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Why Seasonal Detailing is Good for Your Car

Why Seasonal Detailing is Good for Your Car

  Different seasons come with fluctuating conditions that can spell doom for your car’s exterior and interior parts. This poses a real threat to your auto’s luster, especially by wear of the protective wax coating, making it look old and worn out. Changing temperature, road salt, gravel, sand and other conditions on the road are the last thing you would like around your car, but they are inevitable, which means proper car detailing remains your only way out. These basic guidelines can help in maintaining the look of your auto;   Exterior Detailing Many vehicle owners are oblivious of the importance of exterior detailing to auto maintenance, or how to run an extensive detailing that can serve them best. The secret is, exterior detailing is not just about the paint, it takes more, and the best car detailers know better. This is why a good car detailer would work on everything that counts; from the joints between the panels, to work on the bumpers, to the wheel rims, door jambs, hinges and even the underside. What’s more, using non-abrasive products in cleaning those vulnerable parts to avoid causing scratches comes in handy too. You can visit your car detailer once in a while, but washing after every 10 days or so helps maintain the detailing of your vehicle. And if you are the preventive kind of a person, parking in basements and garage is even better in maintaining you car’s exterior, so avoid parking in the streets or in the lot, and your auto will retain its sparkle for longer.   Tire Detailing You tires are always between you...
Car Detailing: What Is Detailing And What Does It Involve?

Car Detailing: What Is Detailing And What Does It Involve?

  Car detailing refers to thorough cleaning and polishing of all the parts of the car. Detailing involves the use of tools that wouldn’t be used during a typical vehicle clean up exercise. The aim of detailing is to restore the car’s industry clean state and original paintwork by removing all the dirt and swirls that make your car unattractive even after cleanup and affect your car paint. It may also involve minimal repairs depending on the detailer’s experience. Here is the outlay of what car detailing entails: Exterior detailing This includes cleaning all the exterior parts of the vehicle including: Chassis and wheels The chassis and undercarriage including directly under your car form part of exterior detailing. This also includes cleaning the wheel wells as well as the areas around major suspension parts. The wheels rims and tires are also thoroughly cleaned and dressed with a suitable protectant that improves their luster and protects them from corrosion. The engine bay This is one of the most important aspects of car detailing that ensures the vehicle engine maintains the factory look. It involves carefully cleaning the oily external parts of the engine with a degreaser before rinsing them thoroughly with clean water and allowing them to dry. The degreaser should, however, not be used to clean the rubber and plastic coverings of the engine to avoid corrosion and accelerated wear and tear. Car paint care The paint is one of the most delicate parts of your car. Any experienced car detailer understands that car paint detailing is a three-step process aimed at cleaning, correcting, and protecting the vehicle’s paintwork....
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