One of the common side effects of DIYing is oil stains on your driveway or garage floor. Here are tips for removing oil stains from concrete.
So you’re getting in the habit of regular fluid checks on your car. But do you know how to check transmission fluid? Here’s a refresher to get you started.
So you finally got around to working on that old project car you had sitting outside, eh? It happens to the best of us, you lose track of time and … Continue Reading Know-How Notes: How To Perform A Simple Carburetor Refresh
Keeping the engine bay clean is easy, but what about the cooling system? Here’s how to flush a radiator to keep it clean and operating smoothly.
Over time, the internals of your engine get clogged up with all kinds of nasty stuff. Inside the crankcase, where the oil lives, varnish and tar build up on the … Continue Reading How To Use Sea Foam: Three Ways To A Cleaner Fuel System
Torque is the main force behind securing fasteners. Depending on what grade of fastener you are using, the higher the torque, the better the retention. That isn’t always enough, sometimes … Continue Reading Know-How Notes: Threadlocker Guide
Rusted bolts stink. It doesn’t matter if the car is just a few years old or 50, there will always be rusted or seized nuts and bolts somewhere on the … Continue Reading Know-How Notes: How to Remove a Rusted Bolt
The NAPA bag promotion is the perfect time to stock up on essential supplies at a great price. Here are some ideas to get you started.
Cleaning electronics components is an exercise in frustration. Just like any other piece of equipment, electronics get dirty and grungy, but also have some unique attributes that make cleaning difficult. … Continue Reading How to Clean Electronics With WD-40 Specialist Electrical Contact Cleaner
Undercar components are a magnet for grease and grime. Even cars that have only been on the road for a year or two can be covered in road grime, but … Continue Reading Gunk Removal! Cleaning Dirty Parts with WD-40 Degreaser