How to clean your car properly

How To Wash A Car Properly

Give a healthy glow to your car by cleaning it from time to time. It helps remove the layer of dirt and grime accumulated on the car’s surface, along with stains that can later cause discoloration and hence ruin your car’s beauty. In this article we will show you how to wash a car properly.


How to clean your car:

  1. Rinse down the entire car in the shade, start at the roof and work down.
  2. After rinsing, clear out the windshield wiper bay, the hood, and trunk for accumulated leaves and dirt.
  3. Clean the wheels with a brush which helps reach those more difficult nooks.How to clean your car properly
  4. Use two buckets for cleaning; soap in one to wash the car and clear water in the other to clean your microfiber wash mitt before re-soaping.
  5. Apply soap straight on to hard-to-clean stains like bugs or bird droppings. Keep your car wet as you go and scrub your car from the roof down.
  6. For the final rinse, remove the spray nose from the hose and just let a gentle stream of water flow over the car.
  7. It’s important to dry the car quickly to avoid water spots; best product for this is a waffle-weave absorbent towel as it picks up the most water and doesn’t scratch the car. A clean microfiber towel should be used to remove any excess pooled water – pay attention to the trunk, hood, and door jams as well as other hidden areas.
  8. Use a streak free window cleaner to wash your windows, inside and out.
  9.  Spray wax could now be used to keep your car looking good between washes. Use it on the wheels too as it can help protect them from dirt and dust.


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