Step 1 : Wash and DryWashing your car the right way is easy to do, especially with these products and a little know-how.
Wash and Wax
Medium level of cleaning suds with excellent lubricity and wax properties for UV protection and gloss shine. Will not strip wax.
High amount of cleaning suds and good lubricity to clean off surface contaminants. Will not strip wax.
How to Wash Your Car
Use two buckets, rinsing with one and keeping clean suds in the other, plus use a premium wash mitt, washing tool, and drying towel for best best results. Do not use dish soap, as it will strip wax.
Step 2: Surface PrepBefore waxing your car, use a clay bar or rubbing compound to remove stubborn dirt, contaminants or swirls. This will make the surface smoother, allowing for optimized car waxing.
Traditional clay bars must be replaced if dropped and have a limited life span. Synthetic clay bars can be reused if dropped and have 4X longer lifespan.
Use a rubbing compound and/or paint cleaner to remove clear-coat swirls, stains, oxidation and scratches.
Use a spray detailer when cleaning with a clay bar to protect your vehicle's paint finish.
How to Use a Clay Bar
How to Remove Swirls
Step 3: Wax and ShineWaxing your vehicle regularly is key to maintaining its finish and luster for years to come.
Synthetic and Carnauba Wax
Synthetic wax provides the same shine and protection of a conventional carnauba wax, plus UV protection and longer lasting results.
Carnauba wax is naturally organic and blended with other elements for better application and surface enhancement.
Spray Wax and Detailers
Spray wax enhances base wax shine and protection. Spray detailers are great for regular maintenance between base waxes.
Best results can be acheived when working in the shade and on a cool surface.
How to Wax Your Car
Easiest Way to Wax Your Car
Step 4: Wheel and Tire CleanerKeeping your wheels and tires looking slick can radically alter your vehicle's overall appearance.
Clean up brake dust and get your wheels shining. Pick the right cleaner type for your wheels: chrome, aluminum, or use an all-wheel cleaner if unsure.
Whether you want high tire shine or long-lasting tire conditioning, we've got you covered.
Using the Right Wheel Cleaner
Use a brush to clean between wheel spokes and loosen brake dust.
The Right Wheel cleaner for the job
All Wheel Cleaner
All Wheel Cleaners have excellent cleaning capabilities without the aggressive acidity levels of chrome cleaners.
Chrome Wheel Cleaner
Chrome wheel cleaners are the most acidic and penetrate dirt/grime at the deepest level. Will damage or cause corrosion to non-chrome wheels.
Aluminum Wheel Cleaner
Aluminum wheel cleaners have the least acidic and corrosive formulations. Safest to use if the wheel composition is not known.
Step 5: Interior CareNow that your vehicle's exterior looks new and shiny, it's time to take a look at what's happening inside.
Pick high shine, medium shine, or natural shine protectants to shield your dashboard and interior panels from harmful UV rays.
Use a cleaner/conditioner for a one-step leather treatment. Leather cleaners give a deeper clean and nutrient replenishment, while leather conditioners provide lubrication to prevent cracking.
Carpet and Upholstery
Remove stains and odors from floor carpets and carpet upholstery surfaces with these cleaners.
Clean & Protect Interior Vinyl, Rubber, and Plastic
When using a new product, test in an out-of-sight area before applying to your full interior.
How to Restore Your Headlights by Chris Fix
Headlight Restoration Kits
Over time, the plastic lens casing around your headlight can get cloudy and diminish your visibility.
These kits have everything you need to restore your headlights quick and easy.