Give your car a proper wash at least 12 times a year so bugs and bird droppings, dirt and salt don't cause corrosion. The longer dirt is left on the hood, the more damage it will cause to your paint job.
• Don't Just Wash, Wax:
Wax sealants help protect paint from scratches and damage from chemicals, keep paint from fading and keep your car looking shiny.
• Respect The Beltline:
Since scratchy silicone and salt tend to accumulate below the beltline (approximately the middle of the side of the vehicle), it's advisable to wash one section of the car at a time so as not to redistribute dirt and grit to the top, hood or trunk.
• Towel Off:
One of the most important parts of the entire process, improper drying can lead to water spots, streaks and scratches. Use 100 percent cotton towels or a chamois to avoid scratching. Work from the top down, gently blotting, not wiping, water from the surface.
• Kick The Bucket:
You can wash and wax your vehicle to a professional finish in less than 30 minutes with the original SpongeTech, a new cleaning product with soaps, shampoos and waxes already built in.
The patented superabsorbent polymer sponges are loaded with specially formulated soaps and waxes that are released when the sponge is dampened and applied to surfaces with minimal pressure. It can help you save both time and money as well as your car.
The company, which also makes antibacterial items for cleaning kids and canines, is even exploring the possibility of using this technology for pharmaceutical applications and household uses.
For more information, visit www.spongetech.com.
Let us spray. It's the best way to begin washing your car.