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Waterless car washes make sense for various reasons - saving water, washing without hose access, or simplifying the cleaning process. This post will discuss the step-by-step process of waterless cleaning, its benefits, disadvantages, and considerations.
Life isn’t always a beach when it comes to taking care of your car during the summer months. It's sad but true: one of the best places – the beach – will ruin your car over time if you don’t maintain it correctly. Studies show that moist, salty air corrodes metal ten times faster than dry, salt-free air. The corrosive air, combined with more intense UV rays and heat, makes cleaning your car crucial after any beach trip. This article explains how the beach damages your vehicle and explores several post-trip steps to mitigate seaside harm.
Despite its colorful beauty, the spotted lanternfly is an invasive pest. The insects cause an estimated $150 million in annual crop and property destruction. Lanternflies harm our environment, and they also damage our cars. This article will explain the science behind lanternflies, how they may damage your vehicle and the steps to removing their splatter
Notice some cloudiness on your headlights? That unsightly haze forms naturally over time from a process called oxidation. Noticing and correcting oxidation early on can save you a lot of trouble. This article will explain oxidation and the steps to restore oxidized headlights.
Clean cars not only look good, but they also perform better. Here's a step-by-step guide for fully detailing your exterior. To clean your dirty car exterior, follow these steps: Rinse off, apply wheel cleaner, wash the exterior, dry the surface, add a protective layer, and finish by cleaning your glass.
Within the past 100 years, automotive headlights evolved from simple oil lamps to sleek design elements featuring adaptive technology. The first headlights offered visibility similar to that of cell phone flashlights.
While a sunny summer day seems the perfect time to clean your car, hot weather cleaning presents unique challenges. Heat and sunlight demand a modified cleaning approach. In this article, we'll focus on the additional steps required to clean your car in the summer.
Scientists estimate that 10 quintillion (eighteen zeros) insects live on Earth. There are also approximately 1.4 billion automobiles in the world. That means eight billion bugs exist for each car on the road. Since the odds suggest you’re bound to hit your share, let’s explore how to “debug” your car.
Seats with cloth upholstery get dirty fast. In this article we showcase how to keep your cloth upholstery clean and share specific stain removal strategies. These techniques may be used with your vehicle’s cloth seating, side panels, and carpets.
Every detailer knows how brake dust builds up over time. While those pesky brown specks look unappealing, other effects they have on your wheels spell trouble. If unaddressed, brake dust wears down and corrodes your wheels. Preventing brake dust build up is not easy; after all, it occurs in one of the most difficult areas to detail.
Why spend the extra effort and time to shine your tires? There are many good reasons. Not only is it aesthetically pleasing, but it also protects, repels natural elements, and prolongs the lifespan of your tires. Today, we’ll break things down step-by-step on how you can make your tires shine in no time.
Maintaining your car wheels will increase the life of your tires, help them achieve optimal performance, and will make them look great aesthetically. Car manufacturers recommend that you properly clean your tires at least once every month or two. In this post, we’ll share a step-by-step process which will help you to maintain the durability and beauty of your car wheels.
Stoner Car Care Racing News
The Stoner Car Care Racing fielded by Automatic Racing team battled through traffic, heat, debris and contact to bring the No. 09 Stoner Car Care Aston Martin Vantage GT4 home in 13th position in the Alan Jay Automotive Network 120 at Sebring International Raceway.
With a steady effort in brutally hot conditions, Stoner Car Care Racing fielded by Automatic Racing secured a top-10 starting position for Friday’s Alan Jay Automotive Network 120 at Sebring International Raceway, race two of the 2021 Michelin Pilot Challenge.
As a home race for Stoner Car Care Racing fielded by Automatic Racing, local knowledge of Sebring International Raceway flows freely throughout the team. That knowledge will be a vital component in this week’s Alan Jay Automotive Network 120, race two of the 2021 Michelin Pilot Challenge.
It was a tale of what might have been for the Stoner Car Care Racing fielded by Automatic Racing team in Friday’s IMSA Michelin Pilot Challenge season opener.
The Stoner Car Care Racing fielded by Automatic Racing team came to the Roar Before the Rolex 24 with one plan in mind: shake off the rust between Michelin Pilot Challenge racing seasons, bring its No. 09 Aston Martin Vantage GT4 up to speed, and come away from the weekend with new knowledge and a solid car.
The Stoner Car Care Racing fielded by Automatic Racing team returns to the track for this weekend’s Roar Before the 24, sporting a driver lineup that shares a combined 17-year history with the team, behind the wheel of one of the most iconic liveries in the IMSA Michelin Pilot Challenge.
The 2021 Stoner Car Care and Invisible Glass Racing Calendar, featuring the IMSA Michelin Pilot Challenge races is now available for digital download.
Stoner Car Care Racing wraps up its 2020 season at Sebring. Watch the full video breakdown here to find out how it all went down!
The Stoner Car Care Racing fielded by Automatic Racing team had hoped to finish the season on a high note in the last of three home races for the Orlando-based team this year, as the IMSA Michelin Pilot Challenge took the checkered flag Friday in the Alan Jay Automotive Network 120 at Sebring International Raceway.
A two-car team of Rob Ecklin Jr. and Ramin Abdolvahabi in the No. 09 Stoner Car Care Aston Martin Vantage GT4, and Gary Ferrera and Kris Wilson in the No. 99 Invisible Glass Aston Martin handled the changing weather conditions Thursday to place the pair side-by-side for Friday’s Grand Sport class starting grid.
The Stoner Car Care Racing fielded by Automatic Racing team is set to complete one of the most demanding Michelin Pilot Challenge (IMPC) seasons on record this weekend, bringing the year to a close at the two-hour Alan Jay Automotive Network 120, part of the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship’s Mobil 1 Twelve Hours of Sebring.