Category Archives: Car Care

Introducing Koch-Chemie – ‘Excellence For Experts’

Committed to ensuring customers always have access to the best products available, UF is continuously looking for new ranges to complement their extensive portfolio of exclusive car care brands. One that recently made an entrance on to the UK detailing stage is German manufacturer, Koch-Chemie. Recently they sent samples to the Ultimate Detailing Studio for evaluation, including car shampoo, […]

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BMW E30 325i Cabriolet, Gloss Enhancement ‘Plus’ – Part One

The BMW E30 325i is a modern classic with a significantly sized dedicated fan base. Whether it’s the rounded headlamps, the BBS wheels, the body styling or the rear wheel drive handling that catches your attention, year on year the demand for the E30 325i grows and several cabriolets have made it to the Ultimate […]

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2014 Range Rover Sport Autobiography – New Car Protection

The 2014 Range Rover Sport Autobiography – the perfect fusion of sports performance and premier luxury. The new, lighter aluminium chassis means it will beat most of its rivals in a straight line and adaptive dampeners gives the handling a level of responsiveness unexpected in a large, two-tonne SUV. However, it is still a Range […]

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R222 – High Performance Auto Care Products

R222 has its roots deep in the German automotive industry. The story of the motorcar as we know it today started in 1896 when two Germans, Gottleib Daimler and Carl Benz, working independently of each other created the first cars. With a rich automotive history which includes the revolutionary race cars of the 1930’s (Mercedes […]

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Nanotechnology And Its Role In Automotive Surface Care

What is nanotechnology? There are a lot of car care products on the market today which claim to employ ‘nanotechnology’, stating nano or nanotech products last longer and work better. But what is nanotechnology and what role does it play in car care? Defined simply, nanotechnology is the manipulation of matter at subatomic level (smaller than […]

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