After a full detail, why not add the cherry on top with engine bay cleaning? A clean engine bay also makes it easier to spot any future problems like oil or water leaks.
Over time your engine bay will have built up a fine layer of grease and oil. Dust and other contaminants stick to this layer. It also keeps building up over time and can ruin the look of any engine bay. That’s why we offer full engine bay cleaning at Black River Details on the Hampshire and West Sussex border.
Engine Bay Cleaning with Black River Details.
If the engine bay isn’t all that dirty, then we’ll use a commercial steam machine to remove light dust, dirt and grease leaving a fresh factory finish. If however, the bay requires a full clean we’ll complete the following process.
- We’ll clean your engine bay at the very start of the detail. We’ll cover any sensitive electrical components, alarms and air filters with plastic to avoid water ingress.
- After this, the engine bay will receive a layer of snow foam. We will work this in with various brushes to the majority of the dirt.
- Finally, we’ll use a safe but powerful biodegradable degreaser with an assortment of brushes to agitate and lift stubborn dirt. The engine bay cleaning process will end with a rinse off and blow dry.
On certain high-performance cars, it may be possible to vastly improve the appearance of the engine bay. Any chrome or polished strut tower braces, or clear coated carbon fibre can be machine polished. This process removes any defects and returns it to a like new state.
A protective, water-based dressing is applied to keep the engine bay cleaner for longer and make it easier to clean when it does need it. This process also gives a nice like-new apperance to the various plastic and rubber components. If you happen to have a vehicle that has any carbon fiber, gloss plastic or painted parts in the engine bay, then we can ceramic coate these, provided the vehicle has been booked in for ceramic coating.
Contact us if you’d like to find out more about the services we offer. We are based on the Hampshire West Sussex border.