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Autumnal Car Cleaning Jobs

Autumnal Car Cleaning Jobs

Posted in NEWS AND UPDATES by Autobrite on October 21st 2019
It’s that time of year again when we start transitioning into new seasons and not just in the wardrobe department. Just as you might be digging out the coats, scarves and hats to protect against the cold, it’s important to seal your car off against the harsh elements too. While you’re checking your oil, brake pads and wipers this Autumn, make sure you check off through our car cleaning checklist too.

Wash Away the Sins

Even if your drive once in a blue moon, the chances are your vehicle has already picked up some of those sinful contaminants that driving entails, be it dust, road salt, rainwater or brake dust. With the environmental conditions set to get harsher, it’s a good idea to wash away the existing dirt to prevent build-ups and to save yourself cleaning time in the future. Use a good quality snow foam prewash to remove dirt with ease, before massaging a high-quality car shampoo all over, for the best results.

Gleaming Glass Cleaning

With heavy rains, snow, low light and fog all common throughout the latter part of a year, it’s important that you take all the necessary steps to ensure that your view of the road is as clear as possible. Use a glass cleaner to cut through grease, dust & old product residue to ensure that there are no distractions or obstacles in your line of sight. Remember to spray all glass surfaces including wing mirrors, windows, rear-view mirror and windscreen to ensure that all your angles are as clear as can be.

Wax On 

The most important aspect of car detailing in Autumn & Winter is car waxing. This crucial part of the process will add an extra layer of protection to your cars paintwork, that will make water slide off the surface and will prevent brake dust, bird droppings and road salt from embedding in the paint and causing rust, marks, smears and other damage that can both be costly and difficult to rectify.


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