Honda cars cleaning guide

Regardless of the season, your Honda car must always be clean and nice because part contributes to the performance of the car as a whole. A well maintained exterior, aside from the good looks, is also a stepping stone in achieving your Honda's consistently great performance. You definitely would not want damage on your Honda bumper, windows or doors.

A simple way of avoiding this is trimming down trees or shrubs that touch the surfaces of you Honda car. Washing your car should be a habit, most especially if there is noticeable dirt or debris. At least once a month, let your car experience the washing it deserves. Things like bugs, bird's dropping, or limestone dripping deteriorate the paint marking permanent stains if not washed off in time. All the moisture quickly dries up when the car is clean. But when it is dirty, the moisture accumulates in dirty areas that cause corrosion.

At least once in a while use a pressure wash. It really helps because it removes the dirt from difficult to reach areas. Make sure to wash off all the areas where the dirt and salt could be accumulated such as behind moldings, inside wheel arches, under the bumpers, etc. After winter, it is particularly helpful to wash out all the salt accumulations that rush the corrosion process. Waxing your car regularly helps in protecting the paint, reducing harsh effects of chemicals and protecting the paint from fading. Additionally, the car looks shiny.

It takes only about 30 minutes to wax a whole car but a high quality car wax stays on the car for three to four months. Any product needs to be reapplied periodically in order to maintain protective coat. Undercoating and rust proofing your vehicle will also be a huge help especially if you live in an area with high humidity, or where the salt use is common in winter months. A part of the brake system located underneath a car may be completely rusted in just 5 years in a high humidity, coastal area. In the long run, one of the brake lines can burst and the car will have no brakes. Make sure to properly undercoat and rust proof your car to protect important components from corrosion.

Repairing stone chips as soon as possible is also necessary. If not repaired at the right time, it will cause corrosion. All you need is a matching spray paint and a tooth pick. But if you have touch-up paint with the brush, you can use it instead. For a few minutes, shake the spray paint very well.

And then, spray very small amount into the cap. Slightly deep the end of the toothpick into the paint cap. After that, everything would be fine.

A well looking exterior of a Honda car is a huge determinant of being a responsible owner. Aside from that, you can be assured that your car will perform well and not look disgusting, thereby giving you comfort and pleasure while driving.

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