How To Wash The Car’s Exterior
The paint is the car’s most important rust protection. A proper sponge wash of your car exposes rust and makes it shine!
To wash your car easily:
- Degrease the car first (dry car).
- Rinse thoroughly with a high pressure washer or garden hose.
- Also flush inside wheel arches, under the car and the bumpers.
- Sponge washes the car with car soap and bucket.
- Feel free to wash and rinse the soap part by part.
- Wash the rims and rinse.
- Wipe the entire car with a microfiber cloth or chamois leather.
Find a shady spot
It does not have to be 20 degrees for an external sink. A few degrees of heat is enough to get rid of dirt and grime, but avoid direct sunlight.
Many Bilvask offer washing programs that rinse the car both around the wheels and underneath, but it is best to take a proper round with a high-pressure washer or garden hose, bucket and sponge. Once you are up and running, you should wash your car and empty it of rubbish inside.
If you wash your car even more thoroughly, you should also consider polishing it. A polish “seals” the paint and makes it more resistant. With a little self-effort and simple investment, you can do something yourself to keep the value loss on your car as small as possible.
How to wash the car’s inside
With simple grips, you get a light new car feeling, better indoor climate, and a clean car interior. Here are our tips for car interiors.
To wash the inside of the car:
- Clean the car and throw away all rubbish
- Take out the mats and vacuum the car
- Wash the car’s inside
- Make it easy
A car that is spotlessly clean on the outside should also be clean on the inside, but you do not have to set aside many hours to wash the inside every time. Sometimes it actually means that you clean, empty rubbish and shake the mats, while other times you can go to work more thoroughly. It also makes the interior sink easier for you.
You need this for internal washing
There are lots of different equipment, chemicals, cloths, etc., which in many cases can make the cleaning job easier. But most of the time, the simplest is the best. Then you manage with simple aids; you just need a vacuum cleaner, some microfiber cloths, a window spray and a bucket of washing water.
If there are difficult stains in the car and a lot of dirt, stronger detergents may be more appropriate to use. But remember that when using strong cleaning agents, you need to find the agents that are suitable for the surface on which you are going to use them. And read the operating instructions carefully before you start. For example, leather seats have their own cleansers and treatment agents to preserve the leather.
If you use funds intended for something else, you can get stains and in the worst case, destroy the skin.
Clean the car first and throw rubbish
Throw away rubbish and clean things that should not be in the car. Look under the front and side seats for paper and other items that may have fallen between the seats.
You can advantageously remove things that are loose in the console and cavities in the car, so that it is easier for you to access with a vacuum cleaner and a dust cloth. Feel free to put them in a bag while you work. Also remember to clean the trunk.