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  • How to Wash Your Car - Wash Mitts

    Posted on August 2, 2012 by waxyclean

    Ask a group of car enthusiasts which company makes better car or truck? Ford, Chevrolet, Dodge, Honda, Toyota, Lexus, BMW, Mercedes, Porsche or Audi? You will get a variety of different answers, everyone has his or her opinion! To say that everyone has a favorite is an understatement yet there are some basic fundamentals that make an item one of the best for its intended purpose.
    Choosing a car wash mitt can be somewhat the same. Some like microfiber while others like synthetic or genuine sheepskin. This comes down to personal preference but the super plush genuine wool wash mitts like the Sonus Ultimate Wool Wash Mitt is hard to beat. They are soft, hold lots of water and car wash shampoo solution and they rinse cleanly. You will want to be sure to avoid shop rags, old t-shirts, and beach towels as the nap, or thickness of these materials are so short that you can inadvertently push surface dirt around instilling washing swirl marks. Also, these type of wash rags do not release trapped dirt as easily. The thicker Sonus Ultimate Wool Wash Mitts offer room for dirt to hide away from the surface of the car until

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  • How To Wash Your Car

    Posted on August 2, 2012 by waxyclean

    How To Wash Your Car - Detailing 101
    How To Properly Wash Your Car for Streak Free Shine!
    You’ve spent plenty of money the purchase of your car or truck, now the question arises, “How do I take care of it?”. The answer is vital to retaining the value of your vehicle and reducing future costs due to premature deterioration.
    Much has been written on how to properly maintain a vehicles appearance and while most of the tips in this article certainly aren’t new, perhaps they may help you think about things in a different light.
    Vehicle enthusiasts range from those who religiously wash or quick detail their vehicles daily, to those who love caring for their vehicle but only get the chance to wash them weekly or bi-weekly. Both categories of enthusiasts cringe at the very thought of taking their car or truck to a car wash, otherwise known as “automatic swirl factories”. In this article I hope to give you some ideas and tips that will help you maintain your vehicles appearance and teach you ways to avoid, or at least minimize creating swirl marks.

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