Living with the Sony QX-100
Sony is always creating innovative technology. You might say that I tend to be a big fan of their products even when most people don’t get it. Take for example the MD or MiniDisc. From http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MiniDiscBack in the 90’s when CD’s were new and phasing out the cassette tape, having access to recordable and rewriteable random access digital quality audio
Please Vote For Us
Sun, Sep 15 2013 09:26
Each year we participate in a contest that greatly helps our local customers find us on the internet. It's known as the Hotlist, where people vote for their favorite and best local shops. Unfortunately for our category of detailing, we compete with local car washes as well. We need your help. Here at ShowCar Detailing, we've been providing the best service and best paint restorations in the country for the past 10 years. Why should you vote for us?
Wed, Dec 5 2012 11:02
A frequent question we get is.... "What happens during your evaluation?"Our evaluation process has evolved over the years but the basic purpose is to get a better idea of what your car needs. When people call us up asking for a quote to detail their car, there is really only one service we can quote a price for over the phone and that's our Enhancement Detail because the focus isn't on perfecting
Fri, Nov 9 2012 10:59
My good friend and client, Jason Boulanger took some amazing pictures of our rides. If you would like to hire him, contact him at Jason Boulanger Photography.
Tue, Oct 2 2012 10:02 | None
Polishing paint restores color, clarity, sparkle in metallics, and depth and richness. Every paint has its limitations and learning to maximize the finish without compromising the integrity is crucial to the longevity of your paint. Polishing paint safely is both an art and a science. You, as the owner need to keep in mind that the improvements we can offer will be relative to your existing paint.
Tue, Oct 2 2012 12:57
Touching up paint is meant to be quick and dirty. If you talk to anyone about it, the primary purpose is to make a scratch or chip less visible and this can be done with even a Sharpie pen and viewed from more than a few feet away. But coloring in a chip isn’t permanent nor is it the best way to conceal a defect.Think about the characteristics of the perfect paint finish. If you have a flaw in