Some of the following car care tips are provided for by the International Car Association.
Clean your wiper blades often.blade.gif
Road film and grime collect in the wiper blades. This causes the streaking of windshields. To eliminate this problem use a cloth moistened with glass cleaner. Make sure to thoroughly clean the side grove. Be careful not to damage the blade.
Washing your car at home is extremely harmful to the finish.
The University of Texas proved that a single home hand-wash can leave scratches in the finish as deep as 1/10 of the paint's total thickness. Also, the average garden hose cannot supply enough pressure with the detergent action to avoid damaging a car's finish.
Keeping whitewall tires looking like whitewalls.
Don't use scouring pads to clean whitewalls. Our automatic car wash is equipped with a professional whitewall and tire cleaning process. If you need special attention, please notify attendant on arrival.


How many times you wash your car is dependent on your local weather and climate.
If your car is exposed to corrosive materials like salt, sand, industrial fallout, bugs, bird droppings, and acid rain it should be washed often. The same goes for vehicles in area with high humidity. Moisture attracts contaminants and promotes a variety of chemical reactions that can destroy your car's finish. Frequent washing is essential to the life of your car's chrome and painted surfaces.
Wax your car often!
With new modern acrylics and enamels, your new car's finish needs tender care immediately.
Bugs and bird droppings are harmful.
The acidity can corrode your vehicles finish and if not quickly removed permanently damage your car's paint.
Help a car's value - keep its finish looking new.
Appearance is the first thing that people look for in a used car. If a car's finish turns buyer's off, it's virtually impossible to get a good price - no matter how the car runs.

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