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MAX WAX Car Valeting provide the complete mobile car valet service for all your valeting requirements in Eastbourne East Sussex and across the South of England.
Our mobile team carry out car valeting at homes, offices and leisure venues in Eastbourne East Sussex and throughout Sussex, Surrey and Hampshire. We have over 24 years experience in the business and our valeters can valet everything from everyday cars and prestige makes, to classic cars and rare collectibles, boats and helicopters. Our customers trust us to look after their pride and joy, and we will wash, clean and valet your car with care, pride and an attention to detail that is second to none. If you have a prestige model, or a car that is in need of some work to bring it back to its former glory our team operate from fully insured, self-contained vans to provide you with a high quality, convenient car valeting service.
Autogylm Lifeshine in Eastbourne East Sussex
Autoglym Lifeshine protects your car paintwork, upholstery, carpets and glass from everyday wear, tear and dirt. It also enhances your car’s appearance, helping it look better for longer. If you live in Eastbourne East Sussex we’ll come to you and spend an entire day working on your car inside and out. Autoglym Lifeshine from MAX WAX will make your car sparkle and protect it’s condition and value for years to come.
Mobile Car Repairs in Eastbourne East Sussex
We don’t just make your car look fantastic – if you live in Eastbourne East Sussex we can repair it at a great value price too. We are fully mobile and can come to you for car dent, bumper scuff and paint repairs, alloy wheel repairs, windscreen repairs, air-conditioning repairs, vehicle servicing, fabric, upholstery and hood repairs.
Local information for Eastbourne East Sussex
Eastbourne is a large town situated at the eastern end of the South Downs alongside the famous Beachy Head cliff. The sheltered position of the main town behind the cliff contributes to Eastbourne’s title of sunniest place in Great Britain. Assisted by the arrival of the railway, Eastbourne became a prime Victorian seaside resort and still is today. Although Eastbourne has some industrial trading estates, it is essentially a seaside resort and derives its main income from tourism. The focus of the tourism trade is the four miles (6 km) of shingle beach, lined with a seafront of hotels and guest houses.