Exterior

The wax phase of the car detailing process is one that I love. You spend hours working on cleaning and correcting the car, and now it’s time to seal the ...

There are many reasons why you may need to remove old layers of wax, sealant, or ceramic coating from the paint in your vehicle. It could either be the ...

Detailing convertible roofs is actually not all that tough a task. I like to approach it in a similar way to my interior, but knowing that I need to apply an ...

Treating the paint with fallout remover is the first step in the decontamination process. Particles of iron oxide have sharp and jagged edges compared to ...

Using a clay bar on your car's paint is one of the most processes that professional detailers never fail to miss. It removes embedded particles that other ...

Tar remover should be an essential part of your auto detailing arsenal. Tar and asphalt are difficult to remove without using the proper ...

Contaminants that adhere to paint will also stick on car windows. The front windscreen, in particular, is a magnet, as you would expect. It gets a fair share ...

There’s a lot of hype about carnauba wax. Some say it’s the best wax for paint, while others prefer the lasting protection of synthetic waxes. But one thing is ...

You polish your paint, but do you really need to polish your glass? It may sound slightly excessive to most, but in order to get the best car glass ...

Nothing beats the look and clarity of clean car glass. But if paint deserves special care, glass surfaces need advanced cleaning as well. For that, you’ll ...

The wash mitt is one of the easiest ways that you can keep a scratch and swirl free car. The washing process is one of the most common causes of defects in ...

The washing phase is the first and most important step in any type of auto cleaning or detailing procedure. As such, it is always best to arm yourself with the ...