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It’s summer time, and you may be putting some wear and tear on your car from summer vacation or simply  from toting your family around from various activities. Making your car look good doesn’t have to be hard. Here are some tips you can use to get your car looking great, either on your own or by using MILES Auto Spa to freshen up your car.

Wash & Dry

When washing your car, there are a few key things to remember to maximize your cars brilliance inside and out. The first thing to remember is to not allow the dead bugs, leaves, and bird droppings to accumulate. The chemicals from these bugs, leaves, and droppings can eat away at the paint on the car. If left on for too long, the damage can require sanding and repainting the area to properly correct.

Clay Bar Detailing

Clay bars are similar to a mix of Play Dough and Silly Putty, ranging in malleability, color, aggressiveness and price based on brand and purpose. Clay bars are sold by many different detailing supply manufacturers. Most consumer grade products are very mild and are found in a kit that includes a quick detailer spray, a clay bar and occasionally, a microfiber towel and small bottle of wax.

The Right Way To Wash A Car

When washing your car, there are a few key things to remember to maximize your cars brilliance inside and out. The first thing to remember is to not allow the dead bugs, leaves, and bird droppings to accumulate. The chemicals from these bugs, leaves, and droppings can eat away at the paint on the car. If left on for too long, the damage can require sanding and repainting the area to properly correct.

Cleaning Windows

Cleaning your car’s glass is vital to both your cars look and its safety. For the best look, it is best to clean both the interior and exterior glass. When cleaning the interior, cleaners are being used to remove bodily oils, smoke residue, or the moisture from breathing inside the vehicle from the glass.

Detailing Trim

Many cars have trim parts of made of plastic, rubber, anodized aluminum, or even painted metal. When cleaning trim parts, it is important to know which material is on your car in order to know what to use to clean those parts. On smooth black plastic, any vinyl or rubber dressing can be used, with ultraviolet protection to prevent sun fading the trim. For heavily-faded trim, dye systems can be used to restore the full color to your car’s trim.

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