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

Matte Black Saab Wheel

Removing The Brakedust You Can’t See

Once A Year, Full Wheel Detail It's no secret how dirty your car's wheels get over the course of a year. Regular car washes and protection will help to keep them looking clear, but there's a side of your wheels that your eyes don't see. By following our wheel cleaning guide and doing this extra step once a year, your wheels will look great both Read More

Water Damage in Black Jeep

Removing Car Smells: Water Damage

Removing Moisture and Bacteria From Your Car Water damage can occur due to a number of reasons. Some of the more common occurrences include leaving a window or sunroof open during rain, flooding, and draining system leak. The moisture sits in the car, which is essentially a box with very few exit points for liquids, and can lead to molding, Read More

Cleaning a Car Window

Do You Make These Mistakes When Cleaning Your Car’s Glass?

Quick Fix Guide to Keeping Your Glass Clean & Clear Has a passenger ever fallen asleep on a long drive in your car only to leave you with a greasy smudge from their hair on the window? Nasty, right? Well things like oil smudges, finger prints, and even those smiley faces your kids left on the window when it was fogged up are easy fixes, but Read More

Sap on Roof of Car

5 Spots Never To Park Your Car

Easily Avoid Dings, Dents, and Scrapes If you live and drive in a city then you know as well as anyone how frustrating parking your car can be. You could be at work all day only to come back to a cracked side mirror from some bicyclist, or even worse a nice scrape on your back bumper from the dude who can't parallel park. We all know the feeling. Read More

Removing Stickers From Car Glass

Easily Remove Stickers in 3 Quick Steps Whether your son parked your car in the staff lot or you got tagged by the sticker marketeers, there's an easy process to removing the sticky remains without damaging your car's glass. First you'll need a sponge, a small razor blade, a quality auto glass cleaner, and a glass cloth. I don't recommend using Read More

Carbon Fiber Close Up

Protecting Strength

Taking Care of Carbon Fiber Panels Those who've heard of carbon fiber panels on performance cars already know that carbon fiber provides a lightweight, durable alternative to traditional steel sheeting. The material, consisting of extremely thin fibers (0.005–0.010 mm in diameter), is popularly used in military, naval, aerospace, civil Read More