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Safe Wash, The Why's Do's & Don'ts Part 5

Safe Wash, The Why's Do's & Don'ts Part 5

Drying

Now that the cars all washed and rinsed off its time to get it dry, we would recommend using a large plush drying towel to achieve this or if you prefer you can have a couple of towels and use one for the top half and one for the bottom half.  work your way around the car from top to bottom again trying not the use circular motions and make sure that the entire car is dry.  open all of the doors and tailgates etc and give the insides of those areas a dry too.  Of course if you...


Safe Wash, The Why's Do's & Don'ts Part 4

Safe Wash, The Why's Do's & Don'ts Part 4

Step three - Contact wash

Now that all of the heavy deposits have been removed with your pre wash its time to carry out our contact wash, for this we are going to use two buckets with a grit guard fitted to each.  we are going to fill one bucket with just clean water and the other with clean water and the car shampoo of your choice.  If you want the soap to foam up nicely stick the lance of your pressure in the bucket once its filled and give it a squirt, this will foam it up real nice. ...


Safe Wash, The Why's Do's & Don'ts Part 3

Safe Wash, The Why's Do's & Don'ts Part 3

Step two - Pre-wash

This is a very important step.  The theory behind this is that we want to remove as much off the heavy dirt and grit from the paintwork as possible before we come to do our contact wash.  We can do this in a few ways however we would normally recommend using a PH Neutral snow foam coupled with a snow foam lance and pressure washer.  Of course if you do not have the equipment required to do this you can use things such as TFR (Traffic film remover) or maybe even some diluted snow foam in...


Safe Wash, The Why's Do's & Don'ts Part 2

Safe Wash, The Why's Do's & Don'ts Part 2

Step one - Wheels

We would always recommend that you start any wash procedure with the wheels.  Why?  The wheels can potentially be one of the dirtiest parts of your car often covered in iron fallout, brake dust, salt, mud and grit to list but a few.  The reason we recommend cleaning them first rather than last is because we don’t want to take all of this effort to safely wash our paintwork and then potentially risk spraying all of the above mentioned nasties all over it when we rinse the wheels off at the end.  This potentially becomes a...


Introducing the new Gloss Kings range

Introducing the new Gloss Kings range

After many months of research and development we are proud to introduce the all new Gloss Kings range. Our new collection allows you to give your pride and joy the full suite of treatments using nothing but the highest quality products.