Your Car's Paint Can Be Damaged In The Simplest Of Ways

Posted on: 27 June 2018

When you get that nice paint job put on your car you already know there are many ways it can be damaged, such as by getting dinged by carts in a shopping strip parking lot, having pine cones or other things fall on it from trees or even by being keyed if you park in a way some vindictive person doesn't like. However, there are many ways the paint can receive damages that you may have never thought of before.
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How To Remove Sap From Your Car

Posted on: 26 January 2017

Sap is that sticky substance that comes out of trees such as pine, oak, or maple. If you park beneath one of these types of trees, you'll notice drops of this sticky substance appearing on your car, which can be difficult to remove, especially if it has been baked on. If left there, that baked on sap can damage the paint on your car by eating through the clear coat and discoloring the paint beneath.
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4 Tips For Getting The Most Out Of Self-Serve Auto Detailing

Posted on: 30 June 2016

Self-serve auto detailing businesses are extremely helpful for anyone looking to wash their own vehicles but don't have space or tools needed to do so at home. If you like to take advantage of self-serve auto detailing locations, you should know how to make the most out of it. This way, you can limit the number of trips you need to take and keep your car cleaning for a longer period of time.
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4 Reasons To Pick Clear Window Tinting Film For Your Car

Posted on: 8 September 2015

Tired of driving around with the sun beating down on you all summer, but stuck in a state with restrictions on automotive window tinting? Find the perfect compromise by trying one of the new nearly transparent films now available. These clear window tints offer four specific benefits to the driver who doesn't want a darker color. Meets State Requirements Each state sets specific rules on how dark a tint you can add to the windows, with different light blocking percentages set for the windshield and side windows.
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