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Toyota Supra Mark III
Top Water For Fuel And HHO Kits - Water4gas Review
Top 5 Cars at Lowest Cost and Highest Mileage in India
Tips to Washing Your Car
Tips on How to Prolong the Life of an Automobile
Tips For Handling An Automobile Collision
Three Tips About Buying Repossessed Cars at Car Auctions
Things To Consider When Choosing Car Rental Service Providers
The Use of Car CD-DVD Note
The Steam Car Phenomenon
The Real Cost Of Your Car
The New Lexus GS is More Than Just a Car
The Inception
The Great Australian Road Trip - Navigating Our Tough Terrain
The Easiest Way To Find Used Car Finance Options
The Chopper by Brenda Williams
The Benefits of Fuel Efficient Cars
Small Sailboats Are Fun
The 2010 Toyota Corolla Offers a Big Bang For Your Buck
Talon Body Kits - Install And See The Difference
Suzuki GSX-R1000K9 Road Test
Steering and Suspension System Auto Parts
South Carolina Hyundai of Greer the Best Place
2010 Buick Lacrosse VS. Preconceptions


  Tips to Washing Your Car

Start with Compressed Air and Stiff Scrub Brushes on Your Carpets
Many of the cars our Detroit-area pro detailer Brandon Hagaman works on wind up at local car showsâ€"some are concours winners. The first step, he advises, is to fire up the air compressor and blow dirt from the nooks and crannies of your car's floor onto the middle of the carpet, where you can easily vacuum it up. Stiff brushes also loosen dirt from the carpets and upholstery. If you've got leather seats, use a conditioner with aloe.

Duct Clean to Keep that New-Car Smell
Compressed air from a small, portable compressor is an easy way to blow dust and dirt out of heating and air-conditioning ductwork. The trick is to aim the high-pressure air at the walls of the ducts behind the vent grilles, where dust and dirt stick and cause musty smells Autel MaxiCOM MK808. If your car has a cabin air filter you can change it, or remove it and blow the dust and dirt out.

Use Non-Acid-Based Tire Cleaners
Pros use specially mixed acid solutions to clean dirty tires and to strip residue from new tires, as well as to get stubborn brake dust off wheels. But Hagaman says that weekend DIYers should use a nonacid product. Acid-based cleaners can cause bare alloy wheels to oxidize and pit, and they can damage wheels painted with color or clear coatings.

Use a degreaser on wheels, but avoid detergents because they can damage paint if splashed. Again, our pro says, remember to go in the correct order: Wheels and tires should be cleaned before you clean and protect your car's paint.

The Best Carwash is a Hand Wash
"We recommend hand washing," says Mike Pennington, director of training at auto-surface-products giant Meguiar's. "Our customers enjoy doing it. It's not a chore." Hand washing gives you a chance to experience the tactile shape of your baby, and it's also a great way to inspect and familiarize yourself with the car's surfaces Autel MaxiDiag MD808.

But, Pennington says, don't be like the 60 percent of the population that uses dishwashing detergent when washing the car. It gets the car clean, but strips any protective wax coatings, exposing the vehicle to possible nicks, scratches, and stains. A carwash solution will preserve your car's finish.

When water evaporates, it leaves minerals and dirt on the surface of your car. So when you're done with the wash, dry the surface with a rubber-blade squeegee. One example is the California Water Blade, a large silicone squeegee that some of our photographers use to dry cars quickly during photo shoots.


Start with Compressed Air and Stiff Scrub Brushes on Your Carpets
Many of the cars our Detroit-area pro detailer Brandon Hagaman works on wind up at local car showsâ€"some are concours winners. The first step, he advises, is to fire up the air compressor and blow dirt from the nooks and crannies of your car's floor onto the middle of the carpet, where you can easily vacuum it up. Stiff brushes also loosen dirt from the carpets and upholstery. If you've got leather seats, use a conditioner with aloe.

Duct Clean to Keep that New-Car Smell
Compressed air from a small, portable compressor is an easy way to blow dust and dirt out of heating and air-conditioning ductwork. The trick is to aim the high-pressure air at the walls of the ducts behind the vent grilles, where dust and dirt stick and cause musty smells. If your car has a cabin air filter you can change it, or remove it and blow the dust and dirt out.

Use Non-Acid-Based Tire Cleaners
Pros use specially mixed acid solutions to clean dirty tires and to strip residue from new tires, as well as to get stubborn brake dust off wheels. But Hagaman says that weekend DIYers should use a nonacid product. Acid-based cleaners can cause bare alloy wheels to oxidize and pit, and they can damage wheels painted with color or clear coatings.

Use a degreaser on wheels, but avoid detergents because they can damage paint if splashed. Again, our pro says, remember to go in the correct order: Wheels and tires should be cleaned before you clean and protect your car's paint.

The Best Carwash is a Hand Wash
"We recommend hand washing," says Mike Pennington, director of training at auto-surface-products giant Meguiar's. "Our customers enjoy doing it. It's not a chore." Hand washing gives you a chance to experience the tactile shape of your baby, and it's also a great way to inspect and familiarize yourself with the car's surfaces.

But, Pennington says, don't be like the 60 percent of the population that uses dishwashing detergent when washing the car. It gets the car clean, but strips any protective wax coatings, exposing the vehicle to possible nicks, scratches, and stains. A carwash solution will preserve your car's finish.

When water evaporates, it leaves minerals and dirt on the surface of your car. So when you're done with the wash, dry the surface with a rubber-blade squeegee. One example is the California Water Blade, a large silicone squeegee that some of our photographers use to dry cars quickly during photo shoots.



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Toyota Supra Mark III
Top Water For Fuel And HHO Kits - Water4gas Review
Top 5 Cars at Lowest Cost and Highest Mileage in India
Tips to Washing Your Car
Tips on How to Prolong the Life of an Automobile
Tips For Handling An Automobile Collision
Three Tips About Buying Repossessed Cars at Car Auctions
Things To Consider When Choosing Car Rental Service Providers
The Use of Car CD-DVD Note
The Steam Car Phenomenon
The Real Cost Of Your Car
The New Lexus GS is More Than Just a Car
The Inception
The Great Australian Road Trip - Navigating Our Tough Terrain
The Easiest Way To Find Used Car Finance Options
The Chopper by Brenda Williams
The Benefits of Fuel Efficient Cars
Small Sailboats Are Fun
The 2010 Toyota Corolla Offers a Big Bang For Your Buck
Talon Body Kits - Install And See The Difference
Suzuki GSX-R1000K9 Road Test
Steering and Suspension System Auto Parts
South Carolina Hyundai of Greer the Best Place
2010 Buick Lacrosse VS. Preconceptions


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