Learning how to protect your car’s paint from the sun is simple. Check out these three easy steps to keep your car’s paint looking brand new.
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.
Rain water may look clean, but it can contain pollutants and debris. Here’s how to remove water spots from a car to maintain your car’s finish.
There are several different types of wax available for your car. Here’s how to find one that will protect your car’s paint and help it shine.
Winter paint protection begins before the last leaf falls. Follow these steps to protect your car’s paint from harsh winter conditions.
Summer’s end is an ideal time to detail your car. Just like the winter, your car has been exposed to extreme temperatures; here’s how to detail your car.
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.
Removing stickers from your car isn’t as easy as you might believe. Several methods for removal are discussed, covering multiple surface options.
Autumn leaves damage car paint if they’re not handled immediately. How to prevent the problem and what to do when your car is covered.
You can learn how to remove dead bugs from car paint safely by following one of these two methods.