Frequently Asked Questions

What primary services do you offer?

We offer a range of professional mobile detailing services, including:
-Full exterior detailing (wash, clay bar treatment, polish, and protective sealant/wax)
-Interior detailing (vacuuming, shampooing upholstery, cleaning and conditioning leather/vinyl, cleaning glass, and more)
-Headlight restoration
-Odor removal
-Engine bay degreasing
-Wheel and tire cleaning and dressing
-Paint correction and ceramic coating

What do you specialize in?

Waterless Washes and Environmental Friendly Products. 

What payment methods do you accept?

We accept cash and mobile payment options: Apple Pay, Zelle, and Paypal. 

We do not currently accept credit/debit cards (Visa, Mastercard, American Express, Discover). 

Are you licensed and insured?


What areas do you serve?

Anywhere you are! Seriously! 

How long does the detailing process take?

Varies! The duration of the detailing process depends on the size of your vehicle and the services requested. 

What is a ceramic coating? 

It is a liquid polymer applied to a vehicle's exterior painted surfaces to form an additional protective layer. This layer is hydrophobic, meaning it repels water and makes the surface extremely easy to clean. It also provides superior protection against UV rays, bird droppings, acid rain, light scratches, swirl marks, and other environmental contaminants. Ceramic coatings make the paint look richer and deeper in color with increased gloss.

They are much harder and more durable than traditional waxes or sealants, typically lasting 2-5 years or more. Proper preparation of the paint before application is crucial for maximum bonding and lifespan. 

ABC Detailing does offer a warranty, ask us more about this! 

What is clay bar?

We wipe down the vehicle with a piece of wet clay to remove embedded contaminants and impurities from its painted surface. Proper clay bar treatment removes impurities that regular washing can't eliminate including but not limited to overspray from industrial fallout, brake dust, tree sap, airborne environmental pollutants, and bonded road grime. 

What should I do to prepare my vehicle for detailing?

To ensure the best results, please remove any personal items from your vehicle and provide us with a set of keys to access the interior. It's also helpful to let us know of any specific areas or concerns you'd like us to focus on.

Do you offer any discounts or specials?

Yes, we run promotions and discounts for our valued customers. Follow us on @AnywhereBoatCare on Instagram. 

How often should I get my vehicle detailed?

The frequency of detailing depends on various factors, such as your driving habits, weather conditions, and personal preferences. As a general guideline, we recommend a full interior and exterior detail every 6-12 months to maintain your vehicle's appearance and protect its value.

Do you offer any referral programs or rewards?

Yes, we value our loyal customers and offer a referral program. For every new customer you refer to us, you'll receive a 10% discount on your next detailing service. Ask us about the details! 

Should you tip your detailer?

Tips are always welcomed and appreciated! 

What is paint correction?

Paint correction is a detailed process that aims to restore a vehicle's paint's smooth, glossy finish by removing various defects. These defects can include swirl marks, scratches, water spots, oxidation, and other imperfections that can accumulate over time due to improper washing techniques, environmental exposure, or age. 

Paint correction can significantly improve a car, boat, or RV's cosmetic appearance, making it look much closer to new. This enhanced condition directly translates to higher resale or trade-in value when the time comes to sell or trade in the vehicle.

Could you explain the value of getting a wax? 

Waxing provides a protective barrier against environmental contaminants like bird droppings, tree sap, and UV rays, which can damage the paint. It enhances the shine and depth of color, giving the paint a glossy, wet-look finish.

Simply put, it's a cost-effective way to protect your investment and maintain the vehicle's value. It also offsets the cost of repainting or repairing paint damage if left unprotected.