Car Detailing Minneapolis | St. Paul By Pristine Detail
Pristine Detail is proud to offer full-service car detailing Minneapolis at our state-of-the-art facility in the Minneapolis/St. Paul area. Our shop is fully staffed with highly skilled auto detailing technicians. We use top shelf detailing products and provide detailing services guaranteed to fit every need. Our professional services include interior and exterior detailing, paint correction, paint protection, Ceramic Pro, SunTek, headlight restoration, dog hair removal, odor removal, hand washes, vinyl wraps, window tinting and several auto body services. Take a look below at our available services and feel free to visit us in St. Paul today!
Ceramic paint protection is a liquid nano ceramic coating that protects your vehicle’s original finish from dirt, damage, and fading. The Ceramic Pro coating is 10 times harder than your vehicle’s original clear coating, giving your car a sleeker and cleaner looking finish. Nano technology gives the finish self-cleaning properties. The hardened surface keeps bird droppings, bugs, dirt, tar and graffiti paint from bonding to the surface.
Pristine Detail offers several Ceramic Pro packages with a variety of warranties.
With as much time as you spend in your luxury and exotic vehicle, interior detailing is necessary to keep your vehicle looking like new. Located just a few minutes from Hamline University off Snelling Avenue, Pristine Detail employs professionals who take the time necessary to care for your luxury and exotic vehicles. We use the highest quality products to keep the surfaces and carpets in your vehicle beautiful. From stubborn pet hair to hard to remove stains, Pristine Detail’s interior detailing is the best in the Twin Cities.
Clear Bra is an invisible polyurethane-based film that is put on the external surfaces of your vehicle designed to prevent rock chips and other high speed projectiles from damaging the paint. Typically Clear Bra is installed on the leading edges of the vehicle such as the hood, bumpers, mirrors and headlights, or in high contact points including door edges, handles, and the rear bumper.
At Pristine Detail customers often ask, “Why should I wrap my car instead of painting it?” A paint job can range from $3,000-$12,000+ depending on the quality and color choice where a vehicle wrap can cost $500-$5000+ depending on material. Along with this much cheaper price tag comes many benefits that paint cannot offer. Paint quality can vary especially whilst looking for a cheaper price. Cheaper paints will look great at first, but within a few years will begin to look awful and need to be redone. Professionally installed vehicle wraps will leave your vehicle looking great.