It's all about the sound.
Performance cars and bikes have a special voice, a sweet note that many of us fall in love with in the different vehicles we own or desire. Some people might call this device an exhaust, but any car guy or girl will tell you it's a whole lot more than that. On that very place where so much joyous sound comes from is an area of the car that strangely begins life as one of the shiniest parts of a car, but due to its closeness to the ground, carbon build up from long sporting drives and not to mention all the debris that gets swirled around at the rear of the car, you get all manner of dirt and grime bonding onto it, leading to it fast becoming one of the dirtiest.
Over time, it slowly becomes dirtier and dirtier, till it's almost unrecognisable. This quick guide is about how to bring the chrome and polished stainless or even titanium types back to like new again with a couple of popular products from our great car care range.