The sun is finally shining, meaning it’s time to spring-clean your car. Winter is hard on a car, and a good cleaning makes it look good as new inside and out. Also, a nice bath helps your car last longer by removing the winter buildup on paint and interior fabrics. It doesn’t take long to do the job and, once it’s done, you’ll have months of summertime weather to enjoy. Here’s how to spring-clean your car…
How to clean bugs off your car and tips on how to prevent future bug buildup.
You take pride in your vehicle and its appearance. But you don’t want to spend a fortune at the car wash every week. The answer is good, old-fashioned DIY — do it yourself. Washing’s easy — what we’re going to talk about is what comes after the wash — how to polish your car.
Keeping your vehicle looking clean and shiny is hard work. The question is how often to get a car wash.
Spring has finally arrived and it’s time to clean away winter’s grime. Here’s how to clean your car at home and be ready for summer.
On Saturday, April 27, 2019, NAPA AUTO PARTS stores and facilities across the U.S. broke out the buckets, towels, and, of course, NAPA wash and wax products – and also … Continue Reading NAPA AUTO PARTS Earns “Most Car Washes” World Title
Left untreated, pollen can actually corrode the body of your car. Here’s how to go about the task of pollen removal and keep your car pollen-free all season long.
Keeping a regular winter car wash schedule will help keep your car on the road longer, and as an added bonus, it will look better, too.
When you’re putting together a car washing kit, there are a few essentials you won’t want to overlook.
Car paint isn’t just cosmetic — it protects your car from corrosion. Here are four ways to protect car paint.