When you’re driving home after a long day at work, there are times when it can be difficult to see everything on the road because either your eyes are too tired or maybe the people going in the opposite lane have their lights on too bright.
If you’re new to the concept of waxing a car, there are a few points we need to cover here. First and foremost, waxing is done as much for aesthetic as protection of the paint, which maintains the resale value of the vehicle in the long run. The aesthetic quality that wax imparts is uniquely glossy, lending an aura of high class and dare we say wealth in those who routinely treat their cars. There are steps in the process of waxing that sometimes push owners to seek out a professional to handle it instead, but for the large part, careful treatment is easy to do with time and patience. [Read more…]
Among interior car cleaners (sometimes known as interior detailers), popular homemade options include water and vinegar combinations, lemon juice and rubbing alcohol. These are fine as one-off solutions for small scuffs and stains, but they don’t provide the strength and polish that dedicated interior cleaning mixtures do for a complete cleaning process. These commonly arrive as sprays and wet wipes that are safe for leather, plastic, rubber, vinyl and fabric of all kinds that are found in your vehicle’s panels, dashboard, seats and floor. [Read more…]
If you own a truck with a bed for on-the-go storage of tools, furniture and other goods, it’s essential that you look into refreshing the layer of bedliner when the surface becomes slick. Spray-on and brush-on bedliners are used to protect the truck bed from scuffing, gouging and weather-based damage including corrosion from acid rain. Acting in much the way that paint or stains do for your deck or driveway, bedliner provides a buffer against harmful elements while improving traction. [Read more…]