Protect Your Motorcycle With Wax From The Harsh Gilbert Weather
Our wash and wax service is a good way to bring back the shine in your paint and also add protection.
We recommend getting your motorcycle waxed about 3 times a year. The wax we use will typically last about 4 months give or take.
Keeping your motorcycle waxed will ensure your paint lasts its full lifetime while also protecting it from the harsh Gilbert elements.
(price may vary depending on motorcycle size and condition)
What’s Included in a Wash and Wax
Wheels, Tires, and Suspension are cleaned
We thoroughly clean both sides of each wheel and scrub each side of both tires to remove brake dust and road grime.
Motorcycle is Washed With Spot Free Water
We use proper washing techniques to ensure your motorcycle gets a scratch and swirl free wash every time! We also utilize 100% spot free water which is very essential in preventing water spots which are easy to get in Arizona.
Bugs Splatter, Road Tar, and Tree Sap are Removed
We make sure to safely remove all bug splatter from the front, and any tar on the body/wheels of the motorcycle.
Clay Bar Painted Surfaces
The clay bar treatment helps remove embedded contaminants from the paint, leaving behind a smooth surface for the wax to bond to.
Wax is Applied
We now apply the wax using a machine polisher or by hand. The wax we use typically lasts between 4-6 months.
Clean seats and garage cluster
We scrub the seat/seats clean, and carefully clean the handlebars and gauges.
Wash and Wax FAQs
How long does the wax last? The wax we use is rated to last about 4-6 months. If your motorcycle is garage kept and not daily driven it will most likely last 6+ months. If you park outside and drive frequently the wax won’t last as long. If you want longer protection you would want to go with a Ceramic Coating.
Will this remove scratches from my paint? Wax does not permanently remove scratches, but it can sometimes fill in lighter scratches making them less noticeable. To permanently remove scratches from your motorcycle they would need to be polished in our Paint Correction service.
What kind of wax do you use? We use a paste wax that can be applied by hand or by our machine polisher. A paste wax is different from a spray wax and typically lasts longer.
Will wax fix my faded paint? No, wax is unable to bond properly to faded paint. Unfortunately the only real way to fix faded paint would be to get it repainted.
Can you do this at my house? Yes, we’re mobile. These are the cities we currently service :Gold Canyon, Apache Junction, Mesa, Gilbert, Chandler, San Tan Valley, Queen Creek, Scottsdale, Paradise Valley, Tempe.