Unclog The Vents And Covers That Are Part Of Your Vehicle's Air Conditioning Unit

Posted on: 22 November 2016

If you would like to sell your car and have noticed that the air conditioner's vents are clogged with debris, complete the following steps. Once you have cleaned the dislodged dirt and cleaned each vent cover, air will be emitted through the vents in an even manner and you may be more likely to locate a buyer for your vehicle.  Supplies drop cloth tube brush soapy water spray bottle awl metal file shop vacuum cleaner rust dissolving agent foam cleaning pad sandpaper hand sander sponge with abrasive surface lint-free cloths ​Dislodge Dirt And Suck Up Loose Debris [Read More]

Keeping Your Truck's Exhaust Tips Clean

Posted on: 22 November 2016

Access to a heavy-duty truck gives you the ability to move large loads in a single trip. While heavy-duty trucks are certainly functional, they can also be stylish when you make the choice to add exhaust tips to your truck's emissions system. Keeping your exhaust tips clean should be a priority when it comes to ensuring the beauty and function of these aftermarket parts. Here are three tips you can use to ensure you are cleaning your truck's exhaust tips properly in the future. [Read More]

Car Wise: 2 Simple Emergency Fixes When Your Car Is Having Problems

Posted on: 26 August 2015

Car issues can happen anytime, and it may happen when you are no where near your mechanic. The first thing you should have is the number to your towing specialist, just in case the following 2 emergency fixes do not work for you. 1. The Air Filter Emergency Fix The air filter allows air to enter the engine (debris-free) so that foreign debris won't harm your engine. Air is important for the overall performance of your vehicle because it provides the vital air-to-fuel combination that generates horsepower. [Read More]

How To Fix Up Your RV For Sale After You Haven't Used It For A While

Posted on: 13 July 2015

So, it's time to fix up your motor home for sale. Make sure that the RV is as clean and up-to-date on its maintenance as possible. Preparing your RV as if for a trip will help impress buyers and may get a better price for the vehicle. These tips will help you get the RV ready to sell. Clean It Inside and Out The outer cleaning of the RV is pretty simple and straight forward: hose it down, scrub it with long handled, soft bristled brushes, soap it up, and rinse it till it gleams. [Read More]