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In this section, you will discover our how-to guides to using some of our products. In our guides we don't only offer you instructions, but we also share our honest knowledge to help you understand various aspects of car care and detailing.

There's something about the look your new car that makes it look like a million bucks. So now that you've finally made it yours, what can you do to keep it looking as if it just rolled out of the dealership... Read More here...

If one is to consider oneself a car or automobile detailer, the first question that he or she must be able to answer is the difference between waxing and polishing a car. It's surprising how many are confused, even more surprising that articles are being written by confused people... Read More here...

We all know that tire wax or tire dressings help keep your ride's tires looking dark and new, but how many times have you skipped this step after washing your car? Was it because your oil based tire wax was just too messy, greasy and difficult to deal with? Have you tried a water based tire wax, one that performs just as well as oil based dressings? Read More here...

Water stains are a common problem especially for white and light colored cars and can caused by various kinds of water. Hard tap water is an obvious one, where hard mineral deposits or scale will form on your car if you allow tap water to evaporate off the vehicle. Read More here...

So you want to keep your ride clean, but have you been doing it right? Have you ever wondered why it you can't get that first day shine anymore and it progressively gets harder and harder to keep your car clean? Well then, let's see if you've been doing it all wrong! Read More here...

Welcome to our second guide on procarcoatings.com. This time we will look at easy paintwork protection that you can easily and regularly do for your vehicle. Previously, I would have called this waxing - now we introduce you to an improved alternative to waxing, with a revolutionary coating called Sensha Fine Crystal. If you actually took the trouble to read your car's manual, you'll probably know that your vehicle's paintwork is made to last...Read More here...

Welcome to our very first honest-to-goodness guide on ​water repellent coatings for automotive windscreens and windows. In this guide we will share what it is about, why you need it and how to get a professional coating on your windscreen, even at the comfort of your home. We will be using Sensha Window Crystal, a professional product that will go beyond regular consumer level products and exceed your expectations. Read More here...

We're currently adding more guides, so stay tuned for more guides from ProCarCoatings.com