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Bye, bye Winter! Well... kind of.... Your all weather car mats are still covered with salt and sand from the winter and we know just water does not give us the nice clean look as if they were brand new again. So what’s the best way to really leave winter in the past, a good deep clean and scrub on our mats?
It's time to start pulling that beauty out of storage! It's time to ride!
Motorcycle season is upon us and, here at The Simoniz Garage, we know how much you love your motorcycles. But what are the best ways to clean your motorcycle? With our expertise in the detailing industry, we want to make sure you are safely cleaning and maintaining all areas of your motorcycle.
To do this, we put together a Complete Motorcycle Detail Kit that includes everything you will need to clean your entire bike from the windshield, to the paint, to the engine and chrome, and maintain your leather.
We all love to take them everywhere with us. Hiking, dog park, beach, or just a trip around the block. But with that comes the timely task of cleaning our cars of all there paw prints, doggy nose marks on windows, and the hardest part of it all, getting rid of all that dog hair in our carpets and seats.
Whether you are detailing your own car or working on a customer vehicle here are a few places you may want to keep in mind as they are commonly missed areas. With so many intricate areas in a Vehicle it is easily to overlook some certain parts of cars. In this segment we are only going to name a few commonly missed areas.
Before we get into cleaning window tints we need to understand what they are and how they work before we can clean them! Window film blocks 99% of the sun's ultraviolet rays from entering your home, business, or vehicle. This helps reduce glare while protecting skin and eyes from damage. By blocking UV rays, window tinting also helps protect furnishings, upholstery, paintings, and tapestries from fading and discoloration.