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Good car care is all about getting the most out of your vehicle. Here's our guide to looking after your prized possession using the best detailing methods available

Do you love your car? If so, you might want to start thinking like a pro and give your baby the proper car care it deserves. Giving your car a quick wash by yourself with a sponge or putting it through a five-quid car wash isn't the quality care your car needs (or wants). 

In this post we look at how to care for your car like a pro by breaking down the full car-detailing process. We'll go through everything from scrubbing the wheels to the finishing touches.

Why should you care about your car? A car is a considerable investment, and as soon as it’s on the road, it becomes vulnerable to the sun, salt, grease, grime, rain, acid rain, smog, tree sap, bugs, and — to top it all off — bird droppings.

If you want to keep your car in great shape and fight off that car depreciation as much as possible, quality car care is essential. You will also reduce your risk of expensive issues down the line. Finally, your car will look nice, which is what we want, right? 

The Professional Car Care Method

 

Wash the Wheels

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