Paintwork Correction (Polishing - Preservation) The whole idea behind paintwork correction is to fix your car's paintwork. There are two ways of going about paintwork correction by polishing, the first being cutting and the second being preservation. As you can probably assume, cutting will remove paint in order to get underneath the scratches or
From experience at Chicago's premier hand car wash & auto detailing center, we've learned that not only are black cars popular, but that they also require more delicate care. We've put together a 4 part series highlighting proper technique and proper care when dealing with a delicate black paint finish.
Car cleaning may seem like a whole different world to you, but have no fear. We're here to educate, assist, and help you through getting and keeping your car as close to new as possible. We've provided 8 of the most common myths that car wash & detail shop customers believe to be true and have debunked them for your entertainment. Read on to
Article by: Prentice St. Clair The Western Car Wash Association (WCA) held its annual Convention and Trade Show October 11-13, 2010 at the MGM Grand Hotel and Convention Center in Las Vegas. The International Detailing Association (IDA) participated in the event in its ongoing effort to connect with professional detailers, car wash operators,
Drawing comparisons between the Bugatti Veyron and the '95-'96 Bulls may seem a little odd, but let's look at some facts. The Bugatti sports a top speed of over 260 mph, unheard of for the most part. On the way to the '95-'96 Championship, the Bulls routed the entire NBA for a record 72 wins out of 82 games. So which would you rather ride with, a
With the help of Simon's Shine Shop, Chicago's premier hand car wash and auto detailing shop, we've compiled a list of our Top Auto Detail Fixes of 2010. All stories listed are actual experiences from customers at Simon's. If you have similar stories or want to share your detail experiences, feel free to do so by commenting on this post!
Don't be fooled. Just because your car has unsightly surface scratches and minor swirl-marks doesn't mean your car needs to be machine buffed. In fact, on a car such as this 1970 Corvette Stingray LT-1, it's a better idea to stay as far away from a machine as possible. Truth is, impurities like this can be taken care of easily and safely by
Proper car care begins and ends with knowledge. Understanding what a given product or procedure is going to do for you car can help you make proper decisions on extending the life of your vehicle's surfaces, such as paintwork and leather. Today I open the Ask Dr. Beasley's Mailbag to answer customer submitted detailing questions with our 30+ years
As Winter is among us, car care becomes a whole new game. Personally, it appears that most people decide to 'go rogue' once the temperature drops and will use anything accessible to rid their cars of snow, ice, and the rest of Winter's gifts. I kid you not, I've literally seen shovels taken to car doors to remove ice. My personal favorite was the
Black & White by John Barone Walking to work on this particular Sunday afternoon in early December, I find myself fighting my way through a Chicago blizzard that could go toe-to-toe with the best of them; relentless snow blowing laterally across the landscape due to the 25mph+ winds, and of course, bone-chilling, hand-numbing cold. I