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How to Safely Wash Your Car in the Winter
Detailing Tips and Tricks, General, Shift Newsletter Articles

How to Safely Wash Your Car in the Winter

Greetings fellow detailing enthusiasts! It’s that time of the year again, and so far we’ve been pretty fortunate to keep old man winter away this season. But inevitably, the snow will soon pay us a visit along with some pretty cold temperatures. Pretty soon, vehicles begin to look like powdered donuts with so much salt... Read the full article »

SweetCars Shift Article “Detailing: Some Assembly Required”
General, Shift Newsletter Articles

SweetCars Shift Article “Detailing: Some Assembly Required”

Detailing: Some Assembly Required   Greetings everyone! It’s been a great summer for the detailing team here at SweetCars, and I’m really excited about the new SweetCars Minute on our YouTube channel. Each week, I offer a new detailing tip or technique to help the detail enthusiast. In addition, our blog is constantly growing and... Read the full article »

Tips to help you get Best in Show
General, Shift Newsletter Articles

Tips to help you get Best in Show

Detailing Tips to Help Get Best in Show The shop has been very busy, and through our blog and Facebook, we’ve been getting lots of attention from across the country about what’s happening at the detail studio. We’ve been filling the schedule with great vehicles to detail, and we’ll be showcasing them in the months... Read the full article »

All-In-One Products (AIO) Explained
General, Shift Newsletter Articles

All-In-One Products (AIO) Explained

It’s been a busy winter here at the SweetCars shop, and I’m especially excited about our new SweetCars Blog. I’ve created this blog to help answer detailing questions, post helpful tips and tricks, offer product reviews, and showcase some of the vehicles that we’re currently working on — along with other SweetCars happenings. The blog... Read the full article »

General, Shift Newsletter Articles

February 2012 Shift Newsletter Article (Part 2)

(Continued) Now that the engine is dry and clean, it’s time to dress the engine bay. Use a dressing that will not leave a greasy look and feel. Most vinyl and rubber dressings, such as Armor All, will leave a residue that can attract dust and dirt, and it gives the engine a greasy look... Read the full article »

February 2012 Shift Newsletter Detailing Article
General, Shift Newsletter Articles

February 2012 Shift Newsletter Detailing Article

Engine Detailing As Car enthusiasts, we’ve all seen this scenario played out time and time again: Everyone is gathered around, admiring a car. Model-year guessing commences, and some folks call out specs such as horsepower and paint codes. At some point someone says, “Pop the hood”. But underneath the hood lies an engine that is... Read the full article »