All the Japanese cars I've had with leather seats held up well, but none of them had any leather aroma at all. Apparently, the Japanese don't like the smell of tanned leather, so whatever process they use doesn't have any odor. I really like the smell of leather - think old Jaguars - and finally found a good conditioner that smells great! And, actually, Zaino makes a great line of car care products. I've used many of them and have never been disappointed.
Hey all -
I love detailing my cars, but this is my first time cleaning and protecting a convertible top. I’m aware that there are a lot of options out there. Can you recommend your preferred method to clean and protect the top?
Thanks for any input and advice.
I was taught several years ago the proper steps for detailing a cars exterior.
1. Wash with Dawn dishwashing soap.
2. Clay bar painted surfaces, windows, mirrors, etc.
4. Sealant (you can buy polish that has a sealant in it)
I use PoorBoys products that can be found on...
I’ve just started detailing the car and have used my DA and got the car looking good but there are still swirl/small scratch marks from when I picked the car up. The question I have is what type of paint do Fiat use on the 124, mine is Red. I want to make sure I detail properly. I am using...
Hey everyone! So I'm basically an idiot and used wrongly a waterless wash product. I ran out of towels and thought "oh what's the worst that can happen if I just reuse this not very dirty one?". Of course, I scratched the car. The scratches are very light, but now that I noticed them, I keep...