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Looking for a better way to dry your vehicle?

After washing your car, SUV, truck, motorcycle or boat, it's rewarding to see it nice and clean once finished. 

But isn't it annoying after all of your hard work to see water spots appear, or pesky water droplets running down the paint from under your side mirrors, guards etc. 

If you aren't drying your vehicle correctly water spots will appear and over time they will become harder and harder to remove. 

In this blog, we are going to show you some options and basic tips that only take a few minutes, but will provide you with great results each time

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What is the best way to wash and maintain your microfibre towels?

When using microfibre towels to clean your car, you want to be aware of how dirty they are becoming and it's very important to keep them clean.

If your towels are getting dirty, it's best to put them in the wash.

This week's blog will give you some simple tips to look after your towels which will also help to prolong their life in your garage.

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What is the best way to clean your engine bay?

In this post, we’re going to cover a topic that often strikes fear in the hearts of lots of us detailing our own cars at home, cleaning your engine bay.

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What is a drying aid? In recent years, a new product category has begun to emerge in the automotive detailing world. Products called “drying aids” are becoming more popular and are one of the most recent advancements in detailing technology.  

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What is microfiber?

Microfiber is a blend of two different materials; polyester and polyamide. The term microfiber derives from the literal size of the individual strands. Strands of microfiber are ultra-fine and measure out to 1/3 the diameter of cotton fibers, or 1/4 the diameter of wool fibers. This is what makes microfiber so soft.

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