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  • How long does it take to detail my car?
    A FULL DETAIL, typically requires 6 hours, while an INTERIOR or EXTERIOR ONLY DETAIL requires only around 4-5 hours. Please allow more time for pickup trucks and SUVs. We will give you a better timeframe once we complete your pre-cleaning checklist.
  • How often should a vehicle be detailed?
    At least three times per year. Detailing has proven to be effective in getting you a better resale/trade-in price. So, if you are planning on selling/trading your car, make sure to have it detailed within a week of selling/trading it. It is usually when selling a vehicle that most people consider detailing. But, by that time (an average of 5 years) the vehicle has too much wear and tear to restore it to a like new condition. That's why we urge our customers to think of auto detailing as a maintenance program the same as changing the fluids, getting a tune-up or rotating the tires. Most people don't realize that in most cases, it is less expensive to replace the engine than to replace a "factory paint job"! We recommend at least 2 to 5 times a year depending on your driving and car washing habits and how you store your vehicle. Is it parked inside or outside most of the time? Do you wash it every other day or maybe only once a month? How do you wash it? Do you spend so much time in your vehicle that you feel like it's your home? These are just some of the determining factors that we consider in recommending what maintenance schedule is best for you.
  • How do I pay?
    We accept Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover and Cash - no Checks accepted.
  • Are you insured for any damages caused by you or your equipment?
    Colorado Autowerks is fully insured for any damage caused by its workmanship or cleaning materials/equipment. Our cleaning materials are Eco Friendly meaning non-toxic, biodegradable, no bleaches or chlorine. We are extremely careful with our customer's property. We perform a pre-cleaning inspection of the entire vehicle which highlights any pre-existing problem areas (i.e. tears; worn areas; stains which have discolored fabrics, leather or vinyl; dents, scratches, cracked or damaged glass. We review the inspection form with the customer and have them sign the form.
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