Car Valeting and Detailing 3 Techniques

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					Car Valeting and Detailing: 3 Techniques

Auto valeting and detailing is among the budding and promising industry
in the world today. Most car owners today allocate a significant budget
for car maintenance. They not only want to maintain their car’s exteriors
but also the interiors as well. Not all individuals have the time to
attend to their car’s needs and so they leave the task to the car
valeting and detailing services.

The cleanliness of your car is very important. It reflects your
personality and it reveals a great deal about you. If you don’t want to
be judged wrongly, its time that you take your car to a car valeting and
detailing service for thorough cleansing. If you have insufficient budget
at the moment, you can simply have your car undergo exterior auto
detailing because if your car is presentable on the outside, it could
already do the trick. Next time you have extra money, you can take your
car for interior auto detailing.

Car valeting and detailing services offers three popular techniques. Read
on and you will find out what these techniques are.

1. Clay cleaning – this is the first technique that you should be
familiar about. The clay used for this type of cleaning is an effective
yet simple mixture of clay base and several abrasives. Paint
contamination can be removed by mixing clay with clay lubricants. Clay
bars can also remove common exterior car dirt, tree sap, road grime,
bugs, tar, and rust.

You could say that the clay bars acts like detergent cleaners. The clay
bars used for car valeting differ in color, composition, and density of
active or chemical ingredients. The clay bars are also available in mild
and heavy-duty wherein the mild clay bars are used for minor dirt or
stains while the latter is used for heavy dirt and stains. The car
valeting crew should know which appropriate clay bar to use in every
situation to bring about the best results.

2. Polishing – this is the second technique used by car valeting crews or
technicians. Through polishing, contaminations, swirls, scratches, and
other paint imperfections can be removed. With car polishes, the
clearcoat is penetrated thereby carrying out intense cleaning.

3. Waxing – this is the third technique but this is just simply the
wrapping up of the first two techniques. This is the finishing process
for auto detailing. Wax is available in creams, liquids, and pastes. The
products used in waxing usually contain carnuba which have fatty acids
which are quite helpful in enhancing the car’s appearance. It keeps the
car surface protected from the harsh effects and contaminations from the
environment. The wax also gives the car a neat and shiny finish.

So when you’re out looking for a car valeting and detailing shop, try to
ask if the three services are being offered. Oftentimes, shops give
special packages that the customers can choose from.
There are also times when people try to do car detailing on their own.
This is definitely a less costly alternative but you need to be very
careful when choosing the products because it may damage your car. You
should also follow all the cleansing instructions carefully to avoid any
problems.

For those who can afford the car valeting and detailing services, choose
the shop where you will entrust your car. Now that you know the three
techniques, you should be able to give your car the best treatment and
care.

				
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