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

2013 Yellow Corvette Stingray

A Guide to Instantly Become a Better Detailer

When you've got a detailing problem and you need to know what product to use, it usually takes some fishing. Until now, there have been no instant "here's your problem, here's your product" resources for exterior detailing on the web, so finding this information meant time consuming research, online shopping, and maybe even watching how-to videos Read More

White Lotus Exige S

What To Consider When Buying Car Care Products

In many ways, buying car care products is like buying skin care products. You need to keep in mind how and where the products to ensure you're providing the surface with the best possible treatment. While background knowledge on procedure and science can put you at an advantage when it comes to picking the right car product, we've simplified the 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

Tape on Car for Detailing

A Simple Step to a Better Detail

The Right Way to Tape Off Your Car Before buffing your car, it's a good idea to know how to tape off areas that are vulnerable during a polishing procedure with detailing tape or painter's tape. Polish can lead to discolored trim and is easily trapped in crevices around emblems and windows. For a better detail and less of a clean up, read on and Read More

Corolla Impala Engine

How To Detail Your Engine

Lookin' Good Under The Hood For some of us, opening the hood is a rare occasion. It's not the first place you clean and it's certainly not the first spot you show the car show judges, unless you've just detailed it that is. The key to an engine detail is time; there are a lot of intricate parts and components, and spiffing up the area requires a Read More

Black Acura Hood

How To Keep Your Car From Looking Awful

What Can Happen If You Axe The Wax As any car enthusiast can attest, when it comes to waxing we're sold on shine. People don't seem to be that picky when it comes to shopping for car care products - keep in mind that most drivers on the road won't even think about waxing their car. It may seem like a no brainer to the enthusiast, but the scary Read More

Spray Paint on Car Carpet

Detailing Is An Art, But Really?

Detailer Uses Spray Paint To Cover Carpet Stains I've heard of detailing horror stories, but this one made me think. First off, what kind of detailer uses spray paint to cover brown carpet stains instead of just shampooing the carpets? Secondly, why would someone take the cheap way out when doing it themselves is so simple? We say we love our Read More