygen through their leaves. For this reason, carnauba wax is breathable. Good for the tree and good for your paint.
Carnauba is rock hard in its natural form. When the leaves of the Tree of Life are harvested, the wax flakes off as the leaves dry out, or they are put into a machine that removes the wax. It comes off in hard flakes. Car Wax makers have to blend the wax with oils, petroleum distillates, or a solvent called naptha (commonly used to thin wood varnishes and paints) in order to make the wax workable. The very best carnauba-based car wax is only about 1/3 natural carnauba. It’s probably for the best since the price gets higher and higher as the concentration of carnauba rises. When a product advertises “pure carnauba car wax” or “100% carnauba car wax”, they are referring to the purity of the carnauba that is in the product, not the product as a whole.
That brings us to grading. Carnauba is harvested and then graded according to color, purity, and where it was grown. Trees grown in the northern area of Brazil produce the highest grade carnauba. The yellow wax is the most pure and therefore receives the highest grade. This is the grade most commonly used in high end car waxes and in the pharmaceutical industry as a pill coating.
Some manufacturers refine the yellow wax again into an ultra-pure white wax to ensure that the wax produces the clearest, most reflective gloss once applied to the paint. Such is the case with Pinnacle Souveran and Pinnacle Signature Series II.
As you’ve already read, carnauba protects the leaves of a palm tree from the intense heat and humidity experienced in Brazil. The carnauba car wax repels water and, consequently, most contaminants. When applied to any surface, carnauba retains these characteristics. Therefore, an application of a carnauba-based car wax to your vehicle will protect it from UV rays, heat, moisture, oxidation, and environmental contamination. And it looks like a million bucks!
The drawback of carnauba waxes, if you can call it a drawback, is that it does not last as long as a synthetic sealant. A carnauba car wax finish will wear off in approximately 6 to 8 weeks. It depends heavily on the climate in which you live and whether or not your vehicle is garaged. Daily commutes in a hot, humid climate mean a shorter life span for your carnauba wax coat.
In a nutshell, carnauba car wax is the wax of enthusiasts. It appeals to people who want the absolute most stunning show car shine available.