Guide step by step how to clean your car
Every minute you need to wash your car. It is important to remove dirt and dirt because they can cause faster corrosion of the car. Washing also helps keep the car look great! If you need to save time, you can use the dishwasher, but here is our step-by-step guide for hand washing your car.
Prepare the car to wash the car
Do not park your car in direct sunlight as premature drying can leave traces of varnish, and the car will also be hot, causing faster evaporation of water than needed! To prevent water from entering the car, please check that all windows and doors are properly closed. Pull the wipers out of the glass. Dress up a suitable outfit because you’re probably wet and soapy!
Prepare everything you need
You will need a hose, a bucket, a sponge, a brush, a fingerless gloves, cleaning agents. The car wash process requires plenty of water, which will vary according to the size of the car (and how dirty it is). You will also need 2 to 3 pairs of fingerless gloves and a brush suitable for tire cleaning. Microfiber towels or towels are useful for drying the car. You can buy a car wash in local stores and, when mixing with water, follow the manufacturer’s recommendations.
Pre-wash the car
Pre-wash will help remove free dirt and get it from hard-to-reach areas. It is best to remove as many free dirt in this way as possible so that the washing gloves do not get too dirty. Pre-wash is also recommended to use as it helps to remove road debris, salt and insects. Always follow the manufacturer’s recommendations for pre-wash, because the product should only be left on the car for a few minutes and then washed. WD-40 Multi-Use-Product is great for removing insects, dirt, old stickers, bird droppings and much more!
Clean the wheels
Wheels are the most polluted parts of the car. Clean them with a suitable brush for cleaning the wheels and then use a soapy gloves.
Use a cleaning gauge to clean the vehicle surface. To make your car really clean, pay close attention to areas that are dirtiest. Do not use a brush on the vehicle as this may cause scratches. Rinse the vehicle thoroughly to remove the detergent. If necessary, repeat the process. Hold the vehicle as wet as possible, if any areas begin to dry, they may leave stains that are more difficult to polish.
Drying the car
Microfiber towels are great because they absorb water very well, maybe you will have to use several. Wipe the car completely so that no water is left on it, as it could cause rust. Once your car is dry, polish it with car wax. Use WD-40 Multi-Use-Product to lubricate and protect parts that can be cut through. You can also use WD-40 for scratches and scratches.