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Last Updated on September 23, 2022 by John Robinson
When was the last time you cleaned your car? If it's been a while, isn't it? But, now is the time to get started! Cleaning your car may seem like a daunting task, but it's actually pretty simple. In this blog post, we will discuss some easy tips that will help you how to clean your car the right way. So what are you waiting for? Let's get started!
1. Get Rid of the Trash
The first step is to get rid of all the trash that has accumulated in your car. Before you start vacuuming, take a few minutes to go through your car and collect all the trash. This includes everything from fast food wrappers to used tissues. If you often accumulate trash in your car, it would be a smart thing to invest in a trash can. As seen at Auto Guys Land, there are a variety of different trash cans that are designed specifically for cars. Just don't forget to empty it every once in a while. Once you're finished with the trash, it's time to start vacuuming.
2. Vacuum It Properly
Now that the trash is out of the way, it's time to vacuum your car. Start by vacuuming the floor mats and seats. If you have leather seats, be sure to use a soft brush attachment. You don't want to damage the leather. Once you're finished with the mats and seats, move on to the carpets. Be sure to vacuum under the seats as well. You'd be surprised at how much dirt and dust can accumulate under there. When you're finished vacuuming, it's time to move on to the next step.
3. Don't Use Harsh Detergents
After vacuuming, it's time to clean the surfaces of your car. This includes everything from the dashboard to the door panels. When cleaning these surfaces, it's important not to use harsh detergents. Harsh detergents can damage the finish of your car. Instead, opt for a mild soap and water solution. If you're unsure about what kind of soap to use, consult your car's owner manual. You can also ask professionals at your local car wash. They will be able to recommend a soap that is safe to use on your car's finish. Now that you've cleaned the surfaces of your car, it's time to move on to the next step.
4. Don't Use the Sponge
Just like harsh detergents, sponges can also damage the finish of your car. When cleaning the surfaces of your car, it's best to use a soft cloth. This will help avoid any scratches. If you must use a sponge, be sure to use a very soft one. Soft cloths and sponges can be found at most auto supply stores. In addition, make sure to use a separate cloth for each surface. For example, use one cloth for the dashboard and another for the door panels. This will help avoid cross-contamination. Now that you've cleaned the surfaces of your car, it's time to move on to the next step.
5. Carefully Rinse It
Rinsing your car is an important step in keeping it looking clean and new. Many people don't realize the importance of this step, and as a result their cars quickly become covered in dirt and dust. In order to get the best results, it's important to know how to rinse your car properly. First, start by rinsing the entire car with water. However, keep in mind that you should use a hose with low pressure as high pressure can damage the finish of your car. Next, focus on one section at a time and rinse it thoroughly. Be sure to pay special attention to areas that are prone to dirt and grime build-up. Finally, dry your car with a soft cloth or chamois and move on to the next step.
6. Polish It
After your car is clean and dry, it's time to polish it. Polishing your car will help restore its shine and protect the finish. When polishing your car, be sure to use high-quality polish. In addition, be sure to follow the instructions on the label. Some polishes require you to apply them in direct sunlight, while others need to be applied in the shade. If you're unsure about which polish to use, consult your car's owner manual or ask a professional at your local auto supply store. Once you've applied the polish, allow it to dry. And that's it! You've now learned how to clean your car the right way.
By following these simple tips, you can keep your car looking clean and new for years to come. So what are you waiting for? Get out there and start cleaning!
Howdy! I’m John Robinson from Levittown, New York. I am a mechanical engineer for 15 years and already had an established car repair company. I developed a personal relationship with cars since I was a kid. I always love the sounds and smell emitted by a car or truck and even at construction machinery. Since then I have been married but my love for cars only grew.