Call Us | Icon
Email Us | Icon
Become A Distributor
Set Descending Direction
Page:
  1. 1
  2. 2
  3. 3
If you detail vehicles for a living, cleaning and conditioning leather seats is a lucrative source of income. Leather seats show dirt and grime after just a couple of years, yet vehicle owners take great pride in their appearance. You might consider this service as an add-on to boost your bottom line. Here are some best practices to follow when cleaning and conditioning leather seats in a vehicle.Read More
In the automotive detailing industry, there’s much confusion around the topics of car wax and paint sealant. This uncertainty makes sense since these terms are often mistakenly used interchangeably, and many people have been led to believe that wax is a sealant. While the truth of that statement is often debated, paint sealants have begun to emerge as a separate product in recent years.Read More
If you run a car wash, specialize in car detail, or operate a car dealership, you need to choose the best towels to use on vehicles. Certain types of towels are safer on the paint, and special brushes are necessary to detail a car in a professional manner. A national manufacturer of microfiber towels has the supplies you need to satisfy your customers.Read More
Getting a car looking like new isn't as simple as it looks. An experienced crew might make it look quick and easy, but it takes time to get that good. You also need to have the right supplies.Read More
All car washes use water, right? While a water-based car wash is certainly the most common type of commercial car wash, if you own such a business, you should also consider offering a waterless car wash service. These fast and effective services can be a great solution for many car owners, and you can really expand your customer base by offering it. But before you dismiss the idea based on things you've heard about waterless car wash products, here are some common misconceptions and the truth behind them.Read More
Aluminum brightener can make any vehicle look shiny and clean. However, its components make it very dangerous to humans. Most aluminum brighteners contain hydrofluoric acid, which is ranked among compounds most hazardous to human health. So, when applying aluminum brightener, it’s important to take preventive measures to ensure everyone involved is not seriously injured.Read More
For many, their car is their baby. They want to do everything they can to preserve its luster for years to come. One way to do this, apart from regular maintenance and cleaning, is by applying wax and polish. However, many people often cannot tell the difference between the two products. This misconception can often be cleared up at your local auto detailing shop, but the following information might serve as a refresher course on what wax and polish are, and why knowing their differences matters.Read More
Certain weather can wear down your car’s surface. Car waxing retains a shiny finish and seals it against rust, dirt, and other elements. Most vehicles need to be waxed twice per year. Here are things to know about car waxing.Read More
When you own a carwash, you're taking on a lot of responsibility. Not only is it important that you make sure your customers' cars are squeaky clean when you're finished, you also want their cars to be in better shape than when they arrived. That means no damage and no scratches. Before you break out those sponges and auto detail brushes, here are a few pointers you'll want to keep in mind.Read More
It’s important for car detailing companies to have the appropriate tools to ensure they are giving a professional service. The main components include a nylon bristle scrub brush, auto scrub, and microfiber towels. Microfiber towels are essential to use in any car detailing business. They're ideal for wiping glass, complete auto detail, and interior detail.Read More
Set Descending Direction
Page:
  1. 1
  2. 2
  3. 3