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Month: March 2013

  • 28, Mar 2013
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    Boat Detailing Equipment Checklist

    Planning to clean out your boat just before you take it out for its first ride this spring? You have to prepare the right boat detailing tools to get the job done right. Even if you don’t call in a professional detailer, your boat deserves no less than the best products for a thorough clean.

  • 25, Mar 2013
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    How to Choose the Right Location for an Auto Detailing Business

    The auto detailing business is one of the most lucrative and satisfying industries you can invest in if you wish to join the world of entrepreneurship. Apart from the fact that there is no dearth of cars to clean and customers to serve, you will certainly be kept on your toes by the challenges and technological developments in the business.

  • 22, Mar 2013
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    Must-use Detailing Products to Keep Your Car Paint Safe

    When giving your car a do-it-yourself car wash, you have to make sure that you don’t just get rid of the dirt, dust, grease, and soil particles that have stuck on the exterior—you also have to protect your car’s paint-job

  • 18, Mar 2013
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    Car Wash Regulations and Environmental Laws

    In the past, if you wanted to clean your car, you just haul out your trusty bucket or hose, pick your favorite car shampoo and sponge, and get to work right in the middle of your garage. These days of wanton and wasteful car wash practices are nearly over, as more car owners and car care professionals alike are waking up to the reality that the simple act of a weekly car wash can create a huge impact on local water resources. Legislators at the state and the federal level also recognize the role that certain industries can play in conserving our planet’s resources.

  • 13, Mar 2013
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    Lowering Your Car – Advantages and Disadvantages

    Briefly stated, lowering your car means swapping out the manufacturer’s suspension system with custom-lowered one. Your car comes with conventional-size and strength springs that help it deal with potholes and bumps on the road, and your manufacturer has spent considerable time and money to come up with the just the right components for your car.

  • 11, Mar 2013
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    New to Boating? Here’s Your Buying-a-Boat Guide

    If you want to get the most bang for your buck when buying a boat, you have to do careful and thorough research locally as well as on the Internet. Much like buying a car or booking a holiday trip, you have to know exactly what it is you’re getting yourself into before investing your hard-earned money.

  • 07, Mar 2013
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    How to Use an Auto Detailing Clay Bar on Your Car

    When it comes to giving your car some serious and much-needed attention, it’s important to keep in mind that there are a hundred and one ways for you to do the job. There are professional auto detailing services that you can choose from, each one specifically designed to bring out beauty in your vehicle and help keep it running smooth for longer. At the same time, there are some clever do-it-yourself car care tips that you can perform on your own in under an hour.

  • 04, Mar 2013
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    What Is a Clay Bar That Works

    There are currently two different types of bar that you can use to clay your car with. One is a medium grade clay bar that can be used once or twice a year, stripping your vehicle of both dirt and wax remnants that may be still be clinging to the surface. The other, more recent addition is a fine grade clay that is more gentle and can be used more often. It’s a personal preference when selecting the brand of clay bar, but we use Mothers and Meguiars’ Clay Bar Kit for consistently great results.