If your car never looks as good as others after a car wash, DIY car detailing will certainly make a difference. Here’s how to get started.
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.
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.
You should understand the differences between wax types and how long each treatment will last to determine which will be the best car wax for your vehicle.
These spring car cleaning tips will get your ride back on the road and looking its best after a long, dirty winter.
When your teen sets out on the road alone, it can be nerve-racking. You’ll worry less if you prepare them with these tips for young drivers.
Washing your car is a time-honored tradition among automotive enthusiasts. While many people simply pump quarters (more like dollars) into automated machines, if you want to get your car truly … Continue Reading Know-How Notes: Using the Mothers PowerBall 4Paint
Selling a used car can be profitable if you undertake certain preparation steps before you list your vehicle for sale.
“It’s the thought that counts.” That’s the rule of thumb for gifts and giving, and perhaps no holiday better illustrates the point than Mother’s Day. Mom’s love homemade gifts, or … Continue Reading DIY Automotive: Best Mother’s Day Gifts