Showing articles & questions for topic
Detailing

Related articles

How to Detail Your Car – DIY Tips & Tricks From a Pro
Detailing your car is the best way to make your car look great. Use car washing soap, a microfiber wash mitt, and a clay bar to detail your car.
How to Clean a Car With a Microfiber Cloth
Microfiber towels are a must-have for car detailing jobs. Use a microfiber towel to wash and dry the exterior when you're detailing your car.
How to Detail Your Car with a Clay Bar
Clay bar detailing gives your car exterior a smooth and shiny surface. Clean and prepare the car body before you use a clay bar on your car exterior.
How to Start a Career As a Car Detailer
Being a car detailer can be a very satisfying career. You get to work on the inside and the outside of vehicles, and are responsible for making cars look...
How to Make Your Car Look High End
Even if you drive a basic commuter car, you want it to look good. Detail your car, install chrome trim, and put on a dark tint to improve its style.
How to Use a Steam Cleaner to Detail a Car
Regardless of how you use your vehicle, the interior can get dirty and soiled over time. Your car can get dirty in any of the following ways: Dyes and dirt transferred...
Helpful Tips to Get the Most Money When Selling Your Car
Washing, waxing and detailing the car; taking great photos, and researching price are great ways to get the most money when selling your car.
A Car Collector's Guide to Popular Classic Cars
Classic car collectors buy American muscle cars, elegant European cars, and rare Japanese cars. Buy a classic auto to own a piece of car history.

Related questions

Question
Where would I go to remove marks left by an egg
Hey there. I would recommend first taking the vehicle to or having a car detailer to look at the damage to see if it just needs a good cleaning and waxed or the damage requires the paint to be repaired...
Question
Can you buff or polish a car using a just buffer without having to wax it?
Using a buffer on a car's paint to get out scratches would require the use of a compound liquid to take off some of the paint surface. If you buff too much in one spot, then you will take off...

Need a mechanic?

Our certified mobile mechanics make house calls in over 700 U.S. cities. Fast, free online quotes for your car repair.

Get a quote

Post a question and get free advice from our certified mechanics.


Ask a question