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Often overlooked, but an engine bay detail can be one of the most satisfying and easiest jobs to do. First things first. Let’s take a look at what’s under the bonnet of this little Tigra. Being a 2004 car, an engine still looks like an engine, with very few plastic covers found. The Z14XEP found in our Tigra has 90bhp from the factory. Here we'll be  taking you through the process of safely detailing your engine bay.  Step 1 - Cover up Giving your engine bay a detail isn’t as scary as it sounds. For some, adding any water in this...

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A new year comes with new goals. This year, we're going to make it easy for you to set yourself some detailing New Year's Resolutions you can keep.    Resolution 1 - Introduce pre-cleaning Not everyone owns a pressure washer to use a snow foam. Our Zest Citrus Degreaser can help with that, by cleaning and degreasing in one application, making your wash stage easier and safer. It quickly removes flies, traffic film and dirt. Use it on the lower parts of your car, around badges, door shuts etc.   Resolution 2 - Ditch the sponge and use a Noodle Wash Mitt Sponges have been...

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Bubble, bubble, toil and trouble. Here are the steps our Splash witches went through to bring you our Halloween limited edition tooty fruity carnauba wax :-) STEP 1: Sourcing the finest ingredients Our witches got on their broomsticks and went all the way to the Brazilian rainforests to pick the finest grade T1 carnauba to add to this special brew. This, along with fine white beeswax and some top secret carrier oils make up the key elements of the wax. All ingredients are weighed out to precision (this is absolute key to the success of the wax). STEP 2: Melting...

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So, who loves just getting in their car and driving nowhere!? If this is you, then you're going g to want to make your interior as pleasant a place to sit. After all, we probably sit in our cars more than we stand staring at them. So check out this guide to get a few tips on how to perform the ultimate interior detail. Step 1 - Make a plan Take a look around and remove any rubbish that's been shoved down the side of your seats and in your door pocket. Remove your carpets as this will give better...

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Below we'll be looking to explain the importance of snow foaming your car. We all strive for the best finish when we detail our cars. Snow foaming your car not only looks cool but also is probably one of the most important stages of detailing that is often overlooked. If you're yet to polish your car to bring it back to its former glory, you've probably noticed a lot of swirl marks (very fine circular scratches) in your paintwork. Once you've spend hours and hours polishing your car, you really want to minimise them coming back when you next wash...

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