It's car season again, and that usually means weekend drives and meetings with car clubs, going to car shows, and a lot of detailing for some of us. As the weather improves, it becomes ever so clear just how dirty your car really is. And whether you're meeting a group of friends by the Culver's or competing in a show, your car's got to look good,
Matte Motorcycle Is Here - Shop Now! (Read more...) Attention motorcyclists and bikers everywhere - matte motorcycle paint care is coming to a car care website near you. You may have considered matte paint care in the past and thought all that product was more than you needed - you were right. We have adapted our matte paint detailing kit to
Enjoying a beautiful weekend? How many times have you thought that, gotten your car washed, and then smacked your forehead when the inevitable Spring rain ensued? My guess is quite a few. Well there's one way to handle it - scorn the car wash over their obnoxious rain guarantee. And then there's another - wax your car and buy a microfiber towel.
While the undercarriage is usually the dirtiest part of your car, it’s also probably the most overlooked when it comes to cleaning. After all, out of sight, out of mind. Many people even realize that they should clean their undercarriage but don’t, simply because it’s a pain. This was a problem at our detailing shop too, until we devised a clever
Okay, so first things first - breaking down an automatic car wash is extremely simple. It's a machine full of twirling brushes, spitting foam, pressurized water, rollers to move the car forward (and damage your rims), and a giant blowdryer to top it all off. Sounds terrible. But to make it a bit more real.. take a peak at this video as I go over
With Spring quickly perking up, the time has come to witness the condition of your car's post-winter (or post-storage) paint finish. Chances are you're looking at a cloudy, splotchy, just plain unsightly surface - am I right? Some have it worse than others, but one thing's for sure... when spring comes around it's time to think about reinstating
Recently an acquaintance of mine, for no particular reason, gifted me a chamois (sort of a weird gift, but whatever). Now, I’m not a fan of chamois, and I don’t recommend them. So while it was a thoughtful gift, I won’t be using it. Below I’ll break down why, and how you could save yourself a few headaches by skipping the chamois as well.
It happens to the best of us, and more often than you'd think. Pens and leather seats just don't mesh, and removing the ink stain can be somewhat confusing if you don't have the right leather care products handy. It can also give you a bit of a headache if you're searching around the internet for the "proper" procedure. Hopefully the confusion ends
Basically speaking, an automotive clear bra is basically a plastic wrap for potentially damageable regions of your car - lower fascia, side mirrors, rocker panels, and basically any surface facing directly toward the front/bottom of the car. The main use for a clear bra is, of course, to protect these areas from road debris that might kick up on
Ah, St. Patty's day! It's coming quickly, and if you're someone in a relatively populous area that has even a wee bit of Irish heritage, you know what kind of party March 17th is. So what's this have to do with car care? Designated drivers + packed cars + notorious drinking holiday = vomit. If you've never been fortunate enough to drive drunk