Glossy paint is now easier to maintain than ever with ceramic coatings. Resist chemicals, dirt, and and stains, and drastically reduce the time you spend washing your vehicle!
Includes thorough prep work
All vehicles polished to perfect surfaces and optimize coating bond
Coating applied to paint, trim, wheel faces, and glass
Prices Starting at:
3-5 year durability*, and 5-7 year durability* options available
Small (Corvette): 3-5 year $900, 5-7 year $1,200
Medium (BMW 3-series): 3-5 year $1,000, 5-7 year $1,300
Large (Honda Pilot): 3-5 year $1100, 5-7 year $1400
XL (Yukon XL): 3-5 year $1200, 5-7 year $1500
*Estimated durability based on how the vehicle is washed and maintained
Paint correction starting at $500
Wheels-off prep & coating starting at $200
Interior spray coating starting at $150 + cleaning fee when applicable
Half priced Detailed Hand Wash service when you purchase 3, 6, or 12 months up front
How do I maintain my coating?
We recommend hand washing your vehicle with a coating-friendly car wash soap and a soft microfiber wash mitt. We also recommend microfiber drying towels over chamois towels to prevent scratching. The aggressive brushes and detergents in automatic car washes will reduce the effective life of your coating. Some things are still better when done by hand.
Why should I have The Gloss Boss protect my vehicle?
We have installed coatings since 2014, longer than any other shop in the area. We focus on the highest quality, most professional install, and not enticing customers with a cheap price that reflects poor quality and cut corners. As the saying goes "good work isn't cheap, and cheap work isn't good". We also maintain membership with various professional networks and attend training events on a regular basis as an ongoing commitment to quality and professionalism.
How long does your coating last?
While a proper install is important, aftercare and maintenance is most critical when it comes to how long the coating will last. Car owners can typically be placed into three categories when it comes to how well they maintain their vehicle. Its important to be honest with yourself and know your own car care habits in order to get a reasonable estimate of durability.
The first owner is "the enthusiast" who goes to great lengths to keep their vehicle looking pristine. They are hand-washing their vehicle every week or two with premium car wash tools and chemicals and they park on the far end of the parking lot to avoid getting scratched or dinged. This type of owner should easily see maximum life from any coating. See our durability rating above.
Next, would be the "average Joe" owner who doesn't baby their vehicle but still cares enough to wash it every so often even if it means using an automatic tunnel wash. This type of owner might visit their detailer once or twice a year for maintenance and should expect around 75% of the maximum durability rating.
The final type of owner will be someone who is "indifferent" about their vehicle. They will do little to nothing to ever maintain it or keep it clean. This owner should expect 50% or less of the maximum durability rating.