How to Keep Your Car Clean

Regular carwashes keep vehicles spiffed, shined, and protected from the elements. But sometimes folks don’t have the opportunity to visit Towne Lake’s Carwash and Detail as frequently as they’d like. If you have a job interview, date, or parent-teacher meeting and want your vehicle to impress, here are 4 quick tips for cleaning between carwashes.

How to Clean a Car Between Washes

  1. tire washSpit shine the exterior. Wipe down obviously dirty surfaces on the exterior of the car. This typically includes headlights, windshields, and curves on the paint where rain spots and dirt are clearly visible. And don’t forget the rear bumper! Use a gentle cleaning solution and microfiber cloth for between carwash touch ups.
  2. Pick up. Nothing looks junkier than mail tossed haphazardly on the dashboard. Take a few minutes to clean out old coffee cups, work papers, and kids toys abandoned on the seats. You’ll be surprised at how quickly you can transform the appearance of your automobile.
  3. Shake out the floor mats. We track a lot of debris into our cars: mud, grass, and bits of dried leaves, to name a few. Luckily there’s a two minute solution to the messy floor problem: shake out the floor mats. Don’t have any? Visit Towne Lake’s Carwash and Detail for your bimonthly carwash and stock up on all-weather vinyl floor mats while you wait.
  4. Shine the tires. It’s amazing what a difference a little polish can make. Dress your car to impress by cleaning the wheels and spraying a shine agent on the tires. Your car will go from “dingy” to “distinguished” in no time flat.

To keep your car in top shape, wash and wax at least once a month. Schedule your carwash online at Towne Lake’s Carwash and Detail.

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