Now that you have discovered Tidal Wave Auto Spas, the questionremains; is there something you can do to keep your new car shine after all that wonderful washing. And the answer is a resounding yes!
Drying your car after washing is an extremely important step in maintaining that new car shine. Whether you allow the professionals at Tidal Wave to dry your car for you or you choose to do it yourself, be sure to do it! If you do it yourself, use chamois leather or a non-abrasive towel to get the job done. Leaving your car to air dry often leaves watermarks that are difficult to remove, not to mention unsightly.
Clean your windows! If your windows are dull and dirty, it makes the entire vehicle appear that way. Clean your windows with vinegar and water rather than window cleaners. Window cleaners can actually attract dirt! Use newspaper to dry and shine the glass after cleaning.
Many people think car polish is the product they need for a shiny car and in some ways it can be, but using it more than once or twice a year is too much. Use car polish sparingly to remove scratches and oxidized paint.
Car Wax is the product you need to help your car shine after it’s washed. You’ll want to apply it with a soft cloth and later wipe with a clean, dry cloth for super shine. Here are some great choices to keep your new car shine after the car wash.
- Turtle Wax – effective and highly rated, easy to apply, comes in both liquid and paste
- Mothers – carnauba wax, high on customer review lists
- Klasse High Gloss Sealant Glaze Car Wax – a concentrated glaze promising a protective seal against UV rays and pollutants
- Zaino –the characteristics of a car polish, highly reflective results of a car wax
- Meguair’s – professional results rating, effective and economical, available in liquid, paste, and spray-on versions
As you can see there are lots of home products to keep your new car shine after your car wash at Tidal Wave Auto Spas. Remember begin your car care with a gentle wash at Tidal Wave followed by chamois drying, vinegar and water window cleaning, polishing, and then waxing with one of the best home products mentioned above.