Full Car Valet provide car valet services in Mobile Car Valet Kells, County Meath. We pride ourselves on our well built reputation earned throughout the many years in the car valeting industry. At Full Car Valet you will receive a high quality car washing & full valet service in Kells, County Meath from our specialist car washers who are well trained, polite and friendly. We provide specialist washing and valeting services in Kells, County Meath for all types of vehicles from prestige cars, high performance cars and vans, to commercial vehicles, light aircraft and helicopters.
Our full mobile valet cleaning services in Kells, County Meath include the following;
Exterior Valet includes:
Wash & Liquid Wax
Door shuts cleaned
Auto Glym polish applied
Exterior chrome and plastics cleaned
Windows polished inside and out
Interior Valet includes;
Boot space vacuumed & cleaned
All leather upholstery, carpets / floor mats shampooed
Dashboard and wood fascias polished
Our mobile full valet services are used by many clients, big and small companies and individuals in Kells, County Meath.
We use specialist equipment and products to get the best shine on your vehicle. We use purified water so no water marks are left after washing your vehicle. We work with a range of cars everyday, we can clean any car not matter the size or value. Many of loyal customers trust us to give them the best wash for their highly valuable cars.
We are not your every day car cleaners, we provide specialist services and use the correct tools and professional equipment to give you the best possible wash and customer satisfaction. Our full valet services are quick, efficient and affordable, please feel free to browse our gallery page to see what we can achieve.
Kells (/ˈkɛlz/; Irish: Ceanannas) is a town in County Meath, Ireland. The town lies off the M3 motorway, 16 km (10 mi) from Navan and 65 km (40 mi) from Dublin. It is best known as the site of Kells Abbey, from which the Book of Kells takes its name.
The settlement was originally known by the Irish name Ceannanas or Ceannanus, and it is suggested that the name ‘Kells’ developed from this. From the 12th century onward, the settlement was referred to in English and Anglo-Norman as Kenenus, Kenelles, Kenles, Kenlis, Kellis and finally Kells. It has also been suggested that Kenlis and Kells come from an alternative Irish name, Ceann Lios, meaning “[the] head fort”. Kells, Kenlis and Headfort all feature in the titles taken by the Taylor family.
Full Car Valet, offers affordable, professional and friendly service in the local Dublin and County Dublin area. We are family owned and operated, and fully qualified. We don't use gimmicks to attract customers for car valet, instead we rely on word of mouth advertising from our satisfied customers.