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  • 07, Aug 2017
    Get Streak-Free Windows with These Car Detailing Tips

    Get Streak-Free Windows with These Car Detailing Tips

    It can be frustrating when you cannot get streak-free windows after you’ve done everything you can to clean them. How to do it right? Read on.

  • 26, Aug 2013
    How to Remove Window Tint

    How to Remove Window Tint

    Installing window tint on your own can be quite a challenge, but it is certainly one of the more satisfying chores you can do on your car. If you think you can handle the job by yourself, be sure to check with your trusted detailing professional to know more about relevant tinting laws in your area.

  • 22, Aug 2013
    Car Window Tinting Laws

    Car Window Tinting Laws

    Driving a tinted car is legal in most states, but how dark should your tint be? There are so many tinting laws and regulations across the country today that it can be a bit difficult to keep track of them. Some states even prohibit tinting altogether.

  • 19, Aug 2013
    How to Apply Window Tint to Your Car Windows

    How to Apply Window Tint to Your Car Windows

    Applying window tint film on your own can be a rather challenging project, but you will have the satisfaction of knowing that you personally dolled up your vehicle against the sun’s harsh ultraviolet rays.

  • 15, Aug 2013
    How to Rust Proof Your Car

    How to Rust Proof Your Car

    New cars are better able to withstand the moisture, weather conditions, dirt, and grime that are a car’s constant companion. Consequently, they hold up to rusting much better than the older models of previous years. Rust proofing is an extra service that you can avail yourself of the next time you bring your car for detail work at your trusted car shop.

  • 11, Jul 2013
    How to Clean Tinted Car Windows

    How to Clean Tinted Car Windows

    If you thought that having your windows tinted means that you will not have to clean them regularly, think again. Whether your windows are tinted or are transparent as a looking glass, you will still need to exert considerable effort in cleaning them every now and then. The only difference is in the products that you will use for each type of window. Tinted car windows require special cleaning products that will help keep them flawless, without encouraging peeling off or cracking.