By Robert Roundtree 2 wrench difficulty 2money

Polishing Paint

Polishing Paint

Nearly all cars manufactured today have a clear coat finish. In the automotive world, clear coat refers to a clear layer of resin that is applied over your cars paint. Unfortunately, like most things today, they don’t make or should I say paint them like they use to. Newer cars often have an extremely thin and often only one clear coat sprayed on Continue reading “Clear Coat & Tips on its Restoration” »

By Robert Roundtree

How to get a Glossy Finish

How to get a Glossy Finish

I think the best arsenal in our tool kit as a detailer is the clay bar.  Many people are not familiar with what detailing clay is and what it can do.  It was originally reserved for professional detailers and car dealerships, but it is slowly making it’s way into the hands of the public because of its fantastic results and ease of use.  Auto detailing clay removes Continue reading “How to Clay Bar: Detail Clay and Your Car” »

By Robert Roundtree

Detailing Upholstery

Detailing Upholstery

Regular vacuuming and dusting of your car’s interior is the best way to keep it looking good. However, surface cleaning alone is not enough. Two to three times a year you will need to detail the upholstery to keep it looking its best. This article addresses how to best detail fabric, vinyl and leather upholstery.

Detailing Fabric Upholstery

Fabric is the most difficult upholstery to detail. Unlike vinyl and leather, fabric upholstery easily soils and stains. You should expect to spend Continue reading “Detailing Your Upholstery” »

By Robert Roundtree 1wrench1 money DIY

Vacuuming Car

Vacuuming Car (Just part of the process)

Smoke is a very offensive smell and can linger for a very long time in fabrics and on surfaces. Removing cigarette smoke odor from your vehicle requires all interior surfaces to be cleaned, either professionally or at home. The level of intensity depends on which way you choose to get it removed. A car with terribly bad smoke odor is usually best served by a professional cleaner. If you choose to try and rid your vehicle of the smoke odor yourself, you must remember to clean every square inch of the interior surface.
Continue reading “How to Eliminate Smoke Odor From Your Vehicle” »


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