Proper car polishing does not only help a vehicle retain its attractive exterior appearance but preserves its resale value as well.
Chicago, IL (PRWEB) April 23, 2013
In continuing celebration of Car Care Month, Car Finder Service publishes Car Care Tip #23: “Polish Smart.” This is the 23rd installment in the 2013 Car Care Tips program which aims to help car consumers know how to properly polish the vehicles they own. The article goes live on April 23, 2013.
Car Care Tip #23 reveals that keeping one’s car shiny not only pleases the eye but at the same time preserves resale value. The article stressed that most car consumers don’t really know how to polish the vehicles they own, thereby causing premature deterioration. To avoid this from happening, Tip #23 enumerates some of the basic steps on how to polish a car properly.
Car Care Tip #23 suggests that car consumers should first make sure that the vehicle are clean before doing the polishing job. After cleaning, the article reminds consumers that they should prevent their vehicles from totally drying up since polishing a wet car is easier.
Aside from that, Tip #23 recommends the use of an appropriate compound, damp and clean pad, and a spinning wheel when polishing a car. Using said materials makes the job more manageable and assures an attractive finish.
Tip #23 also reminds the consumers that the vehicle should be washed again and totally dried before applying the wax coating with the help of an orbital sander. The article provides hints on getting best results on the application of the wax coating in a back and forth motion, with the orbital sander running at a medium speed.
Finally, Car Care Tip #23 instructs consumers to wipe the remaining wax coating on the vehicle’s surface using a microfiber towel and allow the car to dry under direct sunlight.
In celebration of Car Care Month, the 2013 Car Care Tips Program is designed to help consumers of popular family vehicle manufacturers - such as Toyota and Ford - take proper care of their vehicles by publishing one new article each day.
Check Car Finder Service each day in April to learn a new money-saving maintenance lesson. Consumers will gain tips on basic mechanics such as replacing brake pads, spark plugs, and worn discs. They will learn new ways to clean their car and keep the vehicle's exterior and interior appearance in good condition. They’ll even learn which models to choose to avoid extra maintenance efforts.
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