Your Car Needs A Professionally Detail After The Winter Season


During the winter, pre-treatment brine, salt, and other chemicals that are used to keep the roads clear, sand, slush, mud, and other grime, all get thrown into the tight crevices under the vehicle. Those same chemicals and dirt also get splashed up onto your vehicle's paint. Not only is the road grime detrimental to the paint, but it will also cause the vehicle's underbody and frame to rust. While you should wash the salt and other chemicals off your vehicle as soon as possible during the winter, it's important to fully detail your vehicle in early spring.

Clean the Underbody and the Frame

Use a good de-greasing solvent that will cut the grime and clean the undercarriage of your vehicle to keep it from rusting the brakes, axles, frame, and other steel or cast-iron parts under the vehicle. Once the underbody is clean, you'll be able to work on the rest of the vehicle. While you could clean and detail it yourself, you should have a professional detail the vehicle to ensure that it is free of dirt, grime, and harmful chemicals. See this article for more information about how to protect the undercarriage of your vehicle.

Detail the Exterior

Hand-wash the entire vehicle using a PH balanced soap. Pressure wash and scrub the wheels and wells and tires, use an iron removing product to melt away brake dust and other ferrous metal on the wheels.  Spot free rinse with reverse osmosis water, compressed air to ensure zero water spotting. Clay bar the painted surfaces to remove road tar, bugs, and other contaminants that become embedded into the painted surface paint and over time will break down your vehicles clear coat.

Interior Detailing

Detailing the interior of your vehicle is just as important as detailing the exterior. Dirt, grime, and contaminants get ground into the carpeting, even if you have floor mats. Over time, dust and other grime get ground into the seats. Our interior detailing will make your vehicle look, feel, and smell new again.

Maintaining your vehicle's appearance not only improves how it looks, but it also protects it against premature aging. To continue learning more follow us online.