If you take care of your car, it’ll last longer and give you more value. In this blog post, we’ll go into detail about what you can do to clean and protect your car so that it lasts longer and looks better.
Water is the bane of your car’s existence and can cause a lot of damage to it. Water is corrosive, meaning it can eat away at metal and paint. When water gets into your car through the windows or doors, it will do all sorts of nasty things to your vehicle:
- Water can cause rust on chrome trim pieces (examples: door handles) and other metal parts.
- Water creates mold that grows on wet surfaces like upholstery and carpeting—this leads to an unpleasant odor that’s hard to get rid of with just vacuuming!
- Mildew grows in damp areas such as under carpet mats or seat belts where there isn’t much airflow (because they don’t get washed very often). This foul-smelling fungus needs to be cleaned off quickly because if left untreated too long, the mildew will spread throughout your entire interior before you know what hit ya! Worst case scenario: mold spores get into your lungs when you’re driving around town causing an allergic reaction called “Sick Building Syndrome”…which could lead eventually develop into serious respiratory problems like asthma.”
Cars don’t get enough sunlight, but they can be exposed to just as much pollution.
You should also think about the pollution in your city. Cars are exposed to just as much pollution as people are, but they can’t escape it. Pollution clogs up a car’s engine and causes damage over time. The more you drive, the more likely you are to see some rust spots on your car or damage from rust. If a vehicle has been sitting idle for a while, it may need an overhaul before you put it back on the road again—but that will cost money!
This isn’t just something that affects older cars either; newer cars have sensors that measure pollution levels inside their engines and make adjustments accordingly. But these sensors aren’t perfect, so even newer cars can still suffer from wear-and-tear caused by high levels of pollutants in the air around us all day, every day (especially if they live near heavy traffic areas).
Your car could be covered in yellow pollen that collects on the surface.
Yellow pollen is difficult to remove from your car’s surface. It can get lodged in the crevices of your vehicle, making it hard to remove with a soft brush or vacuum. A car wash will not remove yellow pollen from your paint job; it will only make it worse if you’re not careful.
If you want to find out more about detailing and protecting your automobile from yellow pollen damage, contact Fermoys today!
Car wax doesn’t last forever.
Car wax is not a long term solution. We’re not saying it doesn’t work, but you need to understand how and why it works. When you apply car wax on your paintwork, it fills in the tiny pores that make your paint look dull and flat. In addition to filling these pores, car wax also forms a protective layer over your car’s surface. This layer is essential for protecting against scratches, rust and UV rays (which break down any kind of protection).
When using a high quality product like Fermoys products, this protective layer will last up to around six months if done regularly (every 3-4 weeks) depending on climate conditions such as humidity levels etc.. However once this layer has worn off there are only two options: 1) re-apply another coat of wax or 2) use an alternative method such as sealant & polish protection instead
Tires will get worn, and they’ll need replacing eventually.
Tires wear down over time, and they’re not meant to last forever. While you can replace them every five or ten years, it’s also important to keep an eye on the tread depth—if you notice it’s low enough that the tire is completely worn down then they need replacing immediately.
Tires get worn down by friction between car and road surface, and by heat generated during driving (especially in warm weather). When tires are worn beyond their recommended limits there are some dangers involved:
- Tires may fail suddenly without warning—this could cause an accident or endanger other drivers on the road.
- Worn tires contribute significantly to pollution from vehicles because they produce more gas emissions than new ones would.
Brakes will eventually wear down and need replacing.
You’re probably familiar with the importance of brakes. They keep you safe when you’re driving, after all! Brakes are also expensive to replace, so if your brakes are worn down or need replacing, it should be done by a professional. However, there are some basic things you can do before calling a mechanic in case your car starts making funny noises or vibrations while braking—and that includes cleaning the brake rotors and drums!
Keep in mind: the brake pads themselves will eventually wear out as well; this is normal and does not mean there is anything wrong with them. It just means they’ve reached their end-of-life and need to be replaced as well (which can be done by anyone).
Enzymes from the rubberized parts of your car absorb moisture from the air.
Enzymes are proteins that help break down organic matter. Enzymes in the rubberized parts of your car absorb moisture from the air, which can lead to rusting. To prevent this, use Fermoys to clean and protect your car’s rubberized parts regularly.
Everything will collect some rust spots eventually, but you can minimize that.
It is important to keep your car dry, and to protect it from the rain. If you live in a wet area, consider getting a cover for your car so that it can be kept safe and dry. This will help prevent rusting on the outside of your vehicle.
If you do find that there are some rust spots developing on your vehicle after using it frequently in damp weather conditions, then we at Fermoys recommend using a product like P21S Total Body Wash Aerosol Spray which can help remove these stains.
Cleaning and protecting your car can help prevent damage, so take a few minutes every now and then to do it properly
- Cleaning and protecting your car can help prevent damage, so take a few minutes every now and then to do it properly.
- To start with, wash the car with soap and water. Washing the exterior of your vehicle will remove dirt and grime that has accumulated on its surface during normal use. Before washing, park in a shady spot if possible because sunlight can fade paint over time.
- Next, wax or polish the surface of your car’s paint job using liquid or paste-based products made specifically for this purpose (look for an easy-to-use applicator sponge). You can also use a sponge to apply polishing compounds directly onto the surface of your vehicle’s bodywork—this method is especially useful when working under tight spaces such as bumpers or wheel arches where there isn’t enough room to use an applicator brush effectively. After applying these substances evenly across all painted areas of your vehicle’s exterior—including windows—clean any excess product off by wiping gently with a microfiber cloth soaked in soapy water until everything looks good again!
We know cleaning your car isn’t the most exciting thing to do, but it’s worth it. If you’re looking for a cheap way to keep your vehicle looking nice, try Fermoys!