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Helpful Tips for Washing Your Car in the Summer Sun

By Product Expert | Posted in Tips and Tricks on Wednesday, May 15th, 2019 at 7:06 pm
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Everyone likes to have a clean and shiny car. The only way to do this is to regularly wash it. Washing your vehicle at a station can become expensive, so a lot of people opt to do it themselves when they can. This may be easy sometimes, but others it can be a little more challenging, like in the summer. Keep reading below to learn a few helpful tips to keep in mind this summer when you’re washing your car!


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Tips for Washing Your Vehicle in Summer

person drying hood of carThe summer sun can be relentless when there are no clouds in the sky. Because of this, if your vehicle is parked outside, it becomes very hot. This can make it difficult to wash because the hot surface makes the water evaporate quickly. In order to avoid this, try to find a shaded area to park your vehicle. This will help its surface area to cool down and make it easier to wash.

Gather all of your washing materials and check the labels of the products to ensure they don’t say anything about using them in direct sunlight. Begin washing by starting with the wheels. Then move on to washing the vehicle in smaller sections. This will give you time to wash, rinse and dry before the heat dries the soap and water for you leaving marks. Dry your vehicle with a microfiber towel to avoid unwanted water marks and streaks.

We hope that you found this blog form Krenzen helpful and that you can use it the next time you wash your vehicle on a hot day. If you are in the market for your next vehicle, be sure to keep us in mind. Stop by today or contact us with any questions!

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