Protect Your Investment
auto manufacturers recommend that you wax your vehicle every 3 to 4
months. A layer of wax creates a protective barrier for your vehicle's
finish, while also removing acid rain, grease, road grime, and dirt that
may have bonded to your vehicle previously. A good high gloss finish on
your vehicle means a higher resale or trade-in value.
vehicles, regardless of the finish (clear coat, acrylic, enamel,
etc..), require frequent washing throughout the year. Just as a good
mechanical maintenance program prolongs the life and performance of your
vehicle, frequent washing will prolong the life and gloss of your
vehicle's exterior and interior finishes.
to sunlight, with its ultraviolet rays, accelerates the aging process
and diminishes the gloss on your vehicle's finishes. Protective coatings
and sealants are necessary to provide a protective barrier while
enhancing your vehicle's gloss and shine.
accelerates problems. The acid in bugs, bird droppings, tree sap, and
leaves become more active with heat. Metal retains this heat and
increases the chances of permanent stains.
Emissions from chemical plants, fossil fuels, power plants, and the
internal combustion engine are transported and altered in our
atmosphere. These emissions are transformed into sulfuric and nitric
acids. These acids when deposited onto your vehicle in either a wet or
dry state, will eventually eat your paint. Frequent washing is the only
way to prevent this damage.
will trap dirt and other contaminants to a metal surface, allowing the
oxidation process to occur. This will ultimately cause rust and
corrosion. Keep your vehicle clean and dry.
grime and brake dust cling to wheels and hubcaps. If not removed, this
material woll permeate the metal of your wheels, causing major damage.
Professional whell cleaning will prevent this occurrence.
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