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Paint Correction Detailing at SweetCars

We pride ourselves in being able to provide the highest level of detailing to vehicles both locally and nationally. One of the most requested services is paint correction. Not your typical “buff and wax” job, true paint correction is done with a meticulous approach. We first use a polishing process to eliminate scratches and swirls... Read the full article »

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Stay Connected with SweetCars!

Get our free newsletter and stay connected with SweetCars! Go to¬† and subscribe to our monthly newsletter and once you submit the form, You’ll find great information about our latest inventory, upcoming SweetCars events, and much more. We also want you to know that we never sell your information and you can unsubscribe at any... Read the full article »

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SweetCars visits the Lingenfelter Collection

A Few months ago, Ken Lingenfelter paid a visit to SweetCars as a guest speaker for the the Fort Wayne SCCA awards ceremony. He invited us to visit his private collection at that time, and when the Northeast Indiana GTO Club extended an invitation to join them to see the collection on March 11th, we... Read the full article »

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Great Quote

Here is a quote that I’d like to share with everyone. I have this quote in my detailing storage cabinet and as a detailer its words to live by. ” Strive for perfection in everything. Take the best that exists and make it better. If it doesn’t exist, create it. Accept nothing nearly right or... Read the full article »

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The SweetCars Approach to Engine Detailing

The SweetCars approach to engine detailing is to make an engine look the way it did when it left the factory. That is to say that we don’t believe in “overly dressed” engine detailing. The type of detailing where every part you touch leaves a greasy feeling. The car was never intended to look that... Read the full article »

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How to Polish Exhaust Tips with Griot’s Heavy Duty Metal Polish

Here’s a great how-to on polishing exhaust tips on your car. I used Griot’s Heavy Duty Metal Polish, 0000 augt steel wool, detail swabs and a shop microfiber towel to buff. When I washed the vehicle, I used Griot’s Heavy Duty Wheel Cleaner to remove the grime and dirt from the exhaust tips prior to... Read the full article »