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How to Detail Your Car

How to Detail Your Car
Some say that Guido da Vigevano built the first car in 1335 that used a windmill
type assembly to drive a set of gears to turn the wheels. I would say that if that is the
case, that he probably was also the first one to clean a car. Now the carwash/detailing
industry has become a multi-billion dollar industry. Although why would you want to
spend you hard earned money on having some one else detail your car? When you could
do it yourself, and make sure it is completed correctly and the way you want. Besides I
know a lot of car enthusiast out there who would really prefer to detail their cars
themselves.
After years of experience and talking with some of the best product/technical
representatives around today, I have compiled a how to guide for car owners that want to
do there own work. This guide is intended for all car enthusiasts on all levels. Maybe you
are new to car detailing or you are just looking for some new “tricks” to give you the
advantage at your next car show. Either way I hope that this guide helps you on your
journey.
First off detailing is handwork and time consuming. No matter what your reason
for wanting to detail your car from wanting to attend a car show to selling your vehicle
detailing will be well worth your time and effort. Now there are products out there that
say that it will cut your time in half, and that you only need to do it once a year.
However, several professional detailers I talked with said that many of the new cheaper
products are indeed too good to be true and can damage paint jobs. This is why I suggest
staying away from low quality products and sticking with the known products. There is
nothing that works as well as hard work and some elbow grease. I will make some
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