Spring has sprung! The days are getting longer, the sun is shining brighter and the temperatures are starting to heat up. Many people partake in annual spring cleaning to spruce up their homes, clean windows and let some much-needed fresh air inside. While spring is a great time to clean the house, it is also an ideal time to clean your car.
Winter is rough on our vehicles. Freezing temperatures, icy conditions and fender benders can be brutal on any car. With winter behind us and spring on the horizon, why not give your car the same TLC you give your home? Start fresh this spring by cleaning your car of any garbage, dings and scrapes with these simple tips:
Clean The Interior:
Is the inside of your car full of salt and grime from winter? There’s no time like the present to get cleaning! We recommend you start by wiping down the seats, console and windows with a damp towel. This will get rid off any lingering dust, dirt and debris. Once this is done, bring out the vacuum to finish up the interior by cleaning the carpeting and upholstery.
Restore The Exterior:
Your car likely hasn’t had a good wash in months. Whether you bring your car to a car wash or clean it yourself, spring is a great time to make your car shine! If you’re cleaning your own vehicle, all it takes is a bucket full of soapy solution and a sponge. Start from the top and move to the bottom, changing the water as it gets too dirty. After you finish, wipe the exterior with a dry towel and apply wax for added protection.
After cleaning the exterior of your vehicle, you may notice dings and dents that you hadn’t before. Wear and tear is normal after an extreme winter. If your car has door dings, hail or other dents, stop into Adams Collision Service! We feature state-of-the-art Paintless Dent Repair (PDR) that is a cost effective option for getting rid of unsightly dings and dents.
For all of your collision and dent repair needs, schedule an appointment with Adams Collision Service today. We will get you back on the road with your car looking better than new!