It is not Pegasus, or the Lochness Monster.
It's just an activity that millions of people around the world do, yet like those mythical creatures, a bunch of myths have circulated over the years about cleaning our cars. And car cleaning has become a science, with so many detailing shops, car washes and different formulas of car wash liquids in the marketplace.
Your car may look beautiful from the outside, but if it’s dirty and foul-smelling on the inside, you won’t feel good driving in it.
As we all know, Micro Fiber Towels, are the ultimate for detailing, buffing and finishing up dry washing the exterior and interior or your car. They are so durable, do not scratch paint, plastic or upholstery and are perfect for use with any of our Dri Wash n Guard products.
You pay good, hard-earned money for that sofa, that chair, that recliner.
Seeing an unsightly tear in it just makes you want to throw your hands in the air. Especially if the upholstery is fabric - suddenly, those pieces of furniture almost become disposable, as some professional upholstery shops will charge so much for repairs that you might be better-served to get a new piece.
For the last few years, there has been a debate in the car community about washing a car and its effect on fuel efficiency. And nowadays, with gas costing almost twice as much per gallon as it did just six years ago, squeezing every last mile out of your tank has become much more important.
Everyone knows that a good car wash and wax can go a long way in preserving the look of your car overall and especially keeping the paint looking new.
We are all about colors in our lives. We love rainbows, high-definition color in our movies and TV shows, and a variety of colors on our plates at dinner time.
And when it comes to decorating our homes, we tend to decorate with certain colors that we like, and we may like those colors because of our personalities and how those colors may emphasize our personality.
Couldn't the color of our car say the same thing about us?
The Great Myths in Car Cleaning
How to Keep Your Interior Fresh
Micro Fiber Towels – Care and Cleaning
Upholstery Tear? Here's a Do-It-Yourself Repair!
Clean vs. Dirty Car: Which is Truly More Efficient?
A Few (Unknown?) Ways to Scratch Car Paint
Coloring Who You Are, With Your Car