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25% Off Online Orders Over $75

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Save 25% off orders over $75
Use promotional code TAKE25OFF at checkout to receive discount. Not valid on tires, special order, wheels, outside purchase or sale products, gift cards, installed merchandise, commercial, or fleet. Excludes the following brands: Traxxas, Superchips, Hypertech, Edge, Bully Dog, Diablo, Edelbrock, Holley, Autometer, Accel, K&N, MSD and BBK Performance. Not valid in combination with any other discounts or promotions. Valid online until 2:59 am EST on 2/01/15. Online orders scheduled for in-store pick up must be completed in store by closing on 1/31/15 for discount to apply.

Cleaning Tips

Check out the list below for a quick list of helpful cleaning tips!

  • Inside window surfaces should be cleaned to reduce surface smog formation and to see the defogging process.
  • Check your wiper blades and replace them as necessary.
  • If you get a break in the weather, look at your exterior finish. Sand, ice and salt wreck havoc on your car's finish, and a quick wax job can be an effective preventive measure.
  • Spring is here! It's time to wash and wax your car. Put a protectant on the rubber door, trunk and hook seals, exterior vinyl and plastic trim. Clean the wheels and dress the tires.
  • Use a bug and tar cleaner on the lower body sides, the front grille and headlights to remove insect, road tar and other debris.
  • Choose a quality concentrated car wash and follow the manufacturer's directions. Use a mitt or sponge to wash as opposed to rags which tend to leave tiny scratches.
  • Dry your car with a damp chamois or soft terry cloth towel. Start on the roof and work down to the lower panels.
  • Vacuum and shampoo the cloth or vinyl seats, and carpet. Dust and dress the dashboard, console and interior door panels. Use a cleaner and preservative on all leather.
  • It's time to get your car's exterior protected and ready for the winter that is just ahead. Proper exterior washing and waxing bring professional results for the do-it yourselfer.
  • Never wax a car in direct sunlight or while it is still hot from running. The wax will be hard to remove and will leave an inconsistent, streaky finish.
  • Wax only one small section of your car at a time. Working in one direction, wipe off the wax. Then, using a polishing cloth, buff in the opposite direction for a high shine.