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FAQ Nice Detailing

What do I need to do prior to my appointment?


We ask that you remove all personal items from the inside of the vehicle, including the glove box, center console, and trunk if we are completing an interior or complete detail. We are not responsible for any item left in the vehicle, so for insurance reasons, please remove any item that you deem valuable and would like not thrown away.

Also, be sure to note any key trouble spots, both mechanically and cosmetically, to relay to our staff. This will help us gauge areas that you would like us to focus, or areas that we need to be careful servicing.

Do you accept credit cards?

We are able to accept any version of Credit Card, Cash, Venmo, Cash App (NO CHECKS) either on-the-spot with NICE Detailing technician. A copy of the receipt can be sent via e-mail, text message, or by postage.

Should I pay before, or after the service has been completed?

We request payment be made upon pickup of the vehicle. We want to ensure that you are completely satisfied with the final product prior to payment. Also – because we perform a full inspection report with estimated cost for cosmetic repair, the payment at the end may be differ due to the possibility for additional approved services.

How long does it take to detail a vehicle?

We reserve 5 hours for a Platinum Detail appointment, however, this is partially dependent on the vehicle’s condition.

How often should I wax my car?

The more often a vehicle is waxed, the better. Our recommendation is that if the wax is a Liquid Carnauba, then every 1-2 months is acceptable. If a Polymer Sealant is applied, then every 6 months is a good recommendation.

What is the difference between an Exterior Detail and a Paint Restoration?

A general rule, our exterior detail is primarily completed to add protection to the outside of the vehicle, whereas the paint restoration helps bring life back into your vehicle’s exterior. The paint restoration might be a good fit for you if you are looking to remove or reduce swirl marks or light-medium scratches.