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Month: May 2013

  • 28, May 2013
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    Auto Detailing Guide – Exterior Car Trim

    Car trim is a snazzy decorative molding that sets your car apart from the other vehicles of the same make and model traversing the highways. It is either factory made or an after market customized piece.

  • 27, May 2013
    Boat Maintenance: How to Use Gel Coat

    Boat Maintenance: How to Use Gel Coat

    Clear coat is to cars as gel coat is to boats. This is the tough but thin layer of protection that sits on top of the paint and protects it from water, wind, dust, dirt, and debris. Because the gel coat is subjected to great strain every time you go out for a water adventure, it’s important for every boat owner to know how to maintain and restore the gel coat throughout the boat’s lifetime. With good boat maintenance, your gel coat will last for several years and keep your vessel looking incredible.

  • 23, May 2013
    Boat Maintenance: How to Repair Gelcoat Cracks

    Boat Maintenance: How to Repair Gelcoat Cracks

    Have you fallen behind on your boat maintenance schedule? Your gel coat will be the first part of the vessel to show visible signs of your neglect. Gel coat repair is pretty easy if you know how to spot the nicks, dents, gouges, and scratches that can potentially compromise your hull’s resistance to water.

  • 20, May 2013
    How to Clean Your Boat Engine

    How to Clean Your Boat Engine

    Just like any other machine, your boat needs constant care and attention to run properly for as long as possible.When it comes to cleaning your boat engine, you don’t need to be an expert boat mechanic to pull off the job properly. Here’s what you can do to maintain your boat on your own:

  • 16, May 2013
    How to Start a Home-based Car Detailing Business

    How to Start a Home-based Car Detailing Business

    Whether you are looking for ways to augment your family’s income by delving into entrepreneurship, or you just want to indulge in a lifelong passion for cars, now is the best time for you to invest in the automotive detailing industry. See how to start your home-based car detailing business.

  • 13, May 2013
    Carnauba Wax vs. Polymer Sealant

    Carnauba Wax vs. Polymer Sealant

    Ever wonder why your neighbor’s car looks infinitely more gorgeous than yours? The secret could be that he knows how to pick the right car cleaning products to use even for DIY detailing. If you’re unfamiliar with the merits of polymer sealant vs wax or carnauba wax vs synthetic wax, you won’t know how to choose the appropriate item to keep your car looking just as good as your neighbor’s.

  • 09, May 2013
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    How to Steam Clean Car Rims

    Some car owners are meticulous enough to include certain easy-to-neglect parts of their car during every cleaning chore, such as the wheel arches and tire rims. You might not consider your tires (and the entire wheel area in general) as an integral part of your car, but they actually bear the brunt of your everyday travels. Here’s how to steam clean your car rims.

  • 06, May 2013
    Why Steam Is the Best Way to Cleaning Car Rims

    Why Steam Is the Best Way to Cleaning Car Rims

    There are certain areas in your car that are usually overlooked when you go for a DIY clean, such as the underbody, the engine compartment, and the wheel rims. Cleaning car rims requires more than just splashing water on the tires and wheel wells. Check out some advantages of using steam when cleaning your car rims.

  • 02, May 2013
    Car Underbody Care: Chassis Cleaning

    Car Underbody Care: Chassis Cleaning

    Unless you are an experienced car enthusiast or an amateur car mechanic, you are not expected to actually know all the bits and pieces that make up your car’s underbody. Car underbody cleaning is one of those chores that are best performed by the experts, but if you feel confident about tinkering with your chassis every now and then, here are some helpful tips to get you going: