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With Winter over, have you given your car a deep Spring detail yet? The Winter months' can be extremely harsh on our cars. So come Spring time, it's great to give our pride and joy the detail it deserves. Winter brings grime to the roads, as well as salt and many other contaminants, that aren't going to do your paintwork any good. A thorough deep clean of all the Winter grime is exactly what's needed come Spring. Find out below how we gave this gorgeous black BMW M2 a deep clean and got it back to looking its best. The great thing is, you don't...

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Staying on top of regular cleaning can help extend your car’s longevity and resale value. Whether you want to fall in love with your car again, or to sell it, we've got some handy tips for you to get your car back to looking its best.  Splash Detailing spoke to Moneyshake, who surveyed 1,000 UK motorists to see if drivers are giving their car the TLC it needs to go that extra mile and found many Brits are neglecting their cars.  According to ‘Buy My Car’, a well-cleaned and maintained car can add up to 10% to a vehicle’s value. To...

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Since we launched Ceramicoat to our range, it instantly became a hit with you all. With good reason too. It's a revolutionary hybrid SiO2 spray coating that'll change the way you detail your car. Ceramic coatings gathered a lot of enthusiasm over the past 18 months, but the negative here is they're very time consuming, difficult to use and can be disastrous in the wrong hands. Ceramicoat is an easy, spray on, wash off product that'll make your life easier and your car protected for longer. Step 1 - Wash up thoroughly This stage is really important. We need to wash...

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With it being International Women's Day earlier this week, we wanted to bring you the story of our Sales & Marketing Manager, Sofia. Sofia has been instrumental in shaping the Splash Detailing brand from its conception. We handed over the Splash Instagram account to Sofia and let you lovely lot ask her anything... well, anything within reason :-)

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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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