Water spots aren't just an aesthetic nightmare, they're also bad for your finish. Due to the contaminants in many types of water, these little spots have the potential to damage your vehicle paint job.
Spring has definitely arrived. You can tell from the birds chirping, the children playing outside, the flowers blooming, and of course, dreaded hayfever. Whether you suffer from hayfever or not, if pollen is making its way into your car, it could be a problem.
FIND THE SHADE It’s not always possible, but parking in a carport or undercover carpark is a great way to protect your car from UV rays and heat. You may also be tempted to park under a shady tree to keep your car cool, just be wary of trees that drop sap and the increased potential for bird droppings. If you do find any of these contaminants on your car make sure you have them removed as quickly as possible with a pH neutral car shampoo. Any shade is helpful to keep the temperature of your car down, with the interior of cars able to quickly reach 60-85 degrees Celsius when parked in direct sunlight. It’s a timely reminder that children, pets and perishables should not be left in cars in warm or hot weather, even when parked in the shade.
Welcome to the Wash Club, a Richmond exclusive service and your ticket to a perfectly clean and gleaming car all year ‘round. Devised to offer a safe, low cost car care option for those amongst us who know that a regular wash is the key to a long lasting duco.
If you’ve ever seen a car with baked on brake dust you’ll know how unsightly it becomes as the layers of dust build up over time. Not only can brake dust become corrosive if left unattended, but when you do finally clean the brake dust away you can scratch the surface of your rims and even your paintwork by moving the brake dust around if you’re not using the right cleaning products.