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Anyone Can Professionally Detail ...
Gary Kouba of Perfect Auto Finish, outside Chicago, has just released a
DVD in which he demonstrates the auto detailing techniques he uses and
which have given him legendary status among car enthusiasts. Kouba's
new DVD is appropriately titled, "Keep Your Car Looking New For Pennies
Kouba has conducted over 200 car care clinics for car clubs, schools,
libraries, community groups and other organizations in the Chicago
area. He generously shares his experience through local newspapers and
professional trade journals. He moderates multiple internet car care
forums and is widely known as the "go to" guy for car detailing
questions. He has detailed cars for Oprah Winfrey and Paul McCartney,
as well as exotic car collectors and ordinary folks who love their cars
and want them to look their best.
"It isn't that complicated," Kouba says. "By following some basic
steps and using the right car care products correctly, anyone can
detail a car like a professional, save hundreds of dollars, and have
fun doing it." It really doesn't take that much time either, he
Many people learned to take care of their car's finish by washing it on
the weekend, drying it with a fluffy terry bath towel, and perhaps
laboriously applying a coat of wax.
"Unfortunately, this isn't the best practice with today's dual-stage
paint systems," Kouba explains. In fact, that terry towel may be
contributing to swirl marks and micro-scratches in the paint, and the
wax will only last a month at best. And if you don't remove the
contaminants and micro-particles on the paint before washing it, you
just may be
grinding them into the clear coat, actually damaging the paint. In the
old days, owners would apply rubbing compound, a practice that Kouba
warns the novice to relegate to the history books.
In Kouba's new DVD he explains the proper steps to obtaining a
finish. He demonstrates using a clay bar before washing, a technique
that many people have never heard of but one that safely removes tiny
particles from the paint before washing so that they do not grind into
the paint during the wash process. Kouba's DVD takes the viewer through
claying, washing, polishing and sealing the paint. He then
demonstrates his techniques for cleaning and protecting the interior,
including door panels, dash, gauges, carpet and seats.
Kouba also shares valuable advice about avoiding excessive services
that dealers try to sell to new car buyers, such as "special' paint
sealants costing up to $1,100, which knowledgeable owners can apply
themselves for less than $5.00.
Many people are confused and overwhelmed by the car wash, wax, sealant
and detail products available today. Kouba cuts through the confusion
and explains which products to buy and which to avoid. "By following my
simple steps you can have a car that always looks new," says Kouba,
adding that "you'll save a lot of money, have fun, and be proud to say
that you did it yourself."
"Keep Your Car Looking New For Pennies A Day," is $24.95. To learn
more and to order visit www.perfectautofinish.com or call 630 9472090