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There are a plethora of stain remover products on the market today. At times these products promise magical stain removing results, but in reality they are very harsh chemicals not only eating away at stains, but also your vehicle’s fabric and upholstery. A lot of times they don’t do an effective job at removing the stain altogether, this leaves consumers unsatisfied.
Luckily many people call us at CarNewba Detailing to perform our professional stain removal process. We don’t use harsh chemicals to remove stains in fabric. We use a blend of biodegradable stain removers and specialized cleaners along with professional steam cleaners. The gentle stain remover loosens the bonded stain from the fabric while the cleaners and steam disinfect and kill bacteria in the given area. It’s the combination of gentle stain removers, cleaners, steam, and professional hands with years of experience that deliver satisfactory results.
People love shiny things! Shiny rocks, shiny metals, and especially shiny cars. But how do we achieve that glass look we all desire? The answer is simple, but the process is complex. The only way to gain true shine for your vehicles paint is to gain perfect clarity and a scratch free surface! The GMC to the right is a perfect example of shine and clarity gained through proper paint correction. Check out our in depth article on how to polish your car, and learn how to do it yourself!
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The notorious automatic car wash! You can find them at almost every gas station nowadays, but should you be using them to wash your vehicle?
As a detailer, and one who really cares for his clients and there vehicles, I believe that there is no good reason to use and automatic car wash. In fact, I myself and my customers stay away from them at all cost! Lets go over the main reasons why detailers and professionals alike avoid automatic car washes and recommend their clients to do so as well.
1) Harmful Acidic Cleaners-
Automatic car washes use very very VERY harmful acidic cleaners, such as Hydrofluoric Acidand many others. Hydrofluoric acid is one of the strongest and most harmful inorganic acids. When used full strength it can corrode glass, paint, plastics, and a plethora of other materials on a your vehicle. To give you an even better idea of how strong and dangerous this acid is, its the same acid used in the popular hit TV show Breaking Bad in order to dissolve bodies. This type of acidic cleaner is mainly found in touch-less washes. There is no physical contact between the wash and your vehicle in order to agitate dirt, salt, and other types of contaminants. So in attempt to remove and break down such contaminants, touch-less automatic washes use harsh cleaners like Hydrofluoric acid. The results are weakened waxes, sealants, clear coats, plastics, and many other surfaces. The use of this acid became so popular in the automatic car wash industry that the Center for Disease Control issued a written warning to all car washes.
2) Scratches, and lots of them-
We all remember the old automatic car washes that used hard bristle brushes, well for the most part those are a thing of the past. They have been replaced with ether touch-less car washes or mitter curtain car washes. Mitter curtains are produced using a “softer”cloth like material. They drag off the surface of your vehicle in order to remove dirt. That sounds good and all... but hundreds of vehicles are being serviced 24/7. So unless your the first one on a fresh set of mitter curtains, you can be assured that you are driving through wet sand paper.
3) Water Spots & Hand Drying-
And the damage does not stop during the washing process, your car is being damaged while being dried as well. At the end of your automatic car wash you vehicle receives a cool, but useless, breeze from industrial blowers. All this does is move water from one spot of your vehicle to another, and that is why vehicles come out looking like the one above. Water spots are not easy to remove once dried, they sometimes need to be removed by polishing the effected area. To solve this problem automatic car washes started implementing free hand drying. Sound like a great idea until you figure out that low quality towels are being used and the cleanliness of the towels is very questionable.
4) Profit is Main Priority
Another thing you have to remember is that an automatic car washes main priority is profit and speed. These two characteristics never result in quality at the end of the day. Automatic washes use, cheap products, tools, and even water. Yes even the water used in automatic car washes is typically low quality, and full of mineral deposits. All of this combined gives you end result that less then desired and a waste of money.
5) Water Waste & Bad For Our Environment-
A typical automatic car wash uses repulsive amounts of water, upwards of 100 gallons! You only need 10 to 15 gallons of water to properly wash a vehicle like a midsize SUV. When you put the hundreds of gallons wasted along side the harmful chemicals, you start to understand why automatic car washes are not only bad for your vehicle but also bad to our environment.
In the world of detailing there are many options for automotive protection. The three most popular are waxes, sealants, and coatings. In this article we will be going over what each consists of, the benefits, and negatives associated with each, and application of each type of protection.
What Are Car Waxes Made Of ?
What Are Automotive Sealants Made Of?
What Are Automotive Coatings Made Of?
Pros Of Car Wax:
Cons Of Car Wax:
Pros Of Car Sealants:
Cons Of Car Sealants:
Pros Of Car Coatings:
Cons Of Car Coatings
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