Get Your Car Sparkling Clean
Choose The Right SudsDishwashing soap can remove grease, but it actually shortens the life of your paint job. So what do you use? They actually make specific soaps for cars, and they're available at most auto parts stores. Remember to use two buckets – one with the soap mixed in and another just with water so you can rinse your sponge.
Don't Forget To Clay-BarHave you ever noticed how your car gets dinged with all sorts of crud as you cruise along the highway? Well, some of that is simply too hard to remove with a standard car wash. So, you clay-bar it. It should be fairly easy to find a good clay-baring kit in stores. Just follow the directions on the package to remove all that grime and you should be happy with the results.
Polishing Vs. WaxingIt's easy to get polishing and waxing confused. The truth is, polishing removes little scratches and imperfections while also buffing your surface to a bright shine. Waxing gives you added protection from the elements with a bit more gloss. We recommend both. Consider a synthetic wax for a better look.
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