These guys take their work seriously. You get what you pay for. Brought my model S in to get paint protection and the prep was meticulous. Great shine! Guys are really helpful too and go out of your way to be helpful!
Berkeley is located on the east of the San Francisco Bay Area. The city is in northern Alameda County, and has a population of about 122,000. Berkeley prides itself on being both liberal as well as a hub of Art, cuisine, culture and general good living. It is named after George Berkeley, a clergy man and philosopher of the 18th century.
Berkeley houses the University of California’s oldest campus, which is the University of California, Berkeley. In addition, Berkeley is home to the Graduate Theological Union, which is one of the world’s largest schools for religious instruction. Points of interest include Tilden Regional Park, the University of California, Berkeley, and the University of California Botanical Gardens.
We Are OCDetailing
in Bay Area, California.
Our specialty is the application of automotive paint protection. These include clear bra paint protection film (PFF), ceramic paint coatings, window tinting, and more.
As technology evolves so does the paint systems and the way paint is protected. OCDetailing has been on the forefront of this evolution in the San Francisco Bay Area for years. We are one of the few who have the honor in stating that we are a CQuartz Finest Reserve select installer, an Opti Coat Pro Plus certified Installer, and a leader in quality work for years. We have been nominated for detailer of the year and have done more paint corrections to a concourse level than any other shop in the Bay Area. Add that to our long standing reputation for setting the highest of bars for paint protection film installs, that truly defy the physics of film. We have a standard of creating some truly seamless paint protection film installs. Our flawless attention to detail, 1000’s of happy clients, and our never ending pursuit of perfection is why we can say in all honesty “WE BRING THE SHINE!”