*Protects new paint better than wax, silicone or poly products
Chris & Roberts Auto Spa Also offers, 303 Aerospace Protectant and Fabric Guard
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*Temper Flex will not crack, fade or chip once applied.
Our polish product will provide protection for up to three years without any renewal application. Besides one coat lasting three years and protecting the vehicle from oxidation, Fire Glaze is a one-step product. There is no rubbing compound necessary on most vehicles. Fire Glaze will also protect against nature's elements including UV.RMP has been providing a Nanotechnology based Marine boat care products including water based polishes and compounds since 2003 that offer the same long lasting qualities of Fire Glaze. We have revitalized the effort to offer the finest Fire Glaze polish and related automotive care products available anywhere in the entire world. The current Fire Glaze Formulation is a totally revolutionary chemical composition originally developed by Ameri-Chem Mfg. Co.s Engineering Staff 15 years ago, and has been continuously upgraded and perfected over time with the latest improvement being made in December of 2011.
Chris and Roberts Auto Spa offers a full range of services from a simple wash to full details inside and out.
*303 Fabric Guard out protects and last longer on your fabric and carpeting then anything else.
The bitterness of poor quality lasts a lot longer then the sweetness of a good deal.
*Bullhead's hot sun and sand storms cannot hurt.
Janitoral Work - Sanitize as you clean!
Tile & Grout Cleaning Services
Commercial Bathroom Cleaning
Sinks, Toilets, Mirrors, Urinals, Walls
Hotel Maintance - House Keeping
Commercial Kitchen Cleaning
Bubble Gum & Graffiti Removal
Remove Window Puddy & Old Wood Paint
Glass & Stainless Steel Cleaning
Sticker & Glue Removal
HVAC: Clean AC, Heat & Refrigeration Coils
*Complete detailing also applied on headlights and license plates so bugs will not stick to them.
"If It Floats,Fly's or Rolls
We Can Detail And Steam It"
* Superior fading and Cracking Protection no Oily Residue.
Polish away the defects: This process is less aggressive to an extent compared to compounding. While you are still removing clear, it is not happening as quickly, and you are not cutting as deep as a compound would be. Also, while the polishing step can remove minor defects, it is also enhancing the gloss levels from the paint, where a compound will leave the paint hazy. So, in a sense, you are “killing two birds with one stone” – polishing away defects, and improving the gloss in the car. Of course, there are polishes with very minimal cut like Menzerna 85rd that will cut very little, if any at all, but leave behind one glossy finish (provided proper previous steps were performed).
Filling in defects: This a very important decision to make. If your car has been subjected to more than a few compound details, and lots of paint correction work, the paint may be wearing thin to a point where it is no longer safe to compound or polish without removing too much. This is where glazes come into play! Glazes will do a pretty good job at concealing and hiding the paint defects for a while when removal is not an option. In this case, you work in a glaze until it “disappears” into the paint, and the swirls will be “masked/hidden”. This is also a great option for prepping cars for car shows and those cars in need of a “wetter” look!
customers want to clean and protect their investments, but often times do not known the correct products to use. Our literature can help educate them on a variety of topics: from how to protect their vinyl, rubber and plastics from fading and cracking (caused by the sun's damaging UV rays), to cleaning and restoring lost water repellency to their outdoor fabrics. We offer an assortment of marketing materials to help educate your customer on how to properly protect their investment from the start, which can prolong the life of their purchase, and also helps you reduce the number of warranty claims you receive.
We now offer Steam cleaning by vaporrino.com
Upholstery (see video)
Boats / Marine / Air Craft Detailing
Indoor Car Wash - Dealerships
Motorcycle & Tractor Cleaning
Fleet Vehicle & Rental Cleaning
Engine & Parts Cleaning
Commercial Kitchen Cleaning
Carbonized Grease Removal
Killing Drain Flies / Bar Flies & Larva
Cleaning Soda & Beer Taps
Thawing & Cleaning Freezers
Cleaning & Sanitizing Refrigerators
Exhaust Hoods - Day to day Cleaning
Cleaning Machines & Equipment
Cleaning Greasy Deep Fryers
Clean Patrons Eating Area
Steam is 100% eco friendly!
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To properly apply Fire Glaze, first, wash the vehicle with soap and water, and then dry the vehicle thoroughly. If mild oxidation exists, use Fire Glaze polish by hand rubbing or with a machine buffer (Max rpm 1500) to remove all oxidized paint, etc). If severe oxidation exists, we recommend using Fire Glaze Micro Finishing Compound instead of the Polish. In either case, do not let it dry to a haze. You rub it in until it disappears. If the vehicle you are putting Fire Glaze on has a metallic paint that has faded or is too far gone, nothing will bring back the luster or gloss even if you use a rubbing compound. The reason why is that metallic paints before 1977 were not acrylic metallics. They were lead-based metallics with a lacquer coating. When the sun burns off the lacquer coating, all you have left is the lead. Any polish applied to lead will turn black. You just can not polish lead. However, any acrylic metallic after 1977; any lacquered paint job before 1977; any enamel paint job before 1977; and any acrylic enamel before 1977 can have Fire Glaze applied. Fire Glaze will restore the color of the paint on any vehicle as long as the paint is still on the vehicle, and the primer is not showing through. it dry to a haze.
Do You Need To Clay?
Chances are, the answer is yes. The surface of your vehicle faces assaults from the environment every time it’s out in the weather. Each road trip brings new insults from roadway debris, exhaust films, and airborne pollution. They will splash, mar, and embed themselves in that beautiful paint job you’ve labored over. Vehicles can accumulate these contaminants any time, any place – even at the dealership.
The Bag Test: There’s a simple test that will indicate whether or not you need to clay. Wash and dry your vehicle, put a plastic sandwich bag over your hand and lightly rub your fingertips over the paint. If it feels gritty or rough, your paint is contaminated.
*Heat resistant, over 150 degrees.
Auto Detailing Clay Bar is an engineered resin compound used to remove contaminants from the surface of your car’s paint, glass, fiberglass and metal. Detailing clay can be natural or synthetic, though most manufacturers utilize synthetic clays.
Protect &beautify your Investment with Fire-Glaze.
*Restores even badly faded surfaces
Here at Chris And Roberts Auto Spa.We will go the extra mile for our customers so we will receive your business now and far into the future.
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With the Temper Flex No Buffer Swirl Ever.
* If it Floats, Fly's or Rolls 303 will Protect it.
Chris and Roberts Auto Spa
*Ultra-smooth finish stays cleaner, longer
*When Fabric Guard is Applied to your Fabric and Carpeting it becomes Hydrophobic,
How Does Auto Detailing Clay Work?
Detailing clay glides along the surface of your paint and grabs anything that protrudes from the surface. The particle sticks to the clay and is therefore removed from your vehicle. The surface being clayed should always be wet with clay lubricant to prevent loose debris from scratching the vehicle.
Used properly, detailing clay is completely safe and nonabrasive.Its a much better option than polishing to remove these contaminants because clay doesn’t remove any paint.
*Ultimate sun blocking Technology, Keeps RPDM rubber Roofing,Vinyl, All rubber, Leather, Gell Coat, Fiber Glass like brand new for life.
What Does Detailing Clay Remove?
Your vehicle is under constant assault from airborne pollutants. Brake dust, industrial fallout, acid rain deposits and rail dust all can adhere to your vehicle. These contaminants often contain metal particulates, which accounts for the ease with which they penetrate the clear coat to attack the paint below. These contaminants then oxidize, and they allow rust to spread beneath the clear coat. Tiny orange spots today, total paint system failure tomorrow! Detailing clay removes these contaminants in order to keep the paint healthy and vibrant.
Detailing Clay also removes stubborn sap, tar, and bug remains. Detailing clay works wonder on glass as well. Try some the next time you’re washing your windows. You’ll be amazed at the results!
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Leaving the defects alone: ….who wants to do that? No one really, but sometimes it is necessary to do! If there is very little paint to work with, or the specific defect is too deep, it may be best to leave it alone and live with it resting in the paint. If you cut too deep, you will end up doing more damage than good, leaving yourself with a repaint necessary to fix a now prominent defect where before it was just a subtle imperfection. Deep RIDS (Random Isolated Deep Scratch) should be left alone and concealed in the situation where the paint has had its share of paint correction work!
While you are sitting in your garage, out in a parking lot, or at a car show, you may notice paint imperfections such as swirl marks all over the paint. Then, you wonder how you should go about removing these imperfections. Should you remove them completely, remove most of them, fill them in and conceal them, or not do anything at all? Here is a little summary of your options:
Compounding away defects: This process will remove the defects rather quickly, but at a cost. With each compound pass, more and more paint is being removed from the car. You only want to use a compound when the damage to the paint is significant, or deep. If you have never had the car detailed before, a compound would be the first step to a rich and deep gloss. If you have had the car compounded on more than a few occasions, it might be best to leave some defects in the paint unless a repaint is an option down the road. If you don’t have access to a paint thickness guage to monitor how much clear coat has been removed over time, you may want to opt for a less aggressive method.