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If you're like me, you often find cleaning your car a chore that takes up valuable weekend time that could be spent with friends or family.
Scrubbing stubborn brake dust and insect guts can take a long time, however, when you see the final results, it's worth the time to thoroughly clean the car's paint and interior.Plus, it can make your car feel brand new!
Here are our top 10 cleaning items for your car and how to get the best results with the least amount of effort:
1. Bucket and sponge
The most popular method is to prepare two buckets of water, one with soapy water and the other with clean water.With this device, you can rinse the sponge with clean water to remove any dirt and debris before putting it back in foam.
Buying the best quality sponge or hand gloves will reduce paint scratches on your car.Many companies offer high quality scrubbing pads made of lamb wool that can be thoroughly cleaned while protecting the fragile surface of the paint.
It's best to have two MATS or sponges - one on the top half of the car and one on the bottom, dirtier part.This reduces the risk of dragging dust and particles from the underside of the vehicle and scraping the paint.
2. Throwing grain guard plate
This small device is located at the bottom of the bucket and prevents dust and grit from swirling around and being sucked up by your hand pad or sponge.
Simply wipe the sponge or pad on the coarse sand shield after running it on the car to remove and trap dirt and dirt, leaving you with a clean pad to continue cleaning.
3. Washing liquid
There are all kinds of car washes on the market. How do you know which one to choose?Always find a liquid with a pH as close to neutral as possible.This will remove hard water spots that can stay in your paint job due to minerals in the main water.
Choose a bubbling liquid to help remove grit and dirt from the paint.Some products offer car washes and a bottle of wax.While this may save some time, it does not provide as much protection or gloss as the polish and wax alone.
4. Wheel cleaner and wheel brush
Your wheels are prone to dust from brakes and road dust and tar, making it difficult to keep clean.
Use an appropriate cleanser designed specifically for your wheels to remove stubborn grit and dirt.It is even more effective when combined with a wheel brush.
Simply spray cleaner on the surface of your wheels, use a brush to remove brake dust and dirt, and then rinse to get your wheels back to showroom condition!
Be sure to test the cleaner on a small part of the wheel first to make sure it doesn't damage the surface of the wheel -- some cleaners do contain small amounts of acid.