Automotive

The Difference Between Detailing And Cleaning

by Christopher on

If you haven’t ever got your car detailed, you’d think that it’s just a very thorough way of cleaning it. Well, you won’t be entirely wrong for having thought so but once you see the results for yourself you’ll realise that detailing is less to do with just removing dirt, it’s all about attention to detail – hence what it’s called.

You’re cleaning your car every time you take it to the wash and if you’re feeling a little extra love for your vehicle, you might get your car waxed as well. Some of us love spending hours cleaning our cars at home as well and even though we try to be as thorough as we can, we can never achieve the same results you see after a mobile car detailing team has detailed your car at your doorstep.

Car detailers are car cleaning experts who not only just remove dirt from your vehicle, they turn back the hands of time till your car is all good as new. Sure, they might not be able to reverse the millage on your engine but they can most certainly make all those swirls and discolorations on your car’s paint go away. As a result, your car’s entire exterior looks like you just drove it out of the showroom for the first time, despite however old your car might be.

Headlights can be restored by buffing and cleaning till they sparkle again and all the grease and dirt embedded in the engine bay gets washed all clean off. After a mobile car detailing team has done what they do best to your car, it will feel and look fresh and new again. If you detail your car once every two years or so, your car will never look like a used vehicle and will have great resale price.

Scrapping Your Car: Your Last Resort

by Christopher on

Driving can be a sort of relaxing activity for a lot of people. Some people are devoted enough to go for late night drives simply to clear their head and distract themselves. However, regardless of whatever your reason behind driving may be, your car will age just the same. As the years go by and your car racks up its mileage, it is only coming closer to its end. If your car has hit the 150,000 mile mark, your car is tethering along the dangerous end because most cars end up having major problems in their engines and transmissions around this point, and an issue with either of these will just end up costing you more than its worth.

If you have tried selling your car only for it to be rejected by every seller, it is probably just standing in your garage now. What you don’t realize is that you have another option here, and that is to scrap your car. I believe that the decision to sell my car for scrap was one of the best I could do at the time with what my car had to offer, and you should consider it too.

You don’t have to go to junkyard and scrap places with your car now to get it scrapped, thanks to the internet, you can just open any reliable scrap yard’s website, enter in your car’s details and automatically have their calculated price quote for your car. If you are satisfied with it, you can accept their offer and they will reach back to you the next day and then tell you when they will pick up your car. After picking up your car themselves, they will then pay you for it there and then, making a smooth dealing.