Land Cruiser Driving Through Snow

5 Tips For High-Mileage Paintwork

Just because your car's getting old, doesn't mean the paint has to look that way. We know Toyotas and Jeeps are built to last, and you can definitely find a few Hondas with over 150,000 miles puttering around your town if you look, but typically when you see these cars at such high mileage they look like garbage. You know as well as I that the Read More

Lamborghini Aventador Engine Bay

Engine Bay Looking Grey?

Condition Your Engine's Plastic Back To Black Over time the plastic on your car is going to get pretty dull. You'll notice fading, splotching, and discoloration of everything from plastic trim to rubber tubing, but when was the last time you checked under the hood? Due to high heat and the area's infrequent cleaning, the plastic and rubber in your Read More

Mercedes C63 AMG Wheel

How To Save Your Wheels This Winter

If you thought brake dust was bad, imagine what your wheels have to go through when the temperature drops. Road salt and snow are obvious, but don't forget about sand (most cities solution to heightening salt prices). Aside from causing damage, winter also worsens the effects of etching and pitting. While this all sounds bad, it's all Read More

Grey Land Cruiser Covered in Salt

How To Prepare Your Paint for Winter Road Salt

Drop the Wax and Grab the Sealant When winter rears its ugly head this season, you already know to expect road salts. If you've experienced even a mild winter in your life, you know what the salt can do to your paint finish. Not only is it dirtying up your car... it's compromising the integrity of your paintwork. As you may know, salt dehydrates Read More

Matte Car Wax

…And You Thought You Couldn’t Detail a Matte Car

Detailing the Rare Mercedes C63 AMG with Designo Magno Alanite Matte Grey Paint For owners of matte cars, detailing has always been a problem. Where do you go? Can it be done? What happens if a bird decides he has a taste for matte; then what? Well, for matte owners everywhere the best option, until now, may have been to never drive it. For fear Read More

Paint on BMW Hood

Got Paint on Your Paint?

Removing Consumer Paints From Your Car's Finish You've heard the stories: my car got tagged, the handyman spilled some paint, or maybe you just parked poorly at a Russian grocery store. Nevertheless, in the event that you accidentally get paint on your car's finish, it's time to act swiftly before damage occurs. Spray paint and household paints Read More

Mercedes Steering Wheel Close Up

Never Buy A Steering Wheel Cover Again

Eliminate Cracking, Fading, and Discoloration After driving the same car for 3 or more years, you know how a leather or vinyl steering wheel looks when it's been worn down. You can even see where the driver tends to place their hands, and sometimes even how hard they grasp the wheel if it's in bad shape. The good news, however, is that there's a Read More

Volkswagon Interior

How To Care For Your Interior This Winter

When it comes to winter weather, our cars have a lot to endure. Whether it's dry, cold air and salt in the northern states or damp, wet climates in the southern states, the environmental factors that our cars have to deal with can really do a number on our interiors. As winter problems arise and the going gets tough, there are certain things every Read More

Stroing Your Car For Winter

Top 10 Tips For Storing Your Car This Winter

For a lot of enthusiasts, fall is the time we get our last drives in, head to the final club event, and detail our babies one last time before packing it in for winter. While we all know what winter can do to a car, not everyone knows what to do when storing them for the season. To break it down and make it simple, here are our top 10 winter Read More

Silver Porsche in Snow

How To Prepare Your Car For Winter

A Fall Detailing Guide It’s coming. That dreaded time of the year when we trade in flip-flops for snow boots and t-shirts for sweaters. Now, I’m not bringing this up because I want to put you in a funk thinking about winter for the rest of the day, but rather because while we all know how to ready ourselves for the winter, we don’t always do the Read More