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Car Buying Tips: Help You Decide on a New or Used Car

24th October 2012
Last week I worked with a client who was trying to decide between a new or used Nissan Altima. He had done quite a bit of research before he called me, and it appeared that he could a brand new one with leather, Bose and more for over $5500 off the sticke... Read >
Author: Weenie Rifareal

A Word in Cleaning Roller Shutters in Perth

10th June 2011
Roller shutters and security shutters are common sights in many Perth residences as these serve as sturdy and reliable garage doors. If you're a Perth resident, you're probably among the many that have either neglected or have totally forgotten that their... Read >
Author: Price

The Facts About PTFE Car Polish

01st March 2011
PTFE car polish is revolutionary in the automative industry today. It has properties like no other car polish out there. As once quoted by the BBC, this is "the most slippery substance in the world" and for this reason, it is great at protecting paintwork... Read >
Author: Insight Direct UK

DIY Painting and Decorating tips: How to Chose the Right Paint Brush

20th August 2010
As a professional decorator in London we need to ensure our painting and decorating is of the highest possible standard, the first step towards achieving this is to pick the right tools for the job. In this article we will be outlining the different choic... Read >
Author: TomSutton

Maintaining garage roller shutter doors

09th August 2010
Maintaining garage roller shutter doors1.Preliminary examinationBefore doing any maintenance work on garage roller shutter doors, it's essential to first examine all of the different aspects of the door. This includes parts such as springs, cables and rol... Read >
Author: Royce Kane

How to Remove Scratches From Plastic

03rd June 2010
Scratches can easily be inflicted onto plastic surfaces in your car as they are fairly soft in comparison to paintwork and other materials. These scratches can look very unsightly especially in direct light and if it is a clear plastic affected they can e... Read >
Author: CarCleaningGuru

How to Safely Remove Industrial Fallout From a Vehicle

03rd June 2010
Industrial fallout occurs when small airborne metal particles settle on the surface of your car and bond to it. They then begin to oxidize, looking very unsightly and if left untreated can damage the paintwork underneath. Industrial fallout commonly co... Read >
Author: CarCleaningGuru

uPVC Fascia and Soffit Boards

19th April 2010
At least once a year take the time to have a good look around the exterior of your property for any necessary maintenance as the heavy rains and wild winds of UK winters can create havoc on guttering, cladding and drainage systems. If you leave any repair... Read >
Author: Kathryn Dawson

Car Wax and Car Paint Sealant. When to use them.

01st February 2010
After having spent a few hours on a Sunday Afternoon washing and waxing his car, a car care enthusiast is likely to take a step back to appreciate the long lasting deep shine he has created. If you are interested in maintaining that showroom look you n... Read >
Author: Wayne Armstrong

HowTto Revive Your Outboard Engine

02nd July 2009
Having recently had a close look at my brand new Tohatsu outboard (well, it's eighteen months old!) I have been rather alarmed to find that this once pristine and beautiful beast has in fact at this tender age begun already to suffer the ravages of living... Read >
Author: Terry

Stainless Steel Braided Brake Lines - Are They Worth It?

19th March 2009
Stainless Steel Braided Brake Lines have become one of the best affordable stand-alone brake upgrades. First of all, why would you want to replace your old rubber brake lines with stainless steel braided brake lines? Well, you get up to 66% less ex... Read >
Author: Brake Lines

Fitting Your Thule Roof Bars

06th September 2008
Congratulations! You've just bought yourself a pair of Thule roof bars for your car. Now you're looking at all the bits in the box and scratching your head, wondering how it all goes together and fits on to the car! Don't worry, the instructions are a lot... Read >
Author: lexisclick
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