If you take your car to an automatic car wash on a regular basis, I ask you to please consider another option. I understand the convenience and I certainly get the value advantage of a $3 car wash, but automatic washes are in no way "good" for your car. And if you've ever pulled in after work then you know they're not exactly the most inviting
When it comes to your car, there's no one more invested than you. But when it comes to taking care of it, the majority of car owners will pass it off so the professionals can take care of it. Oil changes, battery problems, headlight replacements, detailing... just to name a few. Some of you know this already, but these things aren't that tough once
When washing your car, safety should always be a top priority. You can never be too cautious with your paint finish, as even an unnoticeable flake of debris could potentially damage the surface. While protecting your paint puts you at an added advantage, there is one clear way to improve your car wash: The 2 Bucket System. As you'll see, one bucket
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
While there are plenty of "car wash secrets" floating around the web, there is no clear go-to solution to bettering your car wash. Of course proper wash procedure is where to start, but once you've mastered that, then what? Although this tip really isn't a secret, and professionals have been utilizing the advantages of it for years, it comes down
There are few things that rival a Sunday drive in a freshly washed car. We have a relationship with our cars that runs deeper than appearance, but it’s hard to deny the feeling of cruising along the lake with the sun gleaming off of your hood. In some ways, driving a clean car can give us the confidence to actually feel good while driving.