Fine Touch Auto Pros

Car wash & deatiling service

Bruce Adams Jr. and his wife Ashley Adams our founders and owners of Fine Touch Auto Pros, Kansas City’s top rated auto detailing service. They have 3 beautiful children who they adore and are raising to be leaders in all areas of their lives. With more than 6 years of detailing experience and a lifelong passion for caring for the needs of others, they are able to provide the best detailing experience to their current and future clients.

​Bruce is a am a former University of North Alabama basketball standout and has received his Bachelors Degree in Interdisciplinary studies with emphasis in Exercise Science. Roar Lions! Ashley is a University of Kansas graduate and has received her Bachelors in Journalism with emphasis in Strategic Communication. Rock Chalk! Go KU!

​Thank you for choosing to support a local and family owned business.

We give all glory & honor to God!

Fine Touch Auto Pros owners

Popular Questions

How often should I have my car detailed?
The frequency of car detailing depends on various factors, including your driving habits, environmental conditions, and personal preferences. As a general guideline, many car owners opt for a comprehensive detailing service every six months to a year to maintain their vehicle’s appearance and protect its value. However, if you frequently drive in harsh conditions, live in an area with extreme weather, or want your car to consistently look its best, more frequent detailing, such as every three to four months, may be beneficial. Ultimately, the choice of how often to get your car detailed depends on your specific needs and priorities.

Why should I get my car professionally detailed?
Getting your car detailed by a professional offers several compelling reasons. Firstly, professionals have the expertise, tools, and high-quality products to achieve meticulous results, whether it’s paint correction, interior rejuvenation, or protective coatings. Secondly, professional detailing helps maintain your vehicle’s value by preserving its appearance and preventing deterioration, ultimately enhancing its resale potential. Lastly, it saves you time and effort, as experts efficiently and effectively handle all aspects of the detailing process, leaving your car looking and feeling its best without the hassle of DIY cleaning.

What is the difference between a car detail and a full car wash?
Car detailing and a car wash differ significantly in scope and depth of service. A car wash is a surface-level cleaning process focused on the exterior of the vehicle. It typically involves washing, rinsing, and sometimes drying the car, with the primary goal being the removal of dirt and grime.

In contrast, car detailing is a more comprehensive service that includes thorough cleaning and rejuvenation of both the interior and exterior of the vehicle. Detailing addresses fine details like interior upholstery, dashboard, and exterior paint condition, often involving processes such as paint correction, polishing, waxing, and interior deep cleaning. The aim is not only cleanliness but also enhancing the vehicle’s appearance and protecting it from long-term wear and tear.

Additionally, car detailing tends to be more time-consuming and labor-intensive than a car wash, with a focus on precision and meticulous attention to detail, making it a more involved and specialized service.

Is it safe to use tunnel car washes?
Using tunnel car washes may pose safety concerns for several reasons. Firstly, the mechanical brushes and automated systems used in tunnel car washes can potentially damage a vehicle’s exterior, leading to scratches and paint damage. Secondly, these systems lack the ability to adapt to the specific needs of each vehicle, making them less effective in thoroughly cleaning all areas, including delicate or complex features like side mirrors and spoilers. Lastly, the limited control and customization in tunnel car washes increase the risk of accidents or damage when loose or improperly secured parts, such as side mirrors or roof racks, get caught in the automated cleaning process.

Is it safe to use a touchless car wash?
Using a touchless car wash may not be the safest option due to several reasons. Firstly, the high-pressure water jets used can potentially dislodge loose parts or damage fragile components on the vehicle, such as antennas, side mirrors, or roof racks, leading to costly repairs. Secondly, the reliance on chemical detergents in touchless washes can expose your vehicle to strong and potentially abrasive chemicals that may harm the paint or protective coatings over time. Lastly, the automated nature of touchless car washes means that there’s a lack of personal supervision and the ability to address any issues or complications that may arise during the cleaning process, potentially resulting in damage or accidents that go unnoticed.

Quality of Service

Fine Touch Auto Pros distinguishes itself in the auto detailing industry by delivering unparalleled quality of service. Our team of experienced professionals employs the latest techniques and premium products to ensure meticulous care for your vehicle, whether it’s paint correction, interior rejuvenation, or protective coatings. We take pride in our attention to detail, customer-centric approach, and dedication to excellence, all of which result in vehicles that not only look exceptional but also maintain their value over time. Choose Fine Touch Auto Pros for a service that consistently exceeds expectations and keeps your vehicle in its best condition.

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