Dirty cars are without a doubt unsightly. You may spot a few insects on your windshield or find bird droppings on your expensive paintjob. Washing your car at least every two weeks will help maintain the body of your car. Taking your car to an automatic car wash will not always be as effective. A car wash machine can sometimes destroy your car whether it’s noticeable or not. The best way to cleanse an automobile is to scrub it by hand because you have the option to use any soap and wax on spots that an automatic car wash would miss. Maintaining the body of your car is vital and determines the value of your car whether it is clean or filthy. Cleaning an auto takes only a few steps and tools which will be required to successfully deliver a shine to your automobile.
Before you begin to wash your car, it is required that your car should be parked in a shady area away from sunlight and trees that drop leaves or drip sap. Make sure you have all the required tools: chamois cloth, car wash mitt, car wash brush, car wash soap, garden hose, rags, large sponge, and a large bucket. The doors of the vehicle must be closed and all windows must be raised. If the car is set and ready to be cleaned, begin by pouring a cap full of car soap into the large bucket. Fill the bucket three fourths of the way with warm water and set it aside.
Next, hose down any excess dirt off the car beginning from the roof, then work your way to the bottom where the tires are located. Don’t forget to pay close attention when you spray the area of the windshield wipers since a lot of dirt collects there. Spraying the excess dirt will not only make the vehicle cleaner, but it will help prevent swirls that result from a dirty wash bucket. The bucket full of soapy water should work up to a moist foamy lather. If your car has bird droppings, dead bugs, sap, or other hard-to-clean stains on the paintwork, apply car wash soap directly to these stains to pre-treat the car. If the wheels are...