Protect Your Car From Corrosion To Keep It Performing For Million Miles – Part 1

Wash your car regularly

  • Wash your car regularly at least once a month
  • When the car is clean, all the moisture dries up quickly
  • A dirty car is moist and collects organic matter that corrodes the metal of your car very fast
  • Use pressure wash to remove the dirt from behind moldings, inside wheel arches, under the bumpers
  • Pressure wash is very useful after winter season to remove all the salt collected to prevent corrosion process
  • Wash all the dirt from the windshield
  • Sand left clinging on the windshield caught under the wiper blades scratch the windshield when the wipers are used

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