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Fresh from the factory, your vehicle’s car paint is expected to last for ten to fifteen years, under ideal conditions. We don’t live in a perfect world, and your car will surely encounter potentially damaging contaminants during your everyday commute. Fortunately, quality products can help keep your finish pristine.
Winter, known for holidays and frosty beauty, has a dark side. According to AAA, winter’s road salt costs Americans $3 billion annually. Fortunately, you can take steps to protect your vehicle throughout the cold winter months.
While it’s far from the optimal season to clean your car, you can - and should - wash it in winter. In this post, we’ll touch on a winter-safe step-by-step cleaning process, the products to get the job done, and the benefits of conducting a car wash.
For those in the north, wintertime is arguably the most beautiful season, with snowfall and festive celebrations. Pristine as it may be, winter is the most hazardous time for your vehicle. Slick roads make it dangerous to travel, while road salt and other contaminants can eat away at your exterior, causing severe damage. Autumn is the time to prepare your car for wintery conditions. You can stay safe, protect your vehicle, and save money on repairs by conducting routine, thorough cleanings.
Nothing puts a damper on a newly cleaned car than water spots. These crusty, white-rimmed dots may result from rain, puddles, or lawn sprinklers and may form quickly after standard or commercial car washes. In this post, we’ll detail several methods for water stain removal
Any driver knows that windshield haze seemingly appears out of thin air. Windshield haze isn’t just ugly; it can cause serious safety and visibility problems. This post will share how to remove windshield haze, including the scientific background behind the fog and how it appears.
If you’ve ever dealt with plant sap, you know how sticky and messy it can be. It’s challenging to get off any surface – especially with your car. In this post, we’ll provide the step-by-step process of removing sap from your vehicle and some sap science to give you a little insight into the syrupy liquid.
Most recognize Autumn for its cool weather, beautiful leaves, and festivities. However, Fall ushers in a dramatic temperature shift that requires detailing adjustments to be made. In this post, we’ll discuss several steps you that’ll prepare your car for Fall, along with some suggestions to consider post-cleaning.
How do birds seem to know when we've freshly cleaned our cars? Their aim is impeccable! The truth is bird droppings aren't just unsightly – they can damage your paint, and car owners need to remove droppings promptly to prevent damage.
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