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Chances are your car is a major investment that's essential to your daily routine.

Here's how to apply tire dressing for a high-shine finish in a way that will help you avoid dreaded tire sling.

We love dogs, but removing their hair from our cars can be a bit of pain. Here are a few quick tricks to make pet hair removal much easier.

As cars become bigger and more expensive, so too have our wheels. Keeping them clean and protected takes a few extra steps, but is well worth the effort. Find out how its done on Autoblog Details.

The clay bar is a fantastic tool for removing embedded contaminants in your paint. How often should you clay your paint and what are the best steps to do it properly? Find out today on this episode of Autoblog Details.

Dirty and faded trim is not only an eye sore, but can be a challenge to keep clean and a nightmare to restore once stained. Today we are going walk you the steps of how to maintain black exterior plastic on this episode of Autoblog Details.

When the time comes to get rid of your car, there are no shortage of options available to you.

Electrical components in your vehicle are extra sensitive to aggressive cleaning products and excessive liquid being used, especially on touchscreen displays found on many of today's vehicles. Find out how to clean and maintain those sensitive components on this episode of Autoblog Details.

If you have cloth seats, they're going to get dirty. Here's how to remove stains and grime from your fabric seats.

Convertibles look great on the road, but how to clean the sensitive fabric of the convertible top when it becomes soiled over time? Find out on this episode of Autoblog Details.

Find out how to clean, polish, and protect your car's exhaust tips on this episode of Autoblog Details.

Having a clean windshield is essential for driver visibility. Here's how to remove road contaminants on your windshield using simple tools, including a razor blade.

Anyone with an interest in automobiles appreciates the sleek designs and distinctive features of classic cars.

Find out how to clean sensitive vehicle headliners on this episode of Autoblog Details.

Hazy or waxy film on the interior of your windshield can distort visibility, especially at night. Here'™s how to clean interior glass right.

Keep your dashboard and other plastic surfaces from getting damaged over time.

Much of your car's interior is comprised of plastic trim that can become dirty and brittle. Here's how to properly clean it.

Leather seats are a sign of luxury and are typically more resistant to stains and allergens than cloth seats. But how do you maintain them properly? Find out on this episode of Autoblog Details.

Seat belts are essential to car safety, but if used properly they're subjected to daily wear. Find out how to clean them on this episode of Autoblog Details.

Suede, and its more durable synthetic cousin Alcantara, are two smooth, sporty types of interior fabric, but they get dirty much easier than traditional leather. Here's how to safely clean your car's suede or Alcantara.

Regardless of how you use your vehicle, the interior can get dirty and soiled over time.

Engines are full of grease, grime, and dirt, but they're extremely sensitive at the same time, so how do we clean them safely? Find out how to get your engine car show ready on this episode of Autoblog Details.

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