clay bar for car detailing
In the realm of car detailing, achieving that pristine, showroom shine involves more than just a regular wash and wax. It requires attention to detail, and sometimes, the secret lies in a seemingly humble tool – the detailing clay bar. If you’re wondering what this magical clay bar is and how to wield its powers to elevate your car’s appearance, you’ve come to the right place. Let’s delve into the depths of detailing clay and
A clean, well-maintained car not only enhances its aesthetic appeal but also contributes to its longevity. Washing your car is a crucial aspect of regular maintenance, and doing it the right way ensures a sparkling finish without causing any damage. In this guide, we’ll walk you through the step-by-step process of washing your car to achieve professional results while preserving its paint and finish. 1. Gather the Right Supplies Before you begin, make sure you

SEMA SHOW 2018

Posted by PG Admin on  March 24, 2019
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Category: Event
visit us at the upcoming SEMA Show 2018 this coming November 3rd – 6th 2018 We will be at Booth 12627 ( North Hall) Latest products such as PG Hi-Gloss Sealant and PG Ultra Gloss paste Sealant will be displayed alongside with demonstration! Our products which will be showcased includes our Wonder Clay range, Polymer Sealant, Quick Shine Detailer and our full range of PG Pro Detailing range! For more information please visit www.semashow.com

THE SOLUTION FOR ALL INDUSTRIES

Posted by PG Admin on  November 19, 2015
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Category: Exterior
The professional line of PG Permaglass coatings is not only meant to protect cars, yachts, boats, and homes, it is also perfect for protection of airplanes and helicopters. Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetuer adipiscing elit, sed diam nonummy nibh euismod tincidunt ut laoreet dolore magna aliquam erat volutpat. Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetuer adipiscing elit, sed diam nonummy nibh euismod tincidunt ut laoreet dolore magna aliquam erat volutpat. Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet,

What Is Car Wax?

Posted by PG Admin on  January 1, 2014
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Category: Exterior
I wanted to start with a brief education on auto wax or car wax as its most commonly called. When you go back in time you would call this stuff “coach wax” as horse drawn coach builders in Europe would take different kinds of animal fat and rub it on their coaches to preserve them from the elements. Fast forward and we see “coaches” still have horse power, but not the same kind. And thankfully

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