All detailers should make it a habit to use a partially wet or damp microfiber towel when drying a wet car because it absorbs water better than one that is fully dry. Scientifically speaking, the skin of a water molecule is polarized (attracted to specific molecules), thereby acting like a magnet for other liquid or water molecules based on a
It's hard to find any detailer worth his or her salt who's not using microfiber towels nowadays. It's the detailing industry standard and so far the best tool around for cleaning/drying a car. We'll discuss the reasons microfiber towels are so important and the best practices for using them in the detailing industry. It isn't new information
Father's Day is just around the corner, and you know what that means - finding the best gift for Dad! Now, if your Dad is anything like mine, then he loves taking care of his car and making it look spectacular! Here are some of the best products to make this Father's Day one he won't forget!
After last week's article on car wash preparation, you should be ready to wash your car. Nobody likes a filthy car, so get ready and get set to learn how to keep your ride clean. This next segment will show you the right way to wash and dry your car by hand, expel some popular car wash myths, and get you ready for next week when we talk about
Recently an acquaintance of mine, for no particular reason, gifted me a chamois (sort of a weird gift, but whatever). Now, I’m not a fan of chamois, and I don’t recommend them. So while it was a thoughtful gift, I won’t be using it. Below I’ll break down why, and how you could save yourself a few headaches by skipping the chamois as well.
How To Choose A Microfiber Towel Whenever I’m in the market for something I tend to shop around. We all do; it’s human nature. And usually I, like most people, shop for value. Most of the time that means looking at a combination of quality and cost, mixed in with a little personal bias (what’s valuable to me may not be what’s valuable to you). In