12:43 PM

Out Of Town

Posted by Anthony

OCDetails will be closed from 6/4 through 6/20 as I will be out of the country. I will be available through email or my normal phone number (thank you wifi calling!) if you need to speak with me, but I won't be able to do much till I return.

12:24 PM

Coming Soon!!!

Posted by Anthony

Is the world ready for OCDetails Mobile Detailing? I'm not talking about a service where I come to your house and shine your car. I'm talking about a mobile app for your Android phone where you can review process documents, product reviews, and access other helpful links! That's right! I'm in the process of creating an app for Android which will allow you to do all those things! Since I'm new to app development, this is a project which could take awhile. Should I be working on the OCDetails.com site instead? Maybe, but I think getting a mobile version live will help just as many people. I think the blog is pretty useful and even the .com site isn't too terrible. It may be ugly, but the processes are still accurate.

So stay tuned for the OCDetails Mobile Detailing app! It won't necessarily be available on the Google Market right away, but it will be available here! Let me know what features you would like to see on it and I'll do what I can to make it happen!

9:25 AM

Poorboy's Polish With Sealant

Posted by Anthony

This is a great product if you are working on white. Check this out...



See that white space in the middle? That is what color the rest of it should be. This is after washing and claying, so you can see how absolutely dingy the paint is. All I used on this was Poorboy's Polish with Sealant and a blue Edge 2000 pad on my Flex 3401 polisher. I was really pleased with how much better it looked when I was done.





I used the same product under the door handles. If you have a white or silver vehicle then this will probably look familiar.







Not too shabby, eh? Definitely a worthwhile product to look into if you are looking for a fast way to brighten your paint. I would probably recommend topping it with another sealant or wax just for some added pop, but it does do the trick of clearing off the dinginess and dirt that white and silver seem to pick up over time.