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Why You Should Snow Foam Your Car

04th June 2010
Snow foaming or pre foaming is the process of covering the exterior of your car in a designated cleaning product in foam form before washing it to help remove and loosen dirt and contaminants. Pre foaming your car is actually one of the most important ... Read >

Cleaning Alcantara Seats

04th June 2010
Alcantara/suede interiors can look, smell and feel great but if they are not correctly cleaned and maintained they can easily wear and stain. Because of the nature of the material it should not be heavily cleaned like normal upholstery as this can cause p... Read >

How to Clean Rubber Car Mats

04th June 2010
Rubber mats are a great way of protecting your cars carpets and fitted mats from heavy soiling. It is a popular choice to use rubber mats during winter months when a greater amount of dirt, mud, ice and other general contaminants are likely to be trodden ... Read >

How to Remove Scratches From Plastic

03rd June 2010
Scratches can easily be inflicted onto plastic surfaces in your car as they are fairly soft in comparison to paintwork and other materials. These scratches can look very unsightly especially in direct light and if it is a clear plastic affected they can e... Read >

How to Effectively Clean a Nicotine Contaminated Car Interior

03rd June 2010
If a car has been smoked in then the interior can quickly become coated in nicotine. It will turn all surfaces a yellow/brown colour and infiltrate all parts of the interior leaving it smelling strongly of stale smoke. Although a nicotine contaminated... Read >

How to Safely Remove Industrial Fallout From a Vehicle

03rd June 2010
Industrial fallout occurs when small airborne metal particles settle on the surface of your car and bond to it. They then begin to oxidize, looking very unsightly and if left untreated can damage the paintwork underneath. Industrial fallout commonly co... Read >

How to Safely & Effectively Remove Overspray

03rd June 2010
Over spray most commonly occurs when part of a car has been repainted but the rest of it had not been sufficiently masked off and protected. Small speckles of paint or a fine mist will settle on the original paintwork, dry and bond onto the surface. This ... Read >

How to Safely & Effectively Remove Blood From a Cars Interior

03rd June 2010
Cleaning up blood should be dealt with in the same way that you would clean up other bodily fluids such as vomit or urine. The most important thing to remember when cleaning up blood is to protect yourself. You should wear appropriate protective gloves an... Read >

How to Effectively Clean Up Vomit From a Cars Interior

03rd June 2010
If you have ever had the misfortune of someone vomiting in your car then you will know how difficult it can be to clean up properly, the foul odour it gives off and how hard that odour can be to remove. The key to eliminating the odour and to preventi... Read >

How to Remove Mold From a Cars Interior

03rd June 2010
Mold can accumulate in a cars interior and spread quickly if the correct conditions are present. If the interior is left damp due to cold or wet weather mold may form. If there has been a food or drink spillage which has been left uncleaned this can cause... Read >

Cleaning Your Cars Wheels, Tyres & Arches

03rd June 2010
The wheels and tyres are the only parts of your car that actually connect it to the road, therefore they tend to pick up dirt and contaminants quickly. Wheel arches are the inner area that surround the wheels and tyres and so any dirt and contaminants pic... Read >