Even a drop of gasoline can leave lingering odors in car upholstery. If an entire can spills in your trunk, it can seem like a very overwhelming cleaning job. The oily nature of gasoline makes it difficult to remove. Many people are at a loss trying to figure out how to clean a gas spill in their car trunk.
Ceramic coating or nano coating is all the rage in the car world at the moment. It’s a fairly new product for car paint protection. No doubt you’re wondering exactly what it is, how to use it, and how it stacks up against waxes and other paint protection products.
If you’ve got questions about ceramic coating, you’ve come to the right place. Read on below for a run-down of how ceramic coating works, how to use it, and whether it’s the right choice for your vehicle.
Keeping our cars cleaned and pristine is harder than ever in today’s world. The air is full of aggressive chemicals pumped out by other drivers and businesses which corrode alloy wheels, the rain is acidic and can cause long term damage if it’s left to sit on your car. Even the sun washes out paintwork.
Black cars look stunning—when they’re clean. They also show dirt, water spots, and other stains more quickly than other car colors. If you don’t know how to keep a black car clean between washes, you’ll end up driving a vehicle that looks dingy all the time.
There are a few easy hacks you can try to avoid this problem, however. With a little bit of extra effort, your black car can keep its sleek finish more than a few hours after it leaves the car wash.
You unknowingly stepped in an oil spill while filling your gas tank at the gas station. When you got back into the car, that motor oil transferred from your shoes to your car’s carpeting. Or as you checked the oil level under the hood, you got some oil on your sleeve and then got into the car and now there is an oil stain on the seat. What are some of the best ways to remove a stubborn oil stain or spill from inside your car?
Most people don’t think about lifting the hood when it’s time to wash their car. Even though you can’t see it, though, a dirty engine is actually worse for your vehicle than a dirty exterior. Built-up grease, fuel, and oil makes road dirt more likely to stick on engine components. When it does, it can damage wires and hoses, clog valves or pistons, and otherwise impede your vehicle’s performance.
If you are a car enthusiast one of the easiest ways to make your car stand out from the crowd, to give it that exclusive look, is by adding a tint to your headlights. In this article we will discuss the best ways to tint headlights (and possibly taillights as well) to achieve a catchy and stylish look.
As your car ages, as the miles begins to pile up, it pays to do a little more vehicle maintenance to keep the car running in tip-top condition. One of the maintenance tasks that will be of great benefit is to remove sludge, calcium, and lime deposits that have built up in your car’s radiator. Minerals, heat, and time allow these deposits to form. One of the simplest and least expensive ways to do this is by flushing the radiator using distilled white vinegar.
Few “innocent” pranks are as damaging to cars as having someone “egg” them. In as little as two hours, eggs can permanently ruin a car’s finish. Egg will eat through finish coats and etch into paint if not removed quickly and properly. So what are the top ways to clean egg off of a car, ASAP!
It never seems to take long for “things” to accumulate between, under, and around your car seats. After all that time that you spend polishing and shining your car’s exterior, the last thing you want to see when you open the door is a dusty, dirty mess. It’s important to regularly clean between and around the car’s seats but it can be tricky reaching these tight spaces. Here are a few tips to make this difficult process easier, without the necessity of removing the seats.