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Detailing Supplies Plus is working hard to be the number one car care source for detailing supplies. We feature the best car wax, car care products, car polishes, auto accessories, polishers and car detailing tools. We are a true detailing supplies resource for people who love their cars. We stock the finest waxes on the planet with plenty of extras for full-on car care.

We sell our quality products to folks in most areas. No matter where you live, we want to be your detailing supplies and car care products dealer.

Detailing Supplies the Steps the Pro's Take

If you've every shopped for auto detail supplies, you know it can be a challenge because of the wide range of products available to do the job. You see name-brand, off-brand and prices all over the board. What is a car buff to do? Lets walk through the process.

Step #1 - The Wash Job

The first step in detailing any vehicle is to give it a good thorough wash job. All of the surface grime, oil and dirt have to be removed in order to achieve the best results. If the surface isn't clean, the detailing chemicals you will be using won't produce professional results.

A high-pressure washing with de-ionized water will remove all of the above contaminates as well as hard water spots. De-ionizing also removes minerals from even the hardest water and replaces it with pure water.

Step #2 - The Clay Bar Treatment

After washing, you will be using a clay bar to remove any embedded surface contamination that remains. A clay bar will leave you with a smooth as glass, workable surface. These Clay bars are not designed to remove scratches or swirls in the paint. If used too aggressively, they can actually add minor scratches.

Step #3 - It's Time to Buff

After the clay bar treatment, you will need a good surface buffer. The rotating buffer yields the most dramatic affects on your paint. The goal in buffing is to remove imperfections in the paint, such as swirls, spots, scratches, water spots, etching, and oxidation. Always use an orbital buffer for this job. The Porter Cable 7424XP Random Orbital Buffer or it's equivalent is a good choice for the doing this job.

Step #4 - Optional - Apply Glaze for Super Shine

One optional step after polishing is to use a good glaze. Glazes are basically polishes that leave behind oils, kaolin clay or some other substance that bring out the shine while covering up some minor imperfections in the paint. When applied correctly it will add extra layers of gloss and depth to your paints finish. As a side note, if the paint is badly scratched you're better off using a polish instead of a glaze. Several good glazes on the market are Chemical Guys EZ Crème Glaze, which is acrylic based. Top glazes to use under the polish are Clear Kote, Red Moose Glaze, or Dodo Juice Lime Prime Lite.

Step #5 - Apply the Sealant

The last step is sealing up your work. Sealants are used to protect your vehicles painted surfaces from the elements and provide about 3 to 6 months of extended protection. These sealant products are designed to last a lot longer than Carnuba and other waxes.

Summary and Conclusion

There's a wide array of auto detailing supplies and equipment available on the market. It all depends on how much you want to spend. Take your time and shop around. At Detailing Supplies Plus, we can make suggestions for both how to do the best job and top products available to do the job.

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