|Posted on September 28, 2016 at 1:23 AM||comments (222)|
You need to understand the need of car detailing according to the changing of seasons. Different seasons damage your car in different ways and in order to gain maximum protection you need to understand how seasons impact your car detailing.
As spring time starts coming temperature starts rising. Making it the perfect time to provide protection to your car. The reason why it is important to refresh your car's protection in spring is due to winter the salt used on roads in snowstorms can be very damaging to your car and will damage your wax. If it is not treated and that salt stays on the car for a long time it will remove all the protection of your wax and will surely damage your car's paint. This will result it in your car becoming dirty sooner and might need a full paint job sooner than you think. So after winter there is a high probability that your wax is not in good condition and needs to be refreshed. So you should get your car waxed again and before waxing clay barring treatment will be a plus.
Summer comes with a higher temperature and damage Sun's UV rays. So it is very important to get your car ready for all the damages with a coating of wax protection. The Sun's harsh UV rays can fade the color of your car and if you have a red car, then waxing becomes compulsory as it is more prone to being oxidized. Mobile Works Auto Detailing in Lexington SC also recommends using wax or applying paint sealant to all exterior windows this will make it safer and easier to drive in the rain. When it comes to interior detailing, you can use UV protective products to dress interior in order to stop fading and cracking.
As winter is the most damaging season for car detailing, you can use the time in Fall to gain extra protection against it. During Fall, the temperature is quite moderate, so you should use that time to add extra protection to the exterior of your car. As the first snowfall occurs, you should have enough protection to protect from damaging effects of road salt. You can use durable waxes during this time and use multiple coats for maximum protection.
During winter you job is to protect your car as much as possible. As you already have protection from wax which you applied in the Fall, you can clean your vehicle as frequent as possible to avoid any build-up of road salt. The longer you will let the road salt stays on your car's surface the more time it will have to damage your car's wax protection. Also avoid direct contact with your paint during the winter, which means never use a snow scraper or brush to remove snow this will damage too much damage your car's paint and there will be scratches and swirls all over. To remove snow, you can use hot water or any other safe heating element.