Author Archive for Utah Auto Spa

Why Car Detailing is Worth the Investment

Having your car professionally detailed might feel—and look—like an indulgence, but more and more automotive experts consider this a necessary and beneficial part of your maintenance schedule. When done regularly, car detailing keeps your vehicle cleaner, maintains its resale value, and even promotes better health. If you’re on the fence about whether or not that detail is worth the money, consider these benefits.

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How a Car Wash Can Prevent Paint Scratches

Most people know that a car wash is a great way to get rid of visible dirt and make your vehicle shine, but did you also know that it can also reduce the likelihood of scratches in your paint job? When washed regularly using the right tools, your car can look its best and maintain its value for years to come. Here’s how.

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5 Most Important Times to Detail

Most car experts agree that full auto detailing should be done about two to three times a year (similar to how often you get your oil changed), but this number can vary depending on what your car is used for and how often you’re in it. If you’re on the fence about getting your car detailed, we suggest you consider these five situations when a … Read more...

How to Limit Interior Wear and Tear

If you’re anything like most drivers, you do a lot of living in your car. From your daily commute and running errands to kids’ activities and family road trips, it’s easy to put a lot of miles—and a lot of time—on your car.

While regular car washes and interior detailing can go a long way in making sure your car looks its best (and keep … Read more...

How to Clean Tinted Car Windows

Tinted car windows are great at ensuring your privacy, reducing glare while you drive, and keeping UV damage from fading your interior, but they also come with a few extra cleaning steps. If your tinted windows are a part of the car itself (provided by the manufacturer and built into the glass), then you can clean them much the same way you would any other … Read more...

Remove Pet Hair from Your Car Upholstery in 3 Easy Steps

Nothing clings to car upholstery quite like pet hair. Whether you’re dealing with clumps of hair from a Labrador during shedding season or the short, wiry hair of a terrier who doesn’t like to sit still in transit, your pet’s unique coat and habits can turn even the nicest interior into a fur factory.

Because pet hair tends to work into the nooks and crannies … Read more...

When to Hand Wash Your Car – Automatic vs. DIY

There are cases to be made for the benefits of both the automatic car wash and a more hands-on approach (achieved either at home or in a car wash bay). For example, when you’re in a hurry and need a quick clean that doesn’t require you to exit the vehicle, a quick stop by the automatic car wash is your best bet. However, when you’re … Read more...

Best Ways to Care for Leather Seats and Interiors

Nothing makes a car look and feel as luxurious as leather seats and interiors. Not only does it tend to be a more expensive material to begin with, but it requires regular care and maintenance—both signs that you care about your vehicle and want to maintain its value for as long as possible. When well cared for, leather seats can last for decades, growing softer … Read more...

How to Clean and Detail Aluminum Wheels

Most wheels on today’s vehicles are made of an aluminum alloy, which is lightweight, strong, and heat-resistant—all things you want in something you drive on every day. When they’re new or polished, these types of wheels can look very attractive, since they’re also designed to be low-maintenance. However, over time, dirt and debris from the road can cake on and leave your wheels looking dingy. … Read more...

Winter Tire Care Tips

Winter is one of the hardest seasons on a car, and winters here in Salt Lake City can be especially rough on vehicles. Snow, sleet, frost, and freezing temperatures can all work together to damage your car’s exterior, especially in vulnerable areas like the rubber of your tires. Although parking in a garage or under covered parking can go a long way in reducing the … Read more...