Car battery corrosion may seem like a minor issue, but it can have a significant impact on your vehicle’s performance and safety. In this guide, we’ll delve into what car battery corrosion is, what causes it, and most importantly, how to clean it. We’ll also explore preventive measures to help you keep your battery posts and terminals corrosion-free.
Remember the days when you lovingly scrubbed your daily driver with a “soft” sponge? Despite all your well-meant efforts, scratches and marring (very light scratches) were an inevitable byproduct. Turns out those “soft” sponges weren’t so soft after all. Typical car wash sponges are made of…
It’s great to own a convertible car and cruise along the coastline or countryside with the top down and the wind in your hair. However, a soft top needs proper care at least twice a year if you don’t want it to deteriorate and fade. Although it’s tempting to quickly drive your convertible through a car wash or blast your soft top with a pressure washer when it’s dirty, that’s not the way to go if…
There’s one thing that really “sticks out” when you see a valued classic parked next to any modern car: chrome trim. It’s everywhere: bumpers, grille, emblems, striping, wings, interior accents, you name it… It’s that “bling” that makes or breaks a classic car. That’s why you want to polish that chrome once in a while to make your beautiful ride look its best. With the right products and some elbow grease it’s a cost-effective and very rewarding job! We’ll show you 2 easy methods to make your chrome car parts look like a million bucks: by hand or with a polisher.
I think we’ve all been there: After you’ve cleaned your car in the morning, you hit the road when in full sunlight you notice that there are still greasy streaks on the inside of your car’s windshield. No matter what you do, you always seem to make new streaks when you try to remove the old ones. One step forward, two steps back… Trying to solve that issue once and for all, we set out on a quest to find the simplest, most efficient way to get a pristine windshield. Just follow this simple step-by-step guide and this common problem will be a thing of the past.
In order to keep your car in optimal condition, make it last longer and keep you and your passengers safe, it is important to routinely do essential car maintenance. It’ll minimize car breakdowns, keep down maintenance costs and maximize your car’s resale value. We’ve listed all the things you don’t want to overlook and the things you want to check in order to enhance your overall driving experience and boost your confidence. We’ve also included short and easy how-to’s to guide you in that process.
It’s a common problem: You’ve put a lot of effort in cleaning your car in the morning but when you hit the road in full sunlight, you notice that there are still streaks on your car windows. Sounds familiar? If you follow this guide, such problems will be a thing of the past.
Most people are out of their depth when it comes to using an air compressor and air tools. They think it’s complicated and only for professional use, when it’s really not. In this step-by-step guide we’ll show you how to set up, use and shut down an air compressor.
After a few years, a car AC can start to smell musty if it hasn’t been disinfected regularly. That smell is not only unpleasant, it’s harmful too because it comes from mold and bacteria that grow in the moist AC system. These mold spores and bacteria can cause all kinds of nasty lung and allergy problems. In this post we’ll show you how to get rid of that awful smell in just a few minutes on a shoestring budget, no special skills or tools required. Anyone can do it!
An air compressor is one of the most versatile tools for DIYers as well as professionals. They can power an array of air tools from staplers to large capacity paint guns. They come in handy too when you want to inflate pool stuff, a soccer ball or your vehicle’s tires. However, you want to get the right air compressor that is able to run all the air tools you’re going to use it for, and then some. If you buy an underpowered one, then you won’t be able to run all your tools, or not continuously. On the other hand, if you choose a huge beast that can run all your tools simultaneously all day long without breaking a sweat, it might take up too much space, be impossible to move around and you’ll end up spending way more than you need to. You’ll also want to…