Spring Cleaning Tips for your Car
Spring cleaning isn’t just for your home; it’s a also a smart idea for your vehicles. I don’t know about you, but there are days that I spend more time in my car then I do in my house, not counting my sleeping time. I’ve even used it for meals. If your car is anything like mine it could probably use a good spring cleaning.
A few simple steps can help boost your vehicle’s integrity and beauty while maintaining its value, plus you might even regain that new-car smell.
1. Your car is a reflection of who you are
There’s no question your car is a reflection on you. Whether it’s all about horsepower, efficient gas mileage or four-wheel drive, your vehicle represents who you are, where you’ve been and where you intend to go. The design, form and function are extensions of your style and personality. That’s why I like to keep my car washed and cleaned.
From dirt and dust to grit and grime, you can give your car a reflective shine at a WaterSavers car wash. WaterSavers professional car washes use an average of 40 gallons of fresh water or less per car, according to the International Carwash Association. Basically a 10 minute shower uses 25 gallons of fresh water. WaterSavers washes also recycle and filter the water to prevent harmful chemicals from entering groundwater supplies that feed rivers and streams. To find a WaterSavers car wash near you, visit Washwithwatersavers.com.
2. Regular car washes protect your paint job
Your factory paint job will dull and begin to chip away if you don’t maintain it. Regularly washing your car and and waxing it will help keep your car looking as good as it did when you pulled out of the dealer lot.
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