Sawdhan! Protect Your Car From Rain Water

Sawdhan! Protect Your Car From Rain Water

One of the most important times to wash your car is immediately after a rainfall. Many people think that when the car sits under the rain, that the rain water will wash the dirt and salt off the car. Not true. Actually, rain water can cause even more damage than it helps.

As rain falls, it collects pollutants and contaminants from the air and this water etched its way into the paint and caused defects. The only way to remove the etching is to polish and buff it out with a dual action polisher and Speed Car Wash professional buffing pads. Even after a short rainfall, rainwater and pollutants collect on your vehicle. The rain water eventually evaporates, leaving a thin layer of pollutants that can damage your car’s finish. The longer you leave the pollutants and contamination on your vehicle’s finish, the more damage it will inflict on your cars paint finish. Snow and sleet can also result in some damaging effects and are often compounded by chemicals in road salt.
Road salts are very harmful to a car’s paint surface. Speed Car Wash is recommended that you wash your car no more than 10 days after driving on a road treated with road salt. Many people are very busy, and time always plays a factor. In reality, washing your car, even once every two weeks, can be a great way to protect your car from salt that can eat away at the exterior of your car and create rust. When you do get your car washed, make sure that you wash it with clean water. Avoid any car washes that use recycled water to wash your car. Many car washes use
very aggressive “soaps” that will strip away any wax or sealant off your car’s paint finish. Salt is especially bad underneath the car, under the fenders, and the back of the vehicle, as it will whip up behind the car as one is driving.

Always wash your car as soon as possible after driving in salt conditions. It is often a good idea to head straight to the
car wash after it rains or the temperature is warmer than 35 degrees. This is because the salt may actually eat away at the exterior of your car faster when it gets warmer out.

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