Frequently Asked

General Questions

Ceramic coating is a clear liquid polymer that is applied to the vehicle’s exterior. The coating creates an extra layer of protection for the paint, which helps to keep the vehicle’s color from fading and makes it easier to clean.

The longevity of your coating will depend on the elements your car is exposed to daily. You should likewise factor in how well you maintain it. With proper maintenance, most ceramic coatings will last between 2 and 5 years.

For the first two weeks after your ceramic coating is applied, we recommend that you avoid washing your vehicle. This allows the paint and finish to fully bind and cure. In two weeks, you can go back to your regularly scheduled vehicle washing. If you must clean it, use a gentle soap and stay away from strong chemicals or abrasive cleansers.

When you detail a vehicle, you are not just cleaning the outside and inside of the vehicle. You are also polishing and waxing the vehicle to make it look its best. This includes cleaning the windows, vacuuming the interior, polishing leather surfaces as well as plastic surfaces, shampooing the vehicle, wiping down the dashboard, polishing the chrome trim, cleaning the air vent, and even doing a deep shine on the exterior.

A complete exterior detail from Summer Breeze Ceramic Coating & Mobile Detailing can increase your vehicle’s resale value by up to 10%. This increase is due to the fact that a detailed vehicle looks newer, which potential buyers will be willing to pay more for.

The interior of a vehicle can take anywhere from 1-3 hours to detail. This all depends on the size of the vehicle and how much dirt and grime has built up over time.

Depending on how often you drive and how clean you like to keep your vehicle, we recommend detailing the interior every 3 months for the best, most long-lasting results.

No, exterior detailing will not damage your vehicle. In fact, it will help to protect your vehicle from future damage by applying a protective sealant and by buffing and polishing your vehicle’s surface.

The short answer is no; it’s not cheaper to detail your own vehicle. The long answer is that although the initial investment in detailing supplies and equipment may be less expensive than paying someone to detail your vehicle, the costs of time and labour can quickly add up. In addition, if you don’t have the proper supplies or knowledge, you could end up damaging your vehicle instead of cleaning it.

A full boat detail from Summer Breeze Ceramic Coating & Mobile Detailing includes a thorough cleaning of the entire vessel, including the engine, bilge area, and all nooks and crannies. We also assess the boat’s condition and provide a report with our recommendations.

How often you detail your RV depends how often you use it, where you store it, and what type of material it’s made from. That being said, we generally recommend detailing your RV at least once a year to maintain its top condition.

Tint can last anywhere from 3 to 5 years on a vehicle. However, the frequency with which you wash your automobile and the intensity of the sunlight in your area are two reasons that can shorten the life of your tint.

Not at all! In fact, many vehicle owners find that window tinting actually increases the value of their vehicle. It looks great and offers protection from the sun’s harmful UV rays.

Absolutely! Paint Protection Film (PPF) is an advanced clear film that is applied to the surface of a vehicle. This product will help preserve the paint and keep your vehicle looking new for years.

Depending on the look you are going for, different percentages of tint will look better. For example, if you want a sleek and professional look, then a darker tint might be best. If you wish to achieve a more subtle look, then a lighter tint might be best. Ultimately, it is up to your preference. However, we can tell you that the most popular choice is 20% tint.