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Properly Coat Your Car With Wax

Mar 27, 2023

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If you’re looking for a way to properly wax your vehicle to prepare it for Spring, then we have exactly what you’re looking for. No matter if you’re working by hand or with an electric buffer you can get your vehicle to look just as good as it did when it was fresh off the showroom floor. Check out these waxing tips to get you vehicle shinning like new for the Spring season.

How To Wax Your Vehicle

Clean your vehicle extensively before applying the wax of your choice to the vehicle. Next you’ll want to polish your vehicle to remove any leftover wax or dirt, and you should also remove any paint imperfections from the exterior of your vehicle. Now you’re ready to wax your vehicle.

  • Step 1: The best way to wax your vehicle is to apply your wax to a section of your vehicle and work slowly section by section.
  • Step 2: Take one side of a damp microfiber towel and rub the wax in to the panel. Make sure you take your time.
  • Step 3: Take the other side of the microfiber towel and buff out the remaining product.
  • Step 4: Repeat the process if necessary to get the desired results.

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Help Your Vehicle Look Good As New

You need a durable wax that can protect your vehicle from future damage because not everyone has the time to spend countless hours pampering your vehicle. By waxing your vehicle you are adding a protective layer that will keep your vehicle looking good as new. Make sure the weather is right for waxing, don’t attempt to wax your car in direct sunlight or in freezing temperatures. The most popular wax guises are liquid, paste, and spray. So, wax your vehicle and protect it from the harmful environmental factors and maintain the value and beauty of your vehicle.

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