NO MORE WAX – Protect Your Vehicle with Nano Ceramic Coating

NO MORE WAX – Protect Your Vehicle with Nano Ceramic Coating

Do bird droppings stain your vehicle’s paint finish? Does your vehicle become dusty right after you have washed it? Do you constantly notice surface scratches on your vehicle no matter what you do? Do you find yourself waxing your vehicle all of the time? There are a few top-quality nano-coating products on the market that will protect your vehicles in the way that they need to be protected. We now carry FlightShield, a nano-coating product that will protect your vehicle even more. What is FlightShield? FlightShield is a crystal-clear...

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How to Recognize the Differences Between Superior and Inferior Auto Paints

How to Recognize the Differences Between Superior and Inferior Auto Paints

When you buy a new car, the paint on your vehicle is perfect. Or, at least, it is supposed to be perfect. If it isn’t perfect, you will undoubtedly give it back to the dealership where you purchased the vehicle and insist that the sales person who sold you the car give you a vehicle that is nothing short of perfection all around. That is easy. However, how do you tell good-quality paint from bad after you have had the car for a while? Learning how to tell the difference If you own a vehicle that needs new paint, whether you have been in...

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Winterizing Your Car: What Are Your Options?

Winterizing Your Car: What Are Your Options?

In the winter, you need to protect your car more carefully than you did during the warmer months. Although the body of your car in the winter will be exposed to harsher weather conditions, you have really good options to protect your car. Detail USA currently has two recommended options. The one that you choose will depend on your particular budget and level of protection. Option 1: Nano Ceramic Sealant The nano ceramic sealant forms a true polymeric layer of modified nanoparticles, which stick to the surface of the paint. At the molecular...

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How to Clean Car Windows Perfectly Without Streaks and Chemicals

How to Clean Car Windows Perfectly Without Streaks and Chemicals

Everyone knows that cleaning windows, mirrors, and glass is very difficult. Streaks, hazing, smudges, and missed spots are some of the most common problems. These common problems are caused by towels, products, and surface temperatures.  Most towels leave marks and do not clean adequately and leave a residue. The secret to perfect windows, mirrors, glass is the type of towel and motions used. With years of cleaning car windows I have found the old fashioned clean cloth diaper combined with only clean water works best. The problem with using...

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How to Clean Wheels and Rims

How to Clean Wheels and Rims

Wheels are made from different metals and are coated with many different finishes. Most common are chrome plated, powder-coated, steel/alloy painted wheels. In order to remove the dirt and brake dust from every part of the wheel, it takes just the right brushes and products. There are three brushes needed and two types of liquid cleaning products used, depending on the type of wheel and the finish. The brushes include one for deep inside, one for the center hub portion, and one for the face. The products include Wheel/Tire Clean and a...

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How to Clean Car Windows – Detailed

How to Clean Car Windows – Detailed

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How to Remove Water Stains, Spots or Etching of the Finish

How to Remove Water Stains, Spots or Etching of the Finish

These paint defects occur when untreated or unfiltered water containing impurities dries on the finish. The most common damaging impurity is calcium. We mostly see water stains and etching from sprinklers, leaking pipes in underground garages, and when vehicles are not dried after washing. There are ways to prevent and/or keep the damage to a minimum. Maintaining a coat of wax or sealant will help reduce the damage, and drying the vehicle with a soft towel or chamois after.   The way to recognize that your vehicle has deep water spots or...

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Nano Ceramic Coating – The New Standard in Car Care

Nano Ceramic Coating – The New Standard in Car Care

Are you worried about bird droppings staining your vehicle’s paint finish? Are you tired of your vehicle getting dusty after a wash? Do you have problems keeping your vehicle scratch free? Are you tired of waxing your car? In that case, you may want to have a nano ceramic coating applied to your vehicle. The results will be amazing! What does the nano ceramic coating do? The nano ceramic coating forms a true polymeric layer of modified nanoparticles, which stick to the surface of the paint. At the molecular level, the coating fills in...

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The Importance of Clay Bar Before Applying or Sealing Paint

The Importance of Clay Bar Before Applying or Sealing Paint

Clay Bar Magic is used to remove contaminants that adhere to the surface of the paint. It is called “clay” because the texture and qualities resemble clay. Clay Bar Magic contain polymers which safety removes surface contaminants. There are many reasons you need to use the clay barring process before waxing and/or sealing your paint’s finish. First and most important, it will give your car the ultimate protection from the wax or sealant. In order for the wax or sealant to do its job, it needs to be applied to the paint and not on top of...

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Winterizing Your Car With HD Poxy Sealant

Winterizing Your Car With HD Poxy Sealant

Our winter season is coming and providing ultimate protection to your vehicle’s paint is important! Rainwater carries contaminants, which include acid rain and other industrial pollutants such as factory rail dust fallout; these contaminants land on your vehicle’s paint and dry, causing damage to your vehicle’s finish. Applying a durable sealant will protect your vehicle in the rainy months to come. Types of sealants/waxes There are different waxes, sealants, and polishes and they all provide a certain amount of shine and...

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