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Tuf Shine Product Review
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Tuf Shine Product Review

Tire dressings always compliment a great detail by giving tires a finished look. But depending on the tire dressing being used or if applied to heavily, it can often give undesired results. If applied too heavily, it can cause the dressing to sling across the sides of the vehicle. It can also make it messy... Read the full article »

Michael’s 1983 Porsche 911 Targa Detail
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Michael’s 1983 Porsche 911 Targa Detail

We had this 1983 Porsche 911 Targa in our shop to be detailed. The paint needed correction and the vehicle had been repainted at some point during its life. Enter Michael Barney, Detail Specialist here at SweetCars. An experienced detailer and certainly no stranger to paint correcting Porsches, Michael had his work cut out for... Read the full article »

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1986 Ferrari 328 GTS Detail Video

Back in November, a client brought his 1986 Ferrari 328 GTS for a detail. The customer’s goal was to get his 328 back to the shape it was back in the 80’s. I was honored to be allowed to help him get his car back to its original form. It took 3 days to get... Read the full article »

When polishing is just not enough…Mustang GT California Special detail
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When polishing is just not enough…Mustang GT California Special detail

When I first saw this car when it arrived for detailing, It looked be in great shape. The paint was glossy, it was clean and it sounded fantastic due to the Borla exhaust rumbling as I inspected the car. Once I was able to see it under a swirl finder light, I found the paint... Read the full article »

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Join us for a SweetCars brunch this Saturday, February 11th!

Join us this Saturday at 9:00 a.m. at SweetCars for a brunch. If you love cars, our brunch is a gathering of car enthusiasts and its a great way to experience our cars and network with other car enthusiasts. We look forward to seeing you! 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 »