Easy on the Eyes, But Not so Easy to Clean There’s a reason so many luxury, recreational and sports cars have their identity solidified in a classic, elegant black tone. … Continue Reading How to Wash a Black Car & Keep It Shiny | NAPA
Curb rash is unsightly, and it could even present dangers as well. Learn when you can tackle it yourself and how to fix it at home.
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.
Swirl marks are fine paint scratches caused by wiping your car with a dry towel. Learn how to remove swirl marks to leave your paint looking good as new.
There’s an entire auto subculture dedicated to custom rim design and care, so it’s no wonder folks want to show them off. Even if you’ve got factory standards on, knowing how to polish your rims can make a strong statement as you cruise along. And while it’s a nice lazy afternoon project, there is a right and wrong way to go about it…
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.
Detailing a classic car is challenging. Here are three indispensable tips and tricks to help you maintain your classic’s show-car shine.
Nothing can bum you out about your ride quite like scuffed and dull paint. Over time, every paint job gets scratches, scuffs and the harsh rays of the sun compound … Continue Reading How to Restore Your Paint’s Finish with 3M’s Paint Restoration System