With my new car being built next week, I need to start thinking about its protection (paintwork that is). I'd already turned down the overpriced Autoglym protection they try to push, and was planning to get a detailer to do the job as significantly cheaper (and prob better than the muppets employed by a dealership). However whilst on the phone to the dealer, they mentioned that they actually use an external company called procleanse for their valeting needs, and offered the autoglym stuff at £200 (instead of £399). This would include the full protection inside/out plus the usual bag of cleaning goodies.The detailer was around £175 ish.Now the question is - has anybody heard of these guys (procleanse), and are they decent i.e. can they be trusted not to make a complete hash of things, or do I just go with my original plan of using a detailer?