A glossy exterior paint finish of the car’s body together with clean and polished alloy wheels will complete an aesthetically stunning look. Leaving cleaning the alloy wheels out and looking at your car won’t be as satisfying.
For this reason, lots of people ask questions like:
- How do you detail alloy wheels?
- How can you clean alloy wheels at home?
- And how do you shine alloy wheels?
In today’s post, we’ll provide you with a 9-step alloy wheel detailing guide to make it look super polished fast.
If you’re interested in keeping your alloy wheels as good-looking as they can be, this post is for you.
Polished tires and wheels play a huge role in the overall impact of your car. Getting it detailed is not merely for aesthetics, equally important, it’s for preventive maintenance.
So in today’s post, we’re going to run through 8 simple steps to get your tires and wheels back to life. It will include how you can remedy the most common kind of debris your wheels get - brake dust. This process will work for an average car owner and a professional detailer.
If you want to know of a detailing process that will result in having spic-and-span and long-lasting, this post is for you.
A lot of people unconsciously leave out cleaning their car’s wheel wells. Come to think of it, it often gets overlooked because it’s out of sight.
But the thing is, wheel wells are a lodging place for cakes of mud, dust, and road grime. When left unclean for long periods, these contaminants will cause corrosion and pitting.
Because of this, we’re going to talk about 4 easy steps to protect your wheel wells together with 3 options to minimize mud and grime sticking to them.
If your goal is to get your wheel wells cleaned and pit-free, this post will help you out.
Glossy paintwork and flashy rims are not complete without shiny tires. No matter how sleek the paintwork and wheels are, if the tires are dull, people looking at it, including you, will be bummed. Their wow will die down real quick.
But you want an affordable and eco-friendly alternative to tire shine. So in this post, we’re going to talk about:
- 3 budget-friendly and eco-friendly ways to polish your tires without using harsh chemicals
- Other homemade solutions you should avoid
- And a brief comparison of homemade and store-bought tire shine
If you’re ready to make do-it-yourself solutions to shine your tires and bring your car’s appeal to the next level, this post is for you.
If you see charcoal-colored dust on your car’s wheels, chances are, they’re not just road grit. Even if your car’s body is as spick and span as it could be, the brake dust sitting on the crevices of your wheels will ruin your car’s overall aesthetic.
Worse, brake dust can etch into your wheels' finish causing scratches or corrosion. You’ll either need to have them refinished or replaced.
In this post, we’ll talk about getting rid of that pesky dark dust. We’re going to cover:
- An overview of what brake dust is and what causes it
- Why it’s important to get rid of it
- If it can be prevented
- 6 easy steps to get rid of brake dust from the wheels
If you’re interested in keeping your wheels as clean and as long-lasting as it can, this post is for you.
Where water and iron are, rust can develop. Does this mean washing your car sets rust in motion?
But car care experts say a regular car wash helps minimize paint damage and corrosion. Which is which?
In this post we’re going to talk about:
- How rust develops
- If a car wash prevents or speeds up rust build-up
- Preventive measures you can take to avoid rust from developing
If you’re keen on limiting long-term damage to your car and eager to avoid making it look old and worn, this post is for you.
If you’re out shopping for a car and thinking of buying a white one, reading this post will help you make a better and informed decision.
We’ll talk about:
- If a white car is the easiest to keep clean
- The advantages of white cars
- The disadvantages of white cars
If you want to be sure you’re picking the right car color by choosing white, this post will give your reasons why you should or shouldn’t go for a white car.
After having your car for some time you’ll realize you need some tools and accessories to make life easier for you when you’re out driving.
If you’re a parent with toddlers on board, the constant mess and crayon marks on the upholstery will be a constant concern.
If you’re assigned to do grocery shopping, the constant bumps and curves on the road making the insides of the grocery bag fall out will also be a big problem for you.
In today’s post, we’ll talk about nifty gadgets and tools that’ll make driving, organizing, and cleaning your car super easy. We’ll discuss what tool it is and why or where you need it.
So this post is dedicated to washing your car without scratching it.
We’ll talk about:
- The main concept to keep in mind
- The best practices when washing your car
By the end of this post, you’ll be able to apply car washing techniques you can do the next time you clean your car.
Will a touchless car wash damage your car’s paint? Is it better than an automatic car wash with rotating brushes?
In this post you’ll know:
- How a touchless car wash works
- If it’s better or worse than an automatic car wash with rotating brushes
- If it’s safe for your car
- If it’s better or worse than traditional hand wash
By the end of this blog, you’ll know the pros and cons of a touchless car wash and you’ll be able to decide which car wash option to go for.
Nothing is more annoying than after thoroughly washing your car, a few days later, it’ll look like it never took a bath.
So this post is dedicated to tips about how you can keep your car clean in between washes.
We’ll talk about:
- Habits you can practice
- And measures you can apply
If you want to make the car wash clean last, this post will provide you with easy and actionable tips you can try for your car.
If you’re ready to find out about these tips, let’s dig right in.
Today, we’re listing down the car detailing arsenals you can’t do without. And some that aren’t necessary but can make your work faster and more efficient. (you can save up and invest for these later)
We’ll list down:
- Basic tools
- Interior cleaners
- Exterior cleaners
- Interior equipment
- Exterior equipment
If you want a comprehensive list of all the things you’ll need to clean both the interior and exterior of your car or your client’s, this post is for you.