How To Clean The Outside Of Your Car: Lawn Care

You’re used to cleaning the inside, but what about the outside? The outside of your car, of course, so get into the swing of things. This article from The Wall Street Journal is a great place to start.

To clean your car, you may first want to decide whether it needs a quick wash or an extensive scrub. Then, if you choose the car-related jobs (lawn care, vacuuming, car wash) be sure to use enough suds to completely wash the car. You may not even need to spray the tires. The article includes a helpful table that lists the number of pounds of suds needed to get the job done.

You can get a free, professional car wash from Kmart. They offer several car washes. It doesn’t matter what kind of car you have, so long as you’ve gotten your car waxed previously and have a properly stored car wax.

You can also give your car oil a thorough cleaning with a car wash. The oil will help to kill dirt and grime. Here’s an article about how to wash your car.

The same as waxing, use plenty of suds. The car can go in the car wash, or you can put the car in the driveway. This will help to completely wash the car, but you should spray the tires a few times throughout the cleaning process.

Once a car is clean, you can treat it to protect it from moisture while you’re doing the car washing. A car washing spray can protect the paint, and there are several products that you can use.

You’ll need to spray it at the correct angle, so keep the foam tip on the car, and spray near the windshield.

It makes sense to do this before you go in the car, because once they’re in a car, the moisture in the air can lead to rusting. Also, the paint will probably crack when you spray the foam, so you’ll need to clean the area immediately afterward with a water based spray.

To prevent rust from cracking your car, you’ll need to follow some of the same techniques, so if you do go in the car after the car wash, and spray a water based spray in the area, make sure you follow this step as well. It will prevent the rust from growing and ruining your paint.

As with the car wash, if you do a paint cleaning after the first car wash, you’ll want to follow up with a water spray in the car wash to protect the paint and clean it away.

When it comes to vacuuming your car, the same instructions apply. In addition to following the directions for the previous step, be sure to turn on the vacuum before coming into contact with your car by the door. Some parts of a car, like the tires, can get pretty dry, so you can try to give them one more dusting with the vacuum before bringing them back inside.

If you have dry carpet or hardwood flooring, you can give them a thorough vacuum. Vacuuming your car after the car wash or paint cleaning helps protect the car from moisture during the washing, and it also speeds up the process by removing any dust you might have missed.

Remember to use plenty of suds to completely rinse your car. You don’t want to use the same amount that you used with the car wash. This helps the car shine in the light after it’s dried, and it will also make the car a lot easier to clean.

It’s also a good idea to treat your car with a car wash or a paint/fiber/tint. Doing so will protect your car from further rusting. To learn more about waxes (we prefer car wax), wax coats, and car polishes, check out these articles on the DIYP blog.