Cars are very often judged by their outside appearance. Their condition can also be a reflection on their owner. I think that we’ve all seen cars that are decades old and yet they look like they just rolled off the production line. Other times we’ve seen cars that are only a few years old and look horribly neglected. So the question for today is how do you keep your car looking spiffy and new on the outside? Here are a few tips that can help keep your vehicle’s paint job in top condition with little to no wear and tear.
Even if your car doesn’t look “that” dirty, it’s not a good idea to do so to skip its wash day. You wouldn’t skip on a shower just because you don’t look dirty right? The longer dirt, grime, and residue stay on your car the more they eat away at your paint job causing it to age.
I remember by dad sitting in my high school’s parking lot, waiting for me to come out, and he would have a bottle of cleaning solution and paper towels, just spot cleaning. You can do the same, just be sure to choose something that’s made for these purposes so it won’t damage the exterior and clean up those little areas and water spots that you see. It’s a good idea to do this midway between washes to keep your car in great condition.
You can read the full article and the remaining tips by visiting Len Stoler’s Hyundai.