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Driving New Cars For Free: Is There A Catch?

February 18, 2011 | Author: | Posted in Vehicles

Advertisers have seized upon a new way to get the word out about their products: slap their ads on your vehicle. Actually, this isn’t an entirely new way to promote products as it has been in the experimental stages for years in limited markets. Now, however, the practice has become so widespread that companies around read the article »

Cleaning Auto Glass

February 18, 2011 | Author: | Posted in Vehicles

Here’s how it works: * Step 1. First, you need to remove or clean what is on the surface of the glass. Pre-spray your towel and also spray the area being cleaned. Allow to dwell for a few seconds * Step 2. Using one dedicated cleaning towel, fold it into fourths as you are going read the article »

Microfiber Towel Study

February 18, 2011 | Author: | Posted in Vehicles

Microfiber or microfibre refers to synthetic fibers (fiber) that measure less than one denier. The most common types of microfibers are made from polyesters, polyamides (e.g., nylon, kevlar, nomex, trogamide), and or a conjugation of polyester and polyamide. Microfiber is used to make non-woven, woven and knitted textiles. The shape, size and combinations of synthetic read the article »

Properties of Microfiber Towels

February 18, 2011 | Author: | Posted in Vehicles

Once split, the cross section of regular cleaning microfibers will take different forms according to their composition. Polyester fibers will take the shape of wedges whereas nylon fibers will take the shape of stars with very thin branches (less than 1 micron in thickness). These angular forms have a much more efficient impact when cleaning read the article »

Headlight Restoration

February 18, 2011 | Author: | Posted in Vehicles

Headlights were once made of glass; however, using glass limited car manufactures to certain sizes and shapes. As technology advanced, automakers began using polycarbonate headlight lenses. While there are many advantages to using polycarbonate, one major drawback is that over time oxidation can change the physical properties of the headlight lens surface. New headlights have read the article »

Spokane Headlight Restoration and Headlight Polishing

February 18, 2011 | Author: | Posted in Vehicles

Plastic headlights are manufactured with polycarbonate plastic for its tensile strength but it is a very porous plastic, so the manufacturers apply a protective film to the headlight lens. Intense sunlight, heat and humidity combined with the heat of the halogen bulb delaminates the protective film leaving the lens exposed to the elements and badly read the article »