Wheelz Up of Maryland is a logistics company that helps local dealerships ensure their auto part inventory is stocked up. They know and love cars! CEO Jeb uses Dr. Beasley's car care products on his gorgeous 2015 Porsche GT3 and he sent us his photos. See all that gloss? That's because Jeb used our Wash & Seal Detailing Prescription kit,
We know we’ve voiced some potentially controversial opinions regarding waterless wash in the past. We’re back to provide a more detailed explanation on waterless washes. What is “Waterless”? The term waterless refers only to the process used to wash your car, not the product itself. Almost all waterless wash products contain water in their
With a simple monthly fee you can get a box of just about anything from fruit and wine, to car care products. But if you're really considering paying monthly to get a box of samples, you'll want to know just what you're getting into. The What, The Why, The How: Recently taking off over the past year has been the idea of paying to get
When washing your car, the accessories you choose can make all the difference. You may have heard us harp on the 2 Bucket System and the use of Grit Guard in the past, but we've yet to cover one of the most important car wash supplies needed for a great car wash: a wash pad. Sure there are wash mitts, wash brushes, and a whole lot of other
What are Wheel Woolies? Wheel Woolies were designed to solve a problem in the car care world: often it can be hard to clean inside your wheels. Some use thin brushes with bristles attached to metal wires, and while these do work, they splatter and can easily scratch up your rims if you're not careful. The soft, dense, 100% polypropylene
If you're not buying Q-tips once every 5 years from Costco, you should. What looks like a two inch stick with cotton balls on each end is actually a detailer's best friend. Most commonly known for their ability to remove waxy buildup from your ear canals, the Q-tip is a key component to any spotless detail. As for specific uses, well that's what
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.
Basically speaking, an automotive clear bra is basically a plastic wrap for potentially damageable regions of your car - lower fascia, side mirrors, rocker panels, and basically any surface facing directly toward the front/bottom of the car. The main use for a clear bra is, of course, to protect these areas from road debris that might kick up on
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What a year. 2011 came quickly and will be leaving us shortly, so I guess you could call this a tribute. If you've followed us this past year, you've seen first hand the outburst of innovation in the car care product industry. If you haven't, well you're missing out. As car care enthusiasts, we are reaping the benefits of a competitive industry