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How to successfully detail your car When you buy a new car it comes to you spotless washed polished and dressed After a while the bright shine of amorall begins to fade and that showroom shine is no longer at show room condition French fries begin to gather straw wrappers appear the ever-present coffee stain on the carpeting and even animal hair collects all which demolishes the clean appearance of your prized automobile When owning a new car you need to know how to reestablish that beautiful finish The first thing you should know when detailing a car is the importance of washing and polishing the cars exterior then comes the dreadful interior after that is the detailed cleaning that makes or breaks the cars appearance First you must pick a perfect day to detail your car the weather must be fair the sun should be blocked by the occasional cloud or two and for your comfort it should be mildly warm out Pull the car up to a shaded area close to a long garden with water pressure to spare Make sure the windows are closed and then begin to pre-rinse the car to get any easily removed dirt off of the car not doing this will result in scratching of the paint when washing with soap Second you should later up a nice bucket of car wash and with a knotted hair glove thoroughly scrub every inch of the cars paint and windows If some of the dirt or squashed bugs from fast highway travel get some bleach-white car cleaner and with a bug pad apply the cleaner directly to the sponge and lightly scrub the car with the bug pad Once again you must rinse the car off with the hose you must be sure to remove every last bubble not doing so will leave your car with unsightly streaks in the paint Now comes the most over looked
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