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BEST CAR DETAILING THORNHILL-RICHMOND HILL PARADISE Car Detailing is your one stop car wash and detailing shop in THORNHILL.

THORNHILL-RICHMOND HILL Car Detailing and Ceramic Coating by PARADISE CAR DETAILING, THORNHILL-RICHMOND HILL’s Best 5 Star Car Detailing Company. Professional auto detailing services we provide are based on your automotive needs and preference. We run a First Class auto detailing and ceramic car coating studio to achieve quality car detailing work for clients demanding perfection, appreciation and respect for their vehicle.

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At Paradise Auto ,We understand that every vehicle owner works on a different budget. This is why we offer several packages for car detailing in THORNHILL-RICHMOND HILL to suit differing budgets. Basic cleaning packages are great for those on a tight budget whereas more extensive detailing options include specialized treatments. Our variety of packages not only assure affordable car detailing in THORNHILL-RICHMOND HILL for everyone, but we also allow vehicle owners to make their selection based on their needs. Optional extras are also available which means that vehicle owners can add the extras they need without breaking the bank.

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We offer a one-of-a-kind, convenient way to get your car clean. Call our mobile car detailing Toronto service for:

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We offer car interior detailing, exterior car cleaning and detailing service in THORNHILL-RICHMOND HILL, leather cleaning, car wash, interior steam cleaning, Paint Correction, Ceramic Coating and Graphene Coating, Paint Protection Film featuring best clear bra brands from: STEK, XPEL Ultimate Plus, SunTek. We specialize in some of the finest cars in the world and treat each vehicle with care and attention.

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Hot Water Extraction Upholstery Cleaning
Interior Steam Cleaning
Flat, Matte, Satin Paint Finish Care
Ceramic Coating, Graphene Coating
Overspray, Tree Sap Removal
Scratch, Paint Swirl Repair
Paint Correction and Protection
Ceramic Paint Coatings: Nanolex, Kamikaze, Gyeon
Paint Protection Film (Clear Bra) SunTek, XPEL, STEK

Clay Bar Treatment Contamination Removal
Interior Leather Cleaning
Wheel, Tire Cleaning, Protection Coating
Car Debadging, Emblem Removal
Engine Detailing
Headlight Restoration
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Do you know that the history of car wash is longer than the history of car? Experiments on auto detailing started in 1800s. With profuse innovations, new products and methods surface on a daily basis. How the car detailing process started should arouse your interest. Look at the major developments that took place in the car detailing industry.

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Developments of 1800s

In a German town, namely Bischofsheim, wax was produced for the first time. The year of production was 1800. The function of the wax was to protect paint that was applied to horse carriage.

In the year 1886, Karl Benz manufactured the world’s first car. The car moved with the power of gasoline. Currently, the automobile company is known as Mercedez Benz. Wilhelm Mayback and Gottlieb Daimler floated the company in 1889.

Research and Development of Polishing Compound

In 1888, Menzerna came up with the concept of polishing compounds. It started to produce various liquid, solid and paste polishing compounds.

Car Detailing Developments in 1900s

In 1901, Frank Meguiar Jr. floated a small furniture polish plant and laboratory in his garage. The company is called Meguiar’s. Currently, it is the one of the leading producers of car detailing products in the world.

George Simons developed carnauba wax product and cleaner in 1910. The company was named as Simons Manufacturing Company. The products were branded as the Simons paste wax and Simons Cleaner.

In 1912, the auto detailing process was termed as simonizing. The company was rechristened as Simoniz.

In 1920, 3M launched a sandpaper for the first time that reduced airborne dust during the vehicle manufacturing process. In 1925, a major development took place in the car detailing industry. 3M introduced masking tape to the auto detailing industry. The masking tape helped the painters to get a razor sharp line on two tone paint assignments.

Ben Hirsch invented the first bottled car wax in 1944. It was branded as Plastone. Due to its hard shell finish, the liquid auto polish was rechristened as Turtle Wax.

DuPont launched the world’s first polymer sealant in 1969. By 1970’s, car detailers in Europe and Japan used metallic based paints that featured clear coat. The clear coat feature resulted in long lasting color, gloss and outstanding hardness. The use of this kind of paint swept across the US as well.

During 1970s, Cyclo U.S.A. designed the unique twin head orbital action polisher for the aircraft industry. The polisher also became useful in the car detailing industry.

The detailing clay which was used in Japan during 1980s was launched in the US in 1990. 1990s saw the introduction of oven dried, water based two stage paint system. This process improved the clear coat system.

During 1990’s, Sweden witnessed the usage of microfibers. Detailing products made of microfibers gradually became popular in the entire Europe.

Car Detailing Developments in 2000s

Do you know that the history of car wash is longer than the history of car? Experiments on auto detailing started in 1800s. With profuse innovations, new products and methods surface on a daily basis. How the car detailing process started should arouse your interest. Look at the major developments that took place in the car detailing industry. Car Detailing Developments of 1800s In a German town, namely Bischofsheim, wax was produced for the first time. The year of production was 1800. The function of the wax was to protect paint that was applied to horse carriage. In the year 1886, Karl Benz manufactured the world’s first car. The car moved with the power of gasoline. Currently, the automobile company is known as Mercedez Benz. Wilhelm Mayback and Gottlieb Daimler floated the company in 1889. Research and Development of Polishing Compound In 1888, Menzerna came up with the concept of polishing compounds. It started to produce various liquid, solid and paste polishing compounds. Car Detailing Developments in 1900s In 1901, Frank Meguiar Jr. floated a small furniture polish plant and laboratory in his garage. The company is called Meguiar’s. Currently, it is the one of the leading producers of car detailing products in the world. George Simons developed carnauba wax product and cleaner in 1910. The company was named as Simons Manufacturing Company. The products were branded as the Simons paste wax and Simons Cleaner. In 1912, the auto detailing process was termed as simonizing. The company was rechristened as Simoniz. In 1920, 3M launched a sandpaper for the first time that reduced airborne dust during the vehicle manufacturing process. In 1925, a major development took place in the car detailing industry. 3M introduced masking tape to the auto detailing industry. The masking tape helped the painters to get a razor sharp line on two tone paint assignments. Ben Hirsch invented the first bottled car wax in 1944. It was branded as Plastone. Due to its hard shell finish, the liquid auto polish was rechristened as Turtle Wax. DuPont launched the world’s first polymer sealant in 1969. By 1970’s, car detailers in Europe and Japan used metallic based paints that featured clear coat. The clear coat feature resulted in long lasting color, gloss and outstanding hardness. The use of this kind of paint swept across the US as well. During 1970s, Cyclo U.S.A. designed the unique twin head orbital action polisher for the aircraft industry. The polisher also became useful in the car detailing industry. The detailing clay which was used in Japan during 1980s was launched in the US in 1990. 1990s saw the introduction of oven dried, water based two stage paint system. This process improved the clear coat system. During 1990’s, Sweden witnessed the usage of microfibers. Detailing products made of microfibers gradually became popular in the entire Europe. Car Detailing Developments in 2000s PPG Industries introduced CeramiClear in 2000. It is a binary clear coat composition which prevents paint from degradation due to UV radiation, salt, acid rain, etc. The car paint industry made progress with the introduction of clear coat sealants in 2007. This is the brief history of auto detailing. With these innovations, a reputed car detailing service in creates the best results.

This is the brief history of auto detailing. With these innovations, a reputed car detailing service in creates the best results.

The community of Thornhill is divided in half between the City of Markham and the City of Vaughan, and runs along both the east and west sides of Yonge Street. The growth and development of Thornhill is directly related to: the development of Yonge Street as a transportation route the Don River system running through the village Thornhill’s proximity to Toronto Yonge Street looking north in Thornhill, ca. 1900 Yonge Street Yonge Street was first developed as a military road by the first Lieutenant-Governor of Upper Canada, John Graves Simcoe. In 1792, a guide showed Simcoe an aboriginal route connecting Lake Ontario to Lake Simcoe from York (Toronto). The trail was surveyed, and by 1793 William Berczy cleared the trail from Toronto to the present site of Thornhill. Later that year, soldiers were dispatched by Simcoe to finish the road to Holland Landing (Lake Simcoe). Simcoe also announced a plan to attract settlers to Upper Canada (Ontario) in 1792. The plan offered settlers 80 hectares (200 acres) of land provided they complete these tasks within the first two years of ownership: build a home clear 10 metres of land across the front of the property for a road clear and fence four hectares (10 acres) of grant land By 1800, all the lots between what are now Steeles Avenue and Langstaff Road were granted to future settlers. Simcoe’s policies helped populate and develop communities throughout Upper Canada. Benjamin Thorne’s mills The years following the War of 1812 saw another wave of immigration take place. The end of the Napoleonic Wars meant significant social and economic change in Great Britain. This resulted in upper-class families and servicemen leaving Great Britain to start a new life in North America. The arrival of Benjamin Thorne in 1820 was particularly important. Thorne set up a warehouse in York that dealt with the export of grain and import of iron. He then purchased the remains of a burnt down mill and renovated it into a gristmill. By 1830, he was operating a gristmill, sawmill and tannery. Thorne became a major influence in the economic life of the village. The small settlement became known as Thorne’s Mills and then Thorne’s Hill. In 1828, Thorne and his brother-in-law, William Parson, petitioned for a post office. It was granted in 1829 and the village was officially called Thornhill, with Mr. Parson being its first postmaster. By 1830, Thornhill had a variety of services and industries including a distillery, millwright, several blacksmiths, harness makers, shopkeeper, tanner, weaver, sawmills and more. Thornhill's First Post Office located in the small building next to William Parson's home, 1828 Growth and development Between 1830 and 1848, Thornhill experienced constant growth. The business district developed on Yonge Street in the area between Centre Street and John Street. Stagecoaches (covered wagons) travelled between Holland Landing and York as Yonge Street’s road conditions improved and many churches, which stand to this day, were built. Agricultural farming thrived during this period as local farmers took advantage of new mechanical advances, such as reapers (machines that pick crops at harvest) and threshers (machines that separate grain). Millers also found a ready market for their products in the protected British market. The village acquired further services and the original Crown lots were subdivided to provide for the needs of the new urban class. By 1848, Thornhill was the largest community on Yonge Street north of Toronto, having a population of approximately 700 people. Thornhill had grown into a busy milling centre by the mid-1840s. However, the factors that fostered its growth, namely government policy, economics and technology, all evolved and changed around mid-century resulting in an extended period of inactivity. The biggest change was the British government’s elimination of the Corn Laws in 1846, which ended lower import tariffs for Canadian grain into British markets. Mill decline As the need for mills declined, farmers and millers suffered. Thorne was left with no market and went bankrupt. In 1848, he committed suicide after selling his assets and paying off his creditors. This was the first of a long series of events that eroded the economic base of the village: a decline in milling continued in the latter part of the 19th century as less lumber was required agriculture was in a state of flux by the mid-1870s farmers began engaging in mixed farming to protect themselves from fluctuating grain prices Steam power By the mid-19th century, steam had replaced waterpower as the main source of energy. Transportation was particularly affected as the railroad was being expanded. Communities wanted the tracks to run through their villages to take advantage of the benefits the trains would bring. Thornhill, however, was bypassed, losing potential growth as a result. By the end of the 19th century, Thornhill had become primarily a service centre for the surrounding farmland. Railways and automobiles In 1896, a new mode of transportation, the Metropolitan Radial Railway (bus-like cabins on rails) reached Thornhill, and brought commuters to and from Toronto. Before this railway, the only public transit to the city was a three-hour ride by stagecoach. The electric street railway was a significant improvement in both speed and convenience. For the first time, it was possible to live in Thornhill and work in Toronto. By the late 1920s, the automobile became a popular source of transportation for many people, further facilitating travel along Yonge Street.

The City of Richmond Hill started out as a small settlement located partially in the township of Vaughan and partially in the township of Markham. The City's development was closely linked with the development of Yonge Street, which was planned primarily as a military road by John Graves Simcoe, the first Lieutenant-Governor of the Province of Upper Canada. 

The City was officially incorporated on June 18, 1872 as a village and the first Council Meeting was held on January 1, 1873 under the leadership of Abraham Law as Reeve. Richmond Hill developed because of its proximity to Toronto, as farmers came into City on their way to Toronto markets and people travelled up and down Yonge Street to and from communities further north. 

Early in the twentieth century, several large greenhouse operations were built in Richmond Hill, while rose growing turned the City into the "rose capital" of Canada. In the 1920's, village council adopted the motto of the Duke of Richmond, for whom the City may have been named. A local artist and carriage painter, William Ashford Wright, created a City crest that included elements of the Duke of Richmond's coat of arms and roses. 

Data from the recent census conducted by Statistics Canada indicated that Richmond Hill continues to be one of Canada's fastest growing municipalities. The City's population exceeded 200,000 in 2014. 

In March 2019, Richmond Hill Council voted to rename the "Town of Richmond Hill" to the "City of Richmond Hill." The name change influences how the municipality sees itself and how others perceive it.

Over the years, Richmond Hill has remained a distinctive community, one of change yet with strong historical roots. Even during this time of most extensive growth to-date, Richmond Hill has remained a community with a friendly, down-to-earth flavour. That is why the City's unofficial motto is "A little north, a little nicer."