At Kirk Auto Detail, all exterior car detailing services receive a complete hand wash and dry, and cleaning of wheels, wheel wells and tires, plus tar, bug, and road grime removal, and paintless dent removal. Exterior rubber trim and tires are dressed and conditioned. The prices listed here are ranges. Actual cost depends on size and condition of the vehicle.
Two-Step Polishing: $100-150
Our two-step service is intended to correct minor to medium paint imperfections like light scratches and oxidation. Your car is first professionally machine buffed through our exclusive swirl-free foam pad buffing process, which uses specialty polishes, glazes with resins to restore the paint as close to its original beauty. Our wax is machine applied to seal in the protection and leave a wet look brilliant shine. Additional cost for compounding.Wash/Wax: $80-110
This one-step exterior polishing
service is for newer vehicles in which the paint is in very good shape and needs no paint correction. After the vehicle is washed and prepped, a generous amount of our wax is applied to leave a brilliant shine for up to three months protection.Executive Wash: $40-80
Vehicle's wheels, wheel wells, tires, trim, and front fascia are first pre-soaked, scrubbed, and rinsed to loosen and remove dirt, grime, grease, and bug splatter residue. Next, mounds of bubbly car wash soap suds with a special polymer are used to wash the vehicle with a lamb wool mitt to leave a sparkling shine. All exterior rubber and vinyl trim are treated to a like-new condition. Interior is vacuumed, dash and steering column are wet dusted, and special attention is given to clean mirrors, windows, and window tips. Interior fragrance is available upon request.Convertible Roof Cleaning/Conditioning: $25 – 50
Many convertible tops are prone to environmental fallout, staining, and spotting. Vehicle's cloth roof is first thoroughly cleaned with a special cleaning agent formulated just for fabric convertible roofs. Once cleaned and dried, RaggTopp™ fabric protection is applied to protect the fabric from these elements.Engine Shampooing: $25–50
Keeping a vehicle's engine clean will actually help it run cooler, make it easier to service, and increases resale value. The engine compartment is shampooed with special degreasers and cleaners to break down built up grease and grime that has deposited on firewalls, liquid containers, and valve covers.
The engine compartment is then dressed with a non-silicone low sheen dressing. Although many precautions are taken to not damage various electronic sensors, we are not responsible for damage that could occur.