Good maintenance depends on the right application and the right product. You need to determine the most appropriate car care plan for your needs (Hot Car Care). The age of the car, the color, the environment in which it is used and the frequency of use are the determining factors. Use products that provide flexibility in planning, while maintaining focus on results.

There is a basic renaissance process that begins with the first proper application and is reduced by about a third depending on the condition of the car surface during the initial application. Healthy, well-nourished paint, leather and vinyl will remain healthy and will be used sparingly thereafter.

Washing should be a continuous process, starting two or three times a month. Clean at least every five to six months, depending on the severity of the dirt and food.

Paint cleaning

Oxidation (hunger) occurs when the paint loses its natural oil. Even mild soaps can accelerate this condition, and commercial detergent car wash products can cause paint failure.

For years, luxury car manufacturers have recommended cleaning cars only with cold water. To avoid damaging the paint, use a car wash made of very soft, low pH essential oil that is completely dispersed in cold or hot water (not hot water!). Surfactants reduce surface tension and increase the natural solubility of water. The essential oil will dissolve into droplets of micron diameter. These “droplets” will wrap the particles on the surface and allow the particles to be cleaned without scratching the surface of the wax. A small portion of the top is cleaned and rinsed frequently. Wipe dry with two (2) soft plush towels.

Wash the wheel

Brake dust can irreversibly damage the surface of the wheel. If the powder remains in contact with the surface of the heated wheel, the adhesive used to mold the brake pad will be etched and shredded. Low pH, non-corrosive, non-phosphorus, low pH wheel cleaner designed to break the bond between brake pads and aluminum or steel painted and coated aluminum alloy wheels. Do not rinse or rinse any wheels directly after driving the vehicle. Sudden temperature changes can damage the wheels and rotor. Allow the wheels to cool before washing. The wheel cleaner concentrate can be diluted to the power required for your wheel’s specific conditions and cleaning rate. Apply wheel cleaner to the dry wheels for best results and brush the wheels with a very soft, dense brush and rinse with cold water.

Always turn off the nozzles on the wheel cleaner bottle to prevent leakage. Wipe dry with a soft, clean towel.

Cleaning paint

Paints, such as any surface exposed to the elements, stains, stains, and in many cases, are exposed to burns. Sun and acid rain commit more crimes than any other criminal. The purpose of cleaning is to remove foreign matter and repair damage caused by exposure. Neutral cleaning astringents are used which have the property of penetrating and releasing captured dirt, impurities and coatings that adhere to the primary painted surface (Hot Car Care) during the first application. The natural oil product will adhere to the released deposit for ease of handling. Use a small portion of the cleaner to work under moderate pressure. Use a simple towel to polish the surface. Do not wipe the painted surface with abrasive or corrosive materials. Abrasive cleaners can only be used by professionals, especially on new automotive surfaces where special acrylics are applied.

Wax painting

It uses real natural waxes without cleansing properties. With pure wax, natural oils and waxes will adhere to the coating and harden quickly without leaving stains or traditional white deposits. The excess wax can be removed with an unpolished plush towel and cleaned again. Apply wax to dry cars on dry days because most natural waxes are hygroscopic (naturally absorbing moisture) to prevent scratching. Wipe small areas with minimal wax.