What you’ll need (more or less – it’s what I’ve found works the best for me after 7 years of car detailing.) Washing Dawn – Dishwashing Detergent Meguiar’s – Gold Class Car Wash Shampoo Car Wash Mitt Meguiar’s – Hot Rims Wheel Cleaner Wheel Cleaning Brush Drying California Dry Blade Meguiar’s – Ultimate Chamois Waxing […]
By: dr-rjp I just uploaded a video I made on how to use Deep Creep (made by SeaFoam) to clean out your engine. Check it out: http://videos.streetfire.net/v…f.htm
From Salvage to Showroom Shine—Bringing Paint Back From the Dead It began with a phone call. A friend had just bought a bargain-basement-priced 1990 240sx.Although it was mechanically in good shape, the paint job was trashed. It was badly oxidized on the hood, trunk, and roof—with a chalky pallor and no reflectivity left at all. […]
The original thread from the Mopar forums has been around long enough for this technique to have been applied with varying results to several other types of cars. While it can create a smoother, more even finish than rattlecans and can last longer than the typical $250 job that Maaco offers, the results are entirely dependent on the amount of time you devote to the job.
Claying One of the most frequent questions I get asked is regarding claying. Many people ask if it’s a necessary step and what benefit they get from it. The best way for me to describe it is by using your own skin as an example. Your skin, like a car’s paint is under assault from […]
Rattlecan paint jobs have gained a negative reputation in recent years as it seems any 16-year-old kid is all-too-eager to ruin his perfect factory paint in the hopes of giving his car that “street racer” look. For those of us who have mismatched panels, badly oxidized paint, etc… it can be a cheap temporary alternative to spending all your project budget on the real thing. Depending on your skill level and patience, you can come out with results that rival the real thing.
Replace that saggy, torn, or rotted headliner with this easy to follow tutorial!