This is a tip that I received from a radio presenter about ten years ago, I was at a company valeting cars one day when this guy came up to me asking about my car valeting services and the prices, so I discussed them with him, then we got onto the subject of chemicals and the different kind of products that I use, which then led to him telling me about this natural deodorising tip for smelly cars, he said that he receives most of these tips from people who call into his show,
I am always getting asked, what is the best way to clean car seats and carpets, well is their a so called best way to clean car seats and carpets, I am quite sure that if their was a best way that I would know about it after 18 years of cleaning cars, so I will tell you how I do them, but I cannot say that it is the best way because not all car valeters clean them the same way, and they will all say that they feel their way is the best way, so I will tell you the best way th
Top coat scratches or lacquer scratches.
I do repair scratches but only top coat or lacquer scratches, a lot of people ask me what the difference is with scratches, as most people think all scratchers are the same, but unfortunately they are not, the scratches that i repair are only the top coat or lacquer ones, the reason i am saying top coat or lacquer is because it`s the coat that is on top of the paint that seals the paint and gives it the shiny look, that`s the lacquer
Bird droppings on your car?
I learnt my lesson the hard way as regards bird droppings. About 18 years ago when i first started car valeting, i was cleaning a stretch limo, and on the bonnet their was bird poo, it did not come off as i was washing it with the sponge, so i tried a bit harder and harder, back and forward, side to side, rub rub rub i did, eventual after some real hard scrubbing it had gone, yes i thought, so i washed the bonnet again, rinsed it, then dried it, t
I have heard so many opinions as regards what you should and should not wash and dry your car with, things like, we do not use sponges to wash your car as they scratch or make swirl marks, we don`t use blades or silicon blades to dry your car as they scratch, we only use pure woolen mitts to wash your car or microfiber wash mitts, well am sorry but its all not true, if you want to use a sponge to wash your car you can, or a blade to dry your car you can, they will not scratch