Car Care

Remove Winter Grime for Beautiful Wheels

Winter weather--and the tools we use to clear our roadways--can inflict irreversible damage on your wheels.

But don’t stress, since washing away abrasive road salts and contaminants like mud and snow and road grime takes only a few minutes. Here’s what to remember.

How To Give Your Car New Sparkle In Spring

Spring cleaning extends to the family car, too.

Here’s the four simple ways to restore shine to your ride while the flowers are blooming and birds are singing.

A Clear View: Six Tips for Fog-Free Driving

It’s the dead of winter and the inside of your windshield suddenly goes milk white from fog.

Fortunately, you’ve thought ahead and have the solution in the glove box--a spray bottle of glass treatment and a dry cloth. In seconds, the fog is gone and you’re on your way.

Get a handle on dirty jobs with latest specialty brushes

Brushes wisk away dirt without scratching the surface

A towel and elbow grease aren't always the best choices for shining your vehicle.

Sometimes a brush is the right answer.

'Showroom shine' tips for your dark-colored car

Nothing says “cool” like a sleek black vehicle with a mirror-like polish. Problem is, dark exteriors tend to highlight every speck of dust or drop of residue.

Summer months are particularly harsh for dark-colored vehicles. Dust from roadwork, insect splats, sap and soot can turn a sparkling shine into a grimy mess. Moreover, contaminants can permanently damage the luster on your vehicle’s finish.

Following simple care tips will give your dark-colored vehicle that “showroom” sparkle.

Simple car wash tips brighten light-coloured vehicles

Reds, blues, greens and greys may catch your eye but the most popular vehicle colour on the planet is white. And that means frequent care to keep it looking good.

“White and light-coloured vehicles require extensive exfoliating,” according to Mike Pennington, Director of Training and Consumer Relations at Meguiar’s Car Care products.  “If you don’t keep your vehicle washed, you won’t see that it’s dirty until you clean it.”