Immaculate Reflections Detail Special

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Immaculate Reflections Detail Special

Postby Immacreflections » Thu Jun 02, 2011 1:55 pm

Hello All,

Some may have seen already I am a Detailer based in Knoxfield that specialises in custom, classic, and exotic cars.

I recently detailed a car for a member on the forum and another member (Kev) recommended me.

I decided to join up and run a Special Deal for the members of this forum ONLY, although it doesn’t have to be your WRX.

I will run two packages:

Basic Package, this is good for the person who would like just a freshen up. As Khalid (Dr TEMTNU) would confirm this can change the whole look of the car and depth of colour without going overboard.

Cost: $250 usually $300
Time: 5-6 hours

Exterior:
Snow Foam
Hand Wash
Wheels and heel wells cleaned dressed and sealed
Light single stage polish to remove minor scratches and marring
All plastics and rubbers cleaned, feed, and sealed
Paint sealed twice and a further single coat of wax

Interior:
Vacuumed
Minor stain removal
Dressed using non silicone products
Glass cleaned
Air freshened using a state of the art photo catalyst freshener

Immaculate Package, this package is for the person who wants their car PERFECT and treated and coated with the best products.

Time: 12-14 hours (plus 2 hour curing time for Opti-Coat)

Cost: starting at $500 usually starting at $800, this depends on state of cars paint and time needed to perfect it.

I can hear some people gasping for air now, this package will include me taking your cars back to a fault free perfect finish in multiple stages of polishing including a jewelling stage.

Once completed your car will be coated in Opti-coat, as my previous post this is great as it physically bonds to surfaces and with the extremely soft paint from Subaru makes a HUGE difference in ease of scratches and marring. This will give you a similar paint hardness to an Audi or BMW, feel free to search reviews on the product.

Opticoat used to be used by only a very select few detailers charging $1400 an application WITHOUT correction. Keep in mind Opti-Coat will not come off, fade, or cannot be removed without abrasive machine polishing!

Exterior:
Snow foam
Hand wash
Clay bar
Hand wash
Wheels and wheel wells cleaned
Exhaust tips machine polished
Plastics, rubbers, and seals cleaned, feed, and sealed
2 Stage machine polish on paintwork
Paint jewelling
Paint and wheels coated in Opti-Coat

Interior:
Vacuum
Glass cleaned
Complete stain removal (some spots not able to be removed will be specified prior to work commencing)
Interior dressed
Leather cleaned and feed in applicable
All cloth including seats sealed

If your car needs more than a 2 stage polish you will be informed prior to work starting and an estimate on price given.

This will leave your car looking a lot better than brand new. You will easily tell the difference in, water sheeting, beading, scratch and marring resistance.

Feel free to check out my website www.immaculatereflections.com.au for previous work

Regards,

Mitch Jackson
sales@immacualtereflections.com.au
0432 839 463

PS i have tried to send numerous emails about advertising and had forum members try to help me get in contact with someone with no succes as of current .
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Re: Immaculate Reflections Detail Special

Postby XT1337 » Tue Jun 07, 2011 11:22 pm

Moved advert to here
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Re: Immaculate Reflections Detail Special

Postby Immacreflections » Wed Jun 08, 2011 2:36 pm

Thanks,

Just an FYI i will be running this special until the 29th of July.

Look forward to hearing from you guys.
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Re: Immaculate Reflections Detail Special

Postby JMDR » Wed Jun 08, 2011 11:59 pm

Hey Mitch, just got a few questions about your work and the products you use:

How long have you been working with opti-coat?

What procedure do you use to apply it to the paint?

After it has cured is there any "marks" or change in the way the paint looks which change the appearance of the car? Esp in bright sunlight on a black car?

If there is an error in its application does the panel need to be sanded and repainted?

Can you buff the panel with a rotary or random orbital after its application?

Thanks
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Re: Immaculate Reflections Detail Special

Postby Immacreflections » Thu Jun 09, 2011 9:22 am

JMDR wrote:Hey Mitch, just got a few questions about your work and the products you use:

How long have you been working with opti-coat?
As opticoat isnt used by every customer i have applied it to 6 cars over approximatly 12 months

What procedure do you use to apply it to the paint?
Opti-coat uses a foam applicator as waxes and sealants do nothing special here.

After it has cured is there any "marks" or change in the way the paint looks which change the appearance of the car? Esp in bright sunlight on a black car?
Opti-coat wont leave any marks if applied correctly, it is a chemical based sealant that bonds with non pourus surfaces and is removed only by abrasive polishing. It allows your cars paint to look like you have a couple layers of a nice wax on all the time, and looks even better when topped with another wax to pop it that last bit. Search the net for reviews and you will see a clear difference

If there is an error in its application does the panel need to be sanded and repainted?
No, if there is an error in application you can wet sand the spot if needed,but you also have a initial curing time to fix these. Now wet sanding scares alot of people but it is often used to remove deeper scratches and isnt harmful if done by someone experienced, this is then followed up via machine polishing.

Can you buff the panel with a rotary or random orbital after its application?
yes as stated above this is the only way to remove Opti-coat, due to its nature.

Thanks


Thanks for the questions i have put the answers in the above quote in red . I hope this helps you please ask any further questions you need.
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Re: Immaculate Reflections Detail Special

Postby Kaoself » Fri Jun 10, 2011 1:19 pm

When opti-coat has been applied to a vehicle, what products are subsequently required to keep the car looking good? Just a wash and wax when needed?
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Re: Immaculate Reflections Detail Special

Postby The STiG » Sat Jun 11, 2011 9:09 pm

G'Day Mitch and welcome to the WRX Club.
Certainly looks like you offer some fantastic services.
If you might like to put up some pictures of your finished product, that would be great also.

Welcome to the Club again and look forward to meeting you.
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Re: Immaculate Reflections Detail Special

Postby Immacreflections » Tue Jun 14, 2011 8:54 am

Kaoself wrote:When opti-coat has been applied to a vehicle, what products are subsequently required to keep the car looking good? Just a wash and wax when needed?


Opti-Coat is literally bonded to the paint and will stay there with normal maintinence the only way it is removed is via abrasive polishing i would reccomend standard waxing that you would do normally but it is not a must.
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Re: Immaculate Reflections Detail Special

Postby Kaoself » Wed Sep 21, 2011 4:32 pm

Do you apply opti-coat to glass and hard plastics too?
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Re: Immaculate Reflections Detail Special

Postby Immacreflections » Wed Sep 21, 2011 7:37 pm

Kaoself wrote:Do you apply opti-coat to glass and hard plastics too?


Yes mate any non porrus materials, glass, hard plastic trim, wheels, intakes, exhaust, paint ect.
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Re: Immaculate Reflections Detail Special

Postby Kaoself » Thu Sep 22, 2011 11:49 am

I'll have to get a little re spray on the front bar and bonnet, then book in for a detail and opti coat after christmas. :thumbs:
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Re: Immaculate Reflections Detail Special

Postby Immacreflections » Thu Sep 22, 2011 12:39 pm

Kaoself wrote:I'll have to get a little re spray on the front bar and bonnet, then book in for a detail and opti coat after christmas. :thumbs:



Sounds Great.
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Re: Immaculate Reflections Detail Special

Postby subi06NA » Wed Dec 21, 2011 2:29 pm

still running this special :)

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Re: Immaculate Reflections Detail Special

Postby stines » Wed Dec 21, 2011 2:48 pm

if only you weren't in Melbourne :ras2:
http://www.rexnet.com.au/forum/index.php?/topic/135373-my06-wrx

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Re: Immaculate Reflections Detail Special

Postby KevO-954 » Wed Dec 21, 2011 2:53 pm

subi06NA wrote:still running this special :)

Mitch may not get back to you for a while as he is in Perth until January the 5th with a solid booking of details on US Muscle cars and their owners daily drivers. Kev. :wink:

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Re: Immaculate Reflections Detail Special

Postby subi06NA » Wed Dec 21, 2011 4:36 pm

well thats no good my car needs a good polish :cool:

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Re: Immaculate Reflections Detail Special

Postby Immacreflections » Thu Dec 22, 2011 4:17 pm

Hey mate special is not on still BUT send me an email to mitch@immaculatereflections.com.au and we can work on something for you.

Ps thanks Kev
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Re: Immaculate Reflections Detail Special

Postby KevO-954 » Thu Dec 22, 2011 4:20 pm

Immacreflections wrote:Hey mate special is not on still BUT send me an email to mitch@immaculatereflections.com.au and we can work on something for you.

Ps thanks Kev

No worries, did you check my PM on USM? Kev.

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