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The frequency with which you wash your car may vary based on your location and the kind of driving you do. You may need to wash your car more often than usual if you drive on dirt roads or streets that have been salted. If you want to keep the exterior in good shape and the paint job protected, you should wash your car once a week (or every other week at the very least).
A glass cleaner is an item specifically designed to clean glass. The chemical composition is designed to eliminate debris from a hard glass surface; paint is not a hard glass surface. Glass cleaners can be used to remove wax in addition to cleaning the glass.
An automatic car wash shouldn’t harm your alloy wheels unless they use harsh chemicals or brushes on the tyres. If you have any worries about your tires, make sure to ask ahead of time. However, aluminum wheels are safe to use in a car wash.
Your car can go through the car wash if its paint has cured. Most vehicle paint jobs need 30 days to cure. Remember that dealership cars are fully repaired. To be sure, consult a local body shop.
Oxidation from prolonged sunlight causes your car’s paint to age and decay, making it look dull. Clean your car twice to three times a week and wax it once a year. This keeps your car shiny.
Automated car washes may not remove all road tar or tree sap, depending on its severity. Ask your car wash for a special cleaner (usually provided at an additional charge).