Archived Blog Posts for Exterior Auto Detailing Chemicals

Your vehicle is a major investment that you want to protect. No one wants to see any imperfections on their new ride. Optimum Gloss-Coat formula acts as an exterior barrier, almost like an extra layer of clear coat that is already on the car.

Optimum Gloss-Coat leaves an easy to clean finish that is much easier to preserve versus conventional polishes, sealants, and waxes. Also, unlike waxes and paint sealants that may require reapplication Optimum Gloss-Coat provides nonstop protection for up to 24 months! Washing is the only regular cosmetic maintenance needed to keep the vehicles looking showroom new.

Watch DKtv below to find out more on Detail King’s How to Apply a Ceramic Coating to your Car.

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New labels for Detail King products, featuring a unique color-coding system

As it should be with all businesses, there comes a time when you have step back and take a studied look at how you’re doing. And to tell you the truth, we do that a lot here at Detail King. In fact it was during one of these internal evaluations that we came to the conclusion we could do a better job of labeling our products.

When you think about it, you — our customers — are already detail oriented. But what we set out to do here is create product labels that are easier to read. Not only that, but labels that are color-coded for quick recognition when you’re grabbing a bottle up in a hurry to finish up a detailing project. As an added benefit, this will really come in handy when training the novice.

Here’s a rundown of the recent changes we’ve made:

A new look to our labels: Our crack creative design team came up with labels that are more recognizable. And, since we stand behind our products 100 percent, we went ahead and added a big type size that practically shouts out the name DETAIL KING.

It comes in colors: Not only do our product labels have a new look and design, but they’re specifically color coordinated to help you more easily recognize what type of product or chemical it is that you’re pulling off the shop shelf or out of the back of your mobile rig. Here’s how we determined how those colors should be represented: Continue reading…