Claying a Black Car

Beginner’s Guide To Detailing: Claying

To continue our Beginner's Guide to Detailing, today I'll be discussing the wonderful world of clay. If you haven't heard of claying (aka clay bar treatment), it's basically a process in which you remove embedded contaminants from your car's clear coat. It's one of the most widely used car care practices, and for a number of good reasons. This Read More

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Clay Bar vs. Paint Cleanser

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 Read More

Clay Bar On Glass?

Chances are you've heard of claying your car's paintwork to remove embedded contaminants, debris, and things like overspray and sap. That is, however, not the only use for this nifty little tool. You can use clay on glass to remove similar things, too. You can also clay your wheels, but we'll get into that another time. For now, let's take a look Read More

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A Paintwork Correction Outline

The process of refreshing and restoring the exterior paintwork of a car can be quite extensive. As an example, I’ll be briefly walking you through the process on a blue Corvette that we detailed at our sister company, Simon’s Shine Shop. Using only the highest quality products, an outline such as this is essential in learning to preserve and Read More