11 Mar

Car Repairs That You Should Never Do Yourself

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Going to the mechanic can be costly, especially when you aren’t financially prepared for the fix that your vehicle needs. With technology constantly improving, it can be easy to find a how-to video online that shows you exactly how to take apart your car and put it back together. While making the repairs yourself may save you a pretty penny, there are some repairs you should never do yourself.

Transmission Repair or Maintenance

Today’s transmissions are finely tuned with thousands of small parts that all go in specific places. It is best to have these types of repairs completed at the auto shop by a mechanic that specializes in the repairs of transmissions, just to be sure that it is done correctly. A transmission can easily stop functioning if not repaired properly, which will cost you more money in the end than the repair initially would have.

Suspension Work

After a few years on the road, your vehicle may need some suspension work done whether it be on the struts, shocks, arms, or bushings. The repairs on these types of parts may seem simple at first glance, but they involve the use of specialized equipment for the repair to be done properly and safely. Coil springs and struts are under powerful tension and compressed force, which means one mistake could have you paying for hospital bills that would cost more than the repair.

Timing Belt Replacement

This is a normal maintenance that is not a cheap maintenance, however, trying to complete the repair on your own could have a disastrous outcome. A bad replacement job on this important piece of your vehicle could easily destroy the entire engine considering the repair involves taking the engine apart.

Doing a repair on your own may seem to be the easy way out financially, but the cost if it going wrong could really put you under. One repair you can do at home to keep you and others safe on the road is using the WipeNew Headlight Restore to restore your headlights, making them brighter for you to see and for others to see you. Keeping an emergency savings for occasions when these repairs need to be done is your best bet to keep your car in the best condition.

Read real Wipe New reviews to see why Wipe New is the world’s best solution for restoring and protecting weathered surfaces.

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Science World Report

05 Aug

How-To Video: Use Wipe New Wheels to Coat Aftermarket Wheels

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Wipe New Wheels Brake Dust Defender is the only consumer product to provide lasting & powerful protection against road salt, brake dust, grime and corrosion.

In this Wipe New Wheels video they demonstrate how to properly coat newly purchased aftermarket wheels with Wipe New Wheels. Chrome, Powder Coated and Aluminum finishes are covered. Coating your wheels with Wipe New Wheels will keep brake dust and caustic chemicals from damaging the surface, and since brake dust doesn’t adhere as well to a coated surface, it makes the cleaning process of your wheels so much easier. This Wipe New Wheels professional demonstration is a great guide for professional detailers and aftermarket wheel businesses, as well as people who like to do it yourself!

02 Apr

Wipe New Now Available at TARGET!

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We have another exciting annoucement to share with all of our Wipe New fans!!

You can now find the world’s strongest solutions for restoring and protecting weathered surfaces at your local Target!

Visit the automotive department in your Target store and pick up our original Wipe New, Wipe New Headlight Restore, Wipe New Tires, and Wipe New Wheels!

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18 Mar

Wipe New and Spring Cleaning for Your Car

Wipe New knows that winter is often the harshest season for automobiles.  Salted roads, cold temperatures, ice, potholes, and even big temperature swing can be hard on your vehicles.  The coming of Spring doesn’t only mean “spring cleaning” in the home.  It means it’s time for spring cleaning your automobiles as well!  Wipe New encourages you to consider the following steps in a 2-part series on spring cleaning your car!

Clean out the trash!  Start your spring cleaning by removing all the junk you’ve been ignoring over those cold winter months.  Be thorough and make sure you check under the seats and in between seats. 

Tackle the exterior!  Wintertime driving often results in a coat of salt, sand, and grime on your car and all of those elements can cause corrosion which can lead to rust problems.  Continue your spring cleaning by giving your vehicle a good, exterior cleaning.  Make sure you’re cleaning the undercarriage, fenders, and bumpers.  After you clean your car get out some Wipe New to bring back the shine! Wipe New can restore the original sheen to faded exterior trim AND it protects most surfaces from sun exposure, water spots, tree sap, and other harsh elements.

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Change your wiper blades!  Winter often takes a toll on wiper blades.  Prepare for those forthcoming spring and summer showers by replacing your wiper blades..

Check your tires!  Start by checking your tire pressure.  Cold weather causes tires to be underinflated.  When the warmer Spring weather arrives you may discover your tires are overinflated. Driving on properly inflated tires can save you money so be sure to check them. Then visually inspect your tires.  Make sure they’re wearing evenly and that you have plenty of tread on them.  Finally, give your tires and wheels the perfect shine by using our Wipe New Tires and Wipe New Wheels products.  Discover for yourself how Wipe New Tires is not only the best protection your tires ever had, it’s also the fastest!  Just wipe it on and let it dry.  Wipe New Wheels is the perfect complement to Wipe New Tires.  One application will restore luster and protect your wheels for years of easy cleaning!

Inspect your ventilation system!  Be sure your air conditioner working by turning it on to its’ highest setting and ensuring that it reaches a cool temperature in a reasonable amount of time.  Schedule maintenance if need be. Also be sure to replace your cabin’s air filter.  This filter keeps pollen and dirt from entering the ventilation system.