Archive for the ‘Detailing Products’ Category

Guide To Choosing The Best Car Cleaning Kit

Friday, October 24th, 2014

Car Cleaning Kits Guide

With so many choices available, choosing the best car cleaning kit for a present or indeed yourself can sometimes be a bit of a minefield. Does the highest price kit really mean the best? Which is the best value for money? Which kit will help you get and keep a showroom shine?

These are just some of the questions you will be thinking about in your choice. Here we look at the essential items a good quality car cleaning kit should contain, comparing some of the best quality and most popular kits available on the market, from a range car care brands and making some recommendations for putting your own cleaning kit together.

So what are the essentials for ideal car cleaning kits? (more…)

The Week In Detail(ing) – Meguiars, Swissvax, T-Cut, Leather & Auto Finesse…

Saturday, January 25th, 2014

The Week In Detailing

Welcome to the first edition of The Week In Detail(ing). In this feature I aim to bring you all the highlights, product launches, competitions, tips and interesting features from the world of detailing, car care as well as other useful snippets for bike and boat owners where they are published.

T-Cut Celebrates 60 years

Kicking off this first edition we would like to congratulate the team at T-Cut on reaching their 60th Anniversary year. First launched in 1954 after being formulated by the current chairman’s father, Clifford Schofield the product has gone on to be the starting point for many a detailers career and enthusiasts first delve into the world of detailing.

To mark the Anniversary a  (more…)

The Car Wash Products Everyone Should Have in Their Kitbag

Wednesday, June 12th, 2013

Car Wash Products Kit BagWith so many car wash products on the market, choosing which ones to have in your kit bag can be a little confusing. Especially to anyone just starting out in the world of detailing.

Here I will explore some of the essential items anyone from beginner to expect should always have in their detailing kit bag.

The first may come as a bit of a surprise. If like millions of other car owners you regularly use a sponge to wash your car, please make an immediate change and Ditch That Sponge!

By the very nature of their make-up, if a sponge traps even the smallest amounts of dirt or grit between it and your paintwork it will tend to suck up the water leaving the grit to drag across the surface of your paintwork as you wipe, leaving fine swirls and scratches behind it. (more…)