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Anyone who has ever owned a black car will know the struggles associated with keeping them looking their best. Dirt, water spots and swirl marks are much more ...

Do you ever approach your car on a sunny day and notice that the B-Pillar panelling between the front and back windows seems to be badly swirled? It’s a ...

There are around 550,000 caravans and 225,000 motorhomes in current use in the UK (The NCC, 2020). Caravans and motorhomes spend a lot of time sitting still, ...

Ever since they began appearing on cars, car owners have spent blood, sweat, and a considerable amount of money on cleaning alloy wheels. There are many ...

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 ...

Swirl marks and scratches are the primary enemies of clear coat on your car's paint. This becomes even more evident in vehicles with black or dark coloured ...

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 ...

The yucky presence of mould, algae, or mildew in your car's interior demands immediate attention. While some species of mould are relatively harmless, the ...

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 ...

The drying phase of car detailing is often one of the most dangerous. Few people aware of the best way to dry a car and as a result, can inflict masses of ...

I personally can’t blame you if you want to know the ropes on how to snow foam a car. Call it childish or immature, but snow foaming a car is huge fun. It may ...

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