Is grooming your car hard, cleaning your car worth it.

Is grooming your car hard, cleaning your car worth it.

Is grooming your car hard, cleaning your car worth it.

Those without any prior experience and knowledge of doing this service-intensive process but with patience, and attention to detail can be well worth it and rewarding, the results can be fantastic for personal enjoyment or to increase resale value. 

1. Gather your equipment:

Some essential items before you embark on your car detailing journey: microfiber towels, detailing brushes, and interior cleaners (for leather, fabric, and plastic). (car wash soap, wheel cleaner, wax or sealant and dual-action polisher.

2. Exterior Car Wash:

A thorough car wash starts with the basic foundation-quality car wash soap and pay attention to your existing wax and paint protection. Be careful from dirt  recontamination so alway's have two buckets on hand, also special attention to lower body panels, wheels and wells tend to accumulate more grime.

3. Polishing

Before polishing, decontamination is required by removing bonded contaminants from the car’s surface. Car polishing is an advanced step so due care needs to be taken by removing fine swirl marks, light scratches, and other imperfections. Use a dual-action polisher with a suitable polishing pad and mild abrasive polish, know need to rush to achieve a flawless result.

4. Glass Cleaning:

Clean windows inside and out to ensure-clear visibility, quality glass cleaner and a microfiber towel to remove streaks and smudges.

5. Interior Detailing:

Focus by decluttering any rubbish and vacuum the seats mats and carpets. Use cleaning products  for leather, fabric and plastic area's. Detailing air vents and holders etc. Consider applying a fabric or leather protectant to guard against spills and stains for the upholstery.