Thorough Engine Cleaning Services
Remove The Dust, Dirt, and Debris To Get A Like-New Condition Again
Your Engine Bay Will Look 10x Better
Whether you just purchased your vehicle, plan on selling it, or just want to give it some well needed TLC, your engine will look much better once we’re done.
Not only does a clean engine bay make your car look better (legend has it, it’s also faster), but it helps you diagnose car problems easier. You’ll be able to quickly tell where the cause of leak is or if anything has torn.
Here’s Our Engine Cleaning Process:
1 Inspect engine bay
We want to make sure there’s nothing that we need to keep an eye on during the cleaning.
2 Cover sensitive areas
Depending on the car, this might be the battery, intake, etc…
3 Spray and agitate
This is where the heavy work is done with multiple brushes and cleaners.
4 Dry and blow any water
Now it’s time to dry the entire engine bay (including all the water in the tight areas).
5 Final touch up and dress plastic
Wrapping up the engine, we’ll touch up any areas that need it and shine up all the plastic panels.
A lot of our customers are worried about cleaning their engine bay themselves as they think they might cause some type of damage. And just like anything else, without the proper tools, knowledge, and skills, you could cause some damage.
So when you have us go out to clean your engine, you can be sure we have all the proper knowledge, skills, and tools to get the job done properly with no damage whatsoever
Engine Cleaning FAQ
Do I bring the car to you?Do you come to me?
Yes, for a standalone engine cleaning service, we require the vehicle to be dropped off at our shop location. We no longer offer the engine cleaning as a mobile service.
How long does this service take?
It depends on the size and condition, but it typically takes 30 minutes to complete. If the condition is worse, it’ll take longer.
Are you going to use water on my engine bay?
Yes, but we’re not flooding the engine bay with water. We’re careful to cover up the necessary areas, we hold the wand at a safe distance, and the primary focus is to rinse off the dirt and that’s it.
There’s an oil leak/spill. Can you clean that up?
If your engine bay is covered in oil/grease, we will not be able to service it. There’s only so much we can clean and are not able to get under or thoroughly into the engine bay where a lot of the mess is collected.