11/24/2014

How to Wash A Car By Soap?

If you love your car, then you should buy the best car wash soap and detergents to keep it clean. Your car will look just like it’s arrived from the showroom. 
Washing the Car: Do it the Right Way

  • You should start with one bucket of warm water and one bucket of soapy water.
  • Using the soapy water and a sponge, clean the wheels of the vehicle first.
  • Once this is complete, spray the car down with water using your hose or the supplied water hose at the car wash.
  • Next, use the wash mitt and dip into the soapy water. Begin cleaning with the mitt, concentrating on those difficult spots of dirt and grime.
  • Start washing the vehicle from the top and work your way down. Be sure to apply pressure, but be gentle as well so not to scratch the paint.
  • Make sure that you get the entire car nice and soapy before you rinse.
  • When it is time to rinse, make sure that you take the spray nozzle off of the hose. You also want to rinse the suds from top to bottom so that the suds fall off of the vehicle.
  • When all of the suds are removed, use the drying cloth to dry the vehicle. This final step might not seem like a needed task, however, failing to dry the vehicle could cause water spots to form.
  • Use a towel that is specifically designed to dry a vehicle since it absorbs water easier.


12/18/2012

Sony Alpha SLT-A57M Review

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9/27/2011

Apple vs Nokia vs Samsung vs Sony Ericsson , Best camera phones ?

Now almost every mobile phone, from dual-core powerhouses to cheap feature phone have a camera, so you can snap photographs and upload them to Facebook or email to friends within seconds. Many of the better camera phones can now match and even surpass basic digital cameras, as phone manufacturers use superior sensors and lenses.

8/26/2011

Review Kodak EasyShare Z981

Looking for a new digital camera to improve your social networking capabilities? The Kodak EasyShare Z981 digital camera designed for the social networker. Many people used to carry around small pictures in their wallets to show people friends and family after physically developing the film into a photograph. The norm today is not to take a physical picture and share it, but to upload a digital image to your social media network for all to see. Taking and sharing photos has never been easier using the Kodak EasyShare camera.

7/28/2011

Sony‘s Cybershot TX55 an attractive camera

There are a several features that make Sony‘s Cybershot TX55 an attractive camera — just 12.2 mm thin, it has a 3.3-inch OLED touchscreen and can shoot 1080i video — but what has most photographers buzzing is a spec that’s typically ignored by savvy consumers: digital zoom. Sony, by employing 2 new technologies the brand calls “Clear Image Zoom” and “By Pixel Super Resolution”

6/22/2011

Sony Alpha NEX-5K 14.2MP Digital Camera Review

Sony Digital SLR Camera Presentation of the world's smallest camera with interchangeable lenses lighter, the Sony Alpha DSLR-5. DSLR quality in almost half the size and weight. Experience Full HD 1080/60i Tilt movies, pictures, surprisingly little light, continuous shooting for up to 7 frames per second, incredible scenery and Live View 3.0-inch LCD. In addition, this is going to the NEX-5 camera 18-55mm D mount.

6/15/2011

Olympus Evolt E620 12.3MP Digital SLR

Olympus Evolt E620 12.3MP Live MOS Digital SLR Camera with Image Stabilization and 2.7 inch Swivel LCD w/ 14-42mm f/3.5-5.6 Zuiko Lens. I have had the Olympus Evolt E620 12.3MP Digital SLR Camera for about a week and i moved from a E-510. E-510 was my first DSLR and using that over the years i have been very satisfied and happy with the 510 especially due to the in body image stabilization and lens line-up. Liveview was also a plus over competitors but i never really used it unless it was really dark or i needed to manual focus.