It’s a weekend! How good it is to wash your car and take care of it at the same time. Washing removes certain residues that have come into contact with your car. You will be amazed at the amount of dirt that accumulates inside and outside your car. Washing is like washing, but you can only bathe your car once or twice a month and that would be enough. All car detailing processes start with washing your car, and then everyone else follows. You can’t put on new clothes and perfumes without bathing now, can you? Well, for some people it is, but it’s not really the way to go.
How do you manage the correct washing technique for your car? Continue reading…
Rinsing is carried out at the beginning and end of the car bath. You should rinse your car thoroughly to remove loose dirt and the accumulated dirt will be softened. Use a hose with overflowing water, but make sure the spray isn’t hard enough to hurt your car or soft enough to miss your target. Strong water jets can also scratch the car, so excessive water pressure is not recommended. Detailers would prefer the water to flow freely over the car or out of the hose without having to use a nozzle.
2. Detergent consumption.
When you “soap” your car, be sure to use the type of detergent made specifically for your car, not just the one you use in your kitchen or bathroom. Do not use dish soap or liquids as these are too strong which will contribute to scratching your car and stripping the wax.
In a simpler context, that’s all there is to it. Now that you have prepared your equipment and tools, you can now mix your cleaning product according to the manufacturer’s instructions. Dip your mitt or sponge into the bucket of water containing the mixed solution. Before you do anything else, you should follow these guidelines to keep your car safe.
• Be generous with water and detergent. You can use an average of 3-4 buckets of water for a small car and 5-6 buckets for a medium-sized car.
• Washing should be done in sections. Start at the top. This makes rinsing relatively easier. After finishing the roof, you can move on to the door, fender, and other parts of the car. Be sure to rinse well between parts. After soaping, you need to rinse so that no film forms. The suds will dry out the soap and leave a nasty stain.
• Immediately after washing the parts, you must wash or rinse the whole body. Use plenty of water to make sure all the soap is rinsed off. Don’t leave cracks, crevices and corners for the soap to penetrate and hide.
• If you are not satisfied with the first wash, do it a second time. It is better to see acceptable results than to be satisfied with what has been done. There’s no harm in washing the second time, because in detail, the first wash is just your way of introducing cleaning.
The first wash removed most of the visible dirt and the second washed off the rest of the dirt. This is what makes a good car detail.