Contemplating whether to have your car detailed or if you should do it yourself? If you plan to hire a detailer, make sure you ask tons of questions before you make your final decision. On the other hand, if you want to save some money, you can scout the internet for tips and tricks.
Many DIY car enthusiasts maximize the free flow of information they can get online. To help you with your dilemma, we’ve gathered some of the best DIY tricks to help you get professional results.
- Use a Microfiber cloth.
Professional detailers use microfiber cloths because it reduces the friction, prevents scratches, and provides better efficiency. Use our KevianClean Auto Detailing Towel for better results.
To maintain its effectivity, wash your microfiber cloth separately from other towels and don’t use any fabric softener. Otherwise, the loose fibers from other towels will impede the function of your microfiber cloth.
- Start with the trims first.
- Use a clay bar system.
- Check the paint surface using a plastic grocery bag.
- Use a buffer and a towel.
A buffer will remove the wax and polish from the painted surface and at the same time, it can leave a swirl mark on the paint. The best technique you can do is to use a buffer to apply the wax and a soft cloth to remove it.
This method will help prevent you from damaging the clear coat of the paint. Our KevianClean Quick Wax can help do the trick.