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Interior Cleaning, Detailing, Organic, Inorganic

How to Clean Interiors Properly: Spot Organic vs Inorganic Messes

This article has been a long time coming. Around 9 years ago at the detail shop we own and manage, we ran into an issue with a stain on the headliner of the car. It was a black mark that the detailer just couldn't get out. He noticed how caked on it looked and went straight for "purple" (our heavy Read More

Spring Detailing, Detailing After Winter, Tire, Wheels, Plastic

Spring Cleaning: Detailing the Details (Part 3)

Ok...now that we have the interior and exterior of our cars detailed to an extent, it's time to focus on a few details that really make that your car look awesome. Although these areas I'm about to mention aren't often overlooked, there are some tricks that can make a huge difference in your Read More

Geneva Motor Show, Auto Show

Geneva Motor Show – Best of the Best

We've had the SEMA Show, LA Auto Show, NAIAS in Detroit, Chicago Auto Show and plenty of other automobile shows in recent months. However, arguably the most exciting show has been what's going on this week in Geneva, Switzerland. The Geneva Motor Show has been shelling out awesome cars left and Read More

Spring Detailing

Spring Cleaning: Exterior Detailing (Part 2)

Now that your interior is nice and clean and protected, there are a few things to consider when getting ready to prep the paint. There's no doubt that the harshness of winter takes a toll on your paint. Luckily (hopefully), you were prepared before winter and had a durable, long lasting sealant Read More

Carbon Fiber, Detailing, Polishing, Hazing, Swirls

Carbon Fiber Detailing

Carbon fiber detailing is not extremely hard. It doesn't require a professional and you can actually get very good results...if you know what you're doing. Many times you'll see the trim, a hood, a spoiler, and sometimes even panels of the car decked out in carbon fiber. The carbon fiber, beyond Read More

Spring, Detailing, Interior

Spring Cleaning: Interior Detailing (Part 1)

The light is at the end of the tunnel and hopefully the polar vortex is gone for the next two decades. So what do we have to look forward to? How about flowers, grass, leaves, sun, heat, and rain. It's really quite lovely; but what does this mean for our cars? It's time for Spring Read More

Matte Wheels, Cleaners, Powder Coating, Protecting

The 3 Things to Consider with Matte Wheels

Matte black wheels on a pearl white Mercedes AMG with blacked out windows...ya that sounds pretty good. Now before you go out and buy one, let's make sure that you've thought it through. There are a few things to consider when it comes to matte wheels. Mind you, "consider" does not mean concerned Read More

Detailing Business, Improvement, Matte Vehicles

Improve your Detailing Business by Offering Matte Services

This isn't going to be a blog on how to operate a detailing business, but it will tell you how to step up your game and rise above your competition.  You got it, matte finishes is the trade to know to improve your detailing business. This is the part where you say, "Why? Hardly anyone has a matte Read More

Tire Dressings, Tire Conditioner, Revitalize Tires, Tire Browning

3 Things Tire Dressings Need to Have

Products have been used for ages to make tires shine, revitalize, and/or protect. But what are the essentials that we need to be looking for when considering a tire treatment product? Some people call them tire dressings while others call them tire conditioners. These terms can mean something Read More

Leather care, leather sealant, Protection, Protect Leather

Dr. Beasley’s Releases Leather Lock: A Leather Protectant Product

Leather used to be one of the features of a car that defined luxury. It screamed class and sophistication while it provided a whole new type of comfort. That is until the leather starts to crack and fade. Fortunately there have already been products developed to keep leather from cracking and fading Read More