Remove Any DebrisWith a number of summer storms in our future, it's important to remove any debris from your vehicle in a timely manor. Whether it's pollen, leaves, or dust, these particles can bake onto your vehicle's paint in the heat of the summer and cause damage. Along with heat causing damage from debris, during a windy day or driving down the highway, these particles can scratch the surface of your vehicle as they blow around.
Wash, Wash, WashKeep your paint looking fresh and clean by washing it frequently. Especially if you park your vehicle outside, consider washing your ride more frequently to remove any grime and dirt that builds up throughout the day and overnight. Whether you wash your car at home or go to a local car wash, it's important to remove all dirt and grime from your paint's surface.
Dry Your Car
Shine Up The PaintA layer of wax on top of your car's finish can help protect it from debris scratches, as well as the ultraviolet rays of the sun. The sun's rays can lead to faded paint color and wear down the clear coat that protects your vehicle's exterior. Wax adds an additional buffer and helps to protect damage from the sun, especially in the summer months.
Keep an Eye on the ConditionAs you drive your vehicle this summer, keep an eye on the paint to ensure damage does not proceed. To keep the condition of your paint in tip-top shape, address any issues that you notice happening, especially in the summer when heat and other elements can cause further damage to your paint.
You're now ready to start protecting the paint on your car to keep it shining all summer long! With these tips in hand, you can prepare your ride for the heat of summer, before it is upon us. If you're dreaming about a new ride to protect this summer, our dealership in California, MO is here for you! We have a wide selection of new and used vehicles, ideal for you and your family. Contact us today if you want to schedule a test drive of one of the rides on our lot!
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