When I purchased my first brand new vehicle, I was determined to keep it clean and looking new for a long time. Every week I take my car to the car wash and once a month I take it to the auto detailing shop to have the inside cleaned. Since my car is spotless on the inside and the outside, it still looks new. I plan to own this car for a long time, so I want to take very good care of it. My name is Marcus Winters and welcome to my car care blog. In this blog, I'll tell you how you can keep your car and the engine looking brand new. When you take care of your vehicle, you'll be able to get more money for it when you sell it. I hope that you find my blog interesting and that you learn all about car care.
21 May 2017
Some jobs require you to give off an impressive look, especially when it relates to business. For instance, you may meet with potential or existing clients and must show them around town in between meetings, which means you want to make sure you are giving off the greatest impression possible. Maintaining a polished business look should not be that hard to accomplish if you are used to doing it on a daily basis, but getting your vehicle ready to impress may not be something that you handle regularly.
2 April 2015
Over the years, automotive engine, transmission and differential components often develop a thick layer of grease and oil from seeping or leaking seals. Dirt kicked up from the road surface sticks to that layer of grime and completely obscures your view of the leak location. Without a clear view of the components, your mechanic cannot correctly identify which seals need prompt replacement. Your mechanic must blast away layers of dirt and grime with industrial pressure washers to perform the leak diagnosis process.