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Wash & Dry

Old 11-22-2013
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Washing your vehicle weekly is the best way to remove surface contaminants before they do serious damage to your vehicle’s paint finish. Did you also know that most of the swirls, or spider-webs, on your vehicle are caused by washing? It’s true! Each time you wash your car, you could be rubbing grit into the paint. Our washing guide will give you some pointers on how to wash your car without scratching it. A few carefully chosen tools and easy techniques will give you a clean, swirl-free vehicle.

Schedule The Washing Cycle

Washing once a week is the standard for vehicles that are under your general use and wisely so. During the week, your automobile can receive contaminants along your journey to and from work, errands, and anywhere else you travel. Whether your car is dormant in the garage, or tearing asphalt cross-country, it is equally defenseless against the hail of pollutants and damaging particles that seem to meet us at every turn.

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