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Cleaning Car Upholstery

These days people use their cars as floating living rooms and dining rooms as they drive around. This means that all kinds of things can get spilled on a car's upholstery. When this happens, you've probably wondered how to clean car upholstery. Once you know how to clean car upholstery, you'll enjoy your travels more. Here are ideas on dealing with some of the most common problems. Using these simple… more

Cleaning Car Upholstery  Cleaning Car Upholstery

You Can Change Your Car’s Timing Belt

So, how is your car's timing belt doing? Have you changed it lately? If, ever? If not, you must make certain that the timing belt hasn't been driven too many miles or you could be driving on borrowed time. Typically, a timing belt will last anywhere from about 60,000 miles to just over 100,000 miles; your owner's manual will spell that information out for you. A failed timing belt can occur at any… more

You Can Change Your Car’s Timing Belt  You Can Change Your Car's Timing Belt

Floor Mats and Liners for Your Vehicle

Your Ford F Series, Toyota Tundra, Dodge Ram, or GMC 1500 pick up truck gets the job done when it comes to moving people and your stuff. Likely, your truck's cargo bed is utilized frequently as you use it to transport wood, gravel, household items, or even food items. To protect your cargo bed and the truck's interior from mistreatment, custom made liners and floor mats offer extraordinary protection… more

Floor Mats and Liners for Your Vehicle  Floor Mats and Liners for Your Vehicle

Tips For Restoring That ‘New Car’ Ride

Imagine falling in love with your vehicle all over again. You know, having the same sense of pride you felt when you first drove off the dealer's lot. Possible? With a little elbow grease applied to the exterior and interior, plus a mechanical inspection by a trusted automotive technician, almost anything is possible.Take that "new car" ride, for example. It may have been thousands of miles since your… more

Tips For Restoring That ‘New Car’ Ride  Tips For Restoring That 'New Car' Ride

Performance Chips feed your vehicle a heavy dose of power

Whether you want a performance chip that you can just plug in and forget about, or one that you can constantly tinker with to find your perfect settings, AutoAnything has the right electrical gear for you. We have three different styles of performance chips to choose from, each with their own unique characteristics and capabilities. However, for all their differences, the one thing they have in common… more

Performance Chips feed your vehicle a heavy dose of power  Performance Chips feed your vehicle a heavy dose of power

Premium Exhaust Systems Rock

Stock exhaust systems are designed to adequately convert unsafe emissions into minimally harmful exhaust. Unfortunately, these particular types of systems are prone to corrosion. It is not unusual for owners to have to replace their muffler, a tail pipe, or even a catalytic converter at some point during the time that they own their vehicle. If automobile manufacturers would only fit their vehicles with premium exhaust systems this problem would cease to exist. Unfortunately, it is the “bottom line” that determines that decision. Let’s take a look at premium exhaust systems as they are definitely something you many want to consider the next time your exhaust system has to be replaced.

When it comes to premium exhausts systems, a Borla exhaust system is the benchmark by which all others are designed. The reason? Aircraft quality material, specifically T-304 stainless steel the same steel that goes into building all those lovely Boeing aircraft you see in our skies, is what a Borla exhaust is made of.

There are a number of reasons why a premium [also known as performance] exhaust system makes sense: Read the rest of this entry »

Body Kits To Customize Your Car

For some people, customizing their cars is one of the best ways to make their vehicle look and stand out from the rest of the machines out in the highway as well as in the parking lot. After all, in this world where everything seems to be mass produced, it would be best to make the difference yourself.

Body kits are considered as one of the ways of making your vehicle to look different and unique as well. With body kits, you can choose what to do with your vehicle’s design, as well as do the creating yourself. In essence, a body kit is actually a collection of exterior modifications for a car. The common parts that make up these kits include front bumpers, rear bumpers, side skirts, and spoilers although there are other body kits that add other parts as well. Aside from giving your vehicle a complete and new look, body kits also give your car better aerodynamics.

There are some body kits that are made up of fiberglass. Although some body kits are made from polyurethane. For most car owners, polyurethane is their top choice for it is resistant to damage and come the cold months, this type of material does not crack, however, once it is damaged, it cannot be repaired. On the other hand, fiberglass body kits actually fit cars better and can be repaired if it is damaged. Read the rest of this entry »

Cleaning Car Upholstery

These days people use their cars as floating living rooms and dining rooms as they drive around. This means that all kinds of things can get spilled on a car’s upholstery. When this happens, you’ve probably wondered how to clean car upholstery. Once you know how to clean car upholstery, you’ll enjoy your travels more.

Here are ideas on dealing with some of the most common problems. Using these simple tips will show you how to clean car upholstery to your satisfaction. Note that these techniques are for use on cloth upholstery. Other methods are needed for leather.

Removing common stains

All that eating and drinking in the car can result in stains from liquids. The first step is to blot the spill and absorb all excess liquid. Then apply an upholstery cleaner available from your local auto parts store. Spray a small amount of cleaner on your car upholstery and wait a few minutes. Scrub the stain a little with an old tooth brush. Then dry the soiled area with a clean cloth. Repeat until you no longer see the stain and the cloth you are using to dry the area shows no discoloration. If the stain is small, shaving cream may do the trick instead of commercial cleaner. Read the rest of this entry »