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Car Finishing

So, are you done with the car cleaning process? If the answer is yes then you should also opt for a perfect car finishing. If it’s no, then also you need to read on for gathering knowing about how to make your car look stylish and class-apart. Now, coming back to the car cleaning and […]

Fallout Removal Guide

fallout removal guide

What is Fallout? Over time, paint can become contaminated with organic and inorganic “fallout”. Contamination / fallout comes in various forms and can be separated into a few main categories: Iron (Ferrous Oxide) Fallout Airborne metal shavings from the brake pads and discs of cars, trucks, buses on the road can embed themselves into your […]

How to clean alloy wheels

How to clean alloy wheels Alloy wheel choice can make or break the overall look of a car but they’re a highly personal thing. Whatever your taste, one thing is for sure, dirty wheels simply will not do! So what is the best alloy wheel cleaner and what is the best way to clean your […]

12 Step Car Wash Guide

car wash guide

You’ve invested in a car that you want to take care of, you want to keep it looking its best, so how do you clean your car properly? Head straight for the local machine car wash? Break out the mop bucket and sponge? Absolutely not! How to clean your car is one of the most […]

Pre Wash & Snow Foam Guide

Snow foam and / or Pre-Wash are the first steps taken to thoroughly clean your car. It’s not recommended you use it to replace a shampoo and mitt wash. No shortcuts! And you wouldn’t normally use pre-wash and snow foam, it’s usually one or the other. But we all love playing with Snowfoam! Pre washing is a […]

How to Use a Clay Bar

how to clay bar your car

A Clay Bar is used to remove embedded surface contamination that still remain after a maintenance wash. Often, these contaminants are not always visible on the paint to the naked eye, but if you run your hand over it, you will feel the roughness, particularly on horizontal panels such as the boot lid and bonnet. […]