Debunking the myths and falsehoods of detailing’s most common chemicals.
The second article in this two-part series focuses on tools, supplies and chemicals.
The first in this two-part series focuses on the industry’s history and how it has led up to this point.
Here are seven strong reasons to leave the dish soap for washing bowls and plates.
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Thirty years ago, the trim on most cars was chrome. It was shiny and strong. It added flair and color to the old classic.
Primer to paint finishing
Critical carwash issues on other continents and how they affect business here.
How Shane Constable works hard “on his business,” not “in his business.”
An automobile comes to your detail business with chemical etch marks. They could be water spots, pits or pin holes in the finish. How do you begin the repair