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4 Ways To Get Your Car Sparkling For Summer!

Now that winter is finally over, summer is here! That means more time to spend outside cruising, and of course, caring for your car. Here's some tips to get that perfect shine, clean seats, and radiant rims! Read More

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3 Small Changes For A Cleaner Car

Today it seems everyone's looking for that little extra when it comes to car care and detailing. Whether it's a little bit of shine or better looking leather, one thing's for sure, we like to get the most out of our detailing efforts regardless of the task. These 3 small additions to your routine will help your car look better than ever. Read More

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How Much Does Detailing Cost?

Depending on the condition of your car and the procedure it needs, detailing can cost anywhere from $50 to an arm and a leg. As you'll soon see, the biggest contributor to how much your car's detail will cost is whether or not you decide to do it yourself or take the car to the professionals. Regardless of who is doing the work, you should know Read More

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3 Ways To Make Your Car Stand Out This Summer

With summer in full swing now is the time to make sure your car is looking good. It doesn't matter if you're checking out a car show, taking a road trip, or just cruising around town, the cleanliness of your car is something everyone notices. If you're falling behind, fear not. You have plenty of time to make a good impression. The best place to Read More

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The New ‘Wash & Wax’

In the past, washing and waxing your car by hand probably meant a good hour or so of time spent detailing. If you opted for a paint sealant, tack a few more hours on for bonding and cure time. While washing and waxing has pretty much been unchanged for as long as the industry has been around, I'm going to show you an innovative alternative that can Read More

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Sea Foam Strikes England

Don't be mistaken by the image, this isn't a winter wonderland. The foamy mess is called "spume" and was actually caused by the decomposition of algae, then tossed into a dizzy by high windspeed. As you can see, this resulted in a salty sea foam blizzard for the English town(e) of Cleveleys. While I've heard of natural disasters, this one is a Read More