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Car Care Tips
Did you know that some Concours Experts use separate
sponges and leathers for windows, upper paintwork, lower paintwork and
wheels? This avoids getting the dirt & grit from the lower, dirtier
parts of the car onto the more vulnerable parts e.g. window glass.
Finish off a car wash with a good quality chamois leather or synthetic chamois. This markedly improves the end result. Leather quality can vary considerably.
If you want great results from your car wash with the minimum of effort try a Hydraflexi Blade. These blades have been used in the professional car valeting trade for some time and are a well kept secret. The soft compound from which the blade is constructed enables you to dry water from the paintwork safely, quickly and easily. Please check our range and price list for more details.
It is important to hose or powerwash the underside of the vehicle regularly during the winter months to stop the build up of salt deposits which could cause or accelerate corrosion. Karcher
To prepare a car, try this order of actions it will help you to do the job efficiently.
1. Give the interior a good Brush, vacuum and cleaning.
Winter can be a good time to rustproof you car. A
highly recommended treatment is Waxoyl.
This wax based solution is a favourite of classic car enthusiasts. It
can be thinned to improve the flow and spread into bodywork cavities.
A vehicle's battery is usually the first victim of
storage, sometimes even after only a matter of a few days lay-up. Each
time a battery goes flat it significatly reduces battery life. The answer
is a Battery Conditioner. This small
convenient unit supplies a continuous low voltage "trickle"
charge to the battery from the mains electricity supply. There is normally
no need to disconnect the battery terminals and even a car alarm system
can remain armed. We can supply these units directly to you at very competitive
prices. Please check our range and price list for more details.
Tyres can develop flat spots if a vehicle is stood
for any length of time. Many enthusiasts therefore inflate tyres to their
maximum recommened pressure during periods of storage. They also move
the vehicle a number of times during the storage period to rotate the
tyres so that the same tyre areas are not in contact with the floor surface.
Please remember to reset the tyre pressures again before using the vehicle
on the road as over inflated tyres can affect road holding and increase
tyre wear. For further advice of tyre care.
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