As springtime rolls around, there are some car care practices that need to be performed. Doing so will not only keep your vehicle looking great but also functioning properly. After your car has made it through a long, brutal winter, you must reward your car with a thorough cleaning. Follow these cleaning tips to get your vehicle primed and ready for spring.
2012-2013 brought the U.S. some of the worst drought disasters in history, carried through today with costly losses in agriculture and increased prices to consumers. News on the Weather Channel and other stations remind us of the need to conserve water not only to help the ecology but to lower our bills. The benefits of not using water to wash our cars are many. One car wash can at home can conserve up to 20-100 gallons of water.
Cars are expensive so you want to do everything that you can to keep your car in as good of shape as possible. One simple and effective way to protect the integrity of the body of your car is keeping it clean and free of things like grime and road salt. The key is to wash your car about once a week and make sure that you are doing it right so that your paint job remains in great condition.
Being eco-friendly and going green for the planet is a popular and important trend popping up across the world. From reusable bags and solar panels, to locally grown food and earth-friendly manufacturing, it is easy to find ways to keep the planet clean and healthy. However, did you ever consider all the water used to wash cars around the planet? The amount is staggering. The good news is that innovative products are now available to help you clean your car using very little water.
Tires, like shoes, are often the most commonly overlooked car accessory. But like a good pair of shoes, tires bring you to your desired destination in one piece. The importance of keeping them in top shape cannot be emphasized enough, especially when your car starts to feel wobbly or pulled in unintended directions. Here are five things to keep in mind to make your tires long-lasting.
Do-it-yourself projects often save a lot of money, but not when it comes to washing your car with water. Comparative studies show that up to 50 gallons of water are lost in commercial car wash companies (accounting for recycled water) while a whopping 100 gallons are wasted when doing it yourself at home! The fact that there are millions of cars that needed to be washed convert that paltry figure into billions of gallons of water lost each year to car washing alone.
Posted by Charles Willis - Dri Wash C2C on 1/22/2014
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It's -14 degrees Fahrenheit outside today and after thawing the frozen "Dri Wash n Guard" and warming up the F-350 pickup truck in the garage I "Dri Washed" my truck and still removed Salt & Winter Grime without scratching the paint job.