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Fresh wax, paint protection film, and new coatings bond to the painted surface best when it is clean of old paint protection material.

How do you remove old wax and polish from car paint? Let us show you how quick and easy it is to do.

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The question gets asked a lot: what’s the difference between a ceramic coating and a wax (or sealant for that matter)? It makes sense that there’s confusion around the topic – terms like these are often used interchangeably and most people were taught to understand that a wax IS A sealant and both of them are a form of coating. In a lot of ways that’s true, but as detailing technology continues to evolve, paint protection materials have become more advanced and distinct differences between these terms have begun to emerge.

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Clay Bar Vs Clay Mitt - What is the Difference? It's a pretty common question that we get asked frequently. Both versions of clay have distinct advantages and serve unique purposes when detailing your car. In this blog, we’ll cover their advantages and walk you through some basic tips. . 

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What to you do if the front of your car is littered with hard to remove bugs, bird droppings or tar?

If you don't remove them quickly, corrosive damage can occur to your cars paint.

Read on below, and we’ll walk you through some east steps to remove them with ease.

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The biggest downside to installing a set of whitewalls on your car is simply keeping them clean. They scuff easily, show even the slightest amount of dirt, and god forbid you accidentally run up onto a curb. And even if you don’t drive the car, the whitewalls want to turn yellow and brown just from being exposed to the elements. Needless to say, they’re a little high maintenance, especially when compared to their black wall counterparts.

Here are some of the tips & tricks to keep your whitewalls looking their best year-round.

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