waxing a car by hand

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It's almost standard for brand new car dealers nowadays to offer a package for waxing your car to that showroom shine. They usually come with things such as underbody rust proofing and window treatments. But anyone who has a couple of hours on their waxing a car hand will do a better job.

Imagine a car dealership releasing a hundred units a month. It may surprise you to know how badly your car gets treated. Most true car enthusiast will either do the detailing themselves or have a specialist shop do it. These shops will often charge the same and use industrial grade products and not some bided out cheap wax from your dealer.

In an effort to speed up the process dealers will use rotary tools and harsher polishes. If you do it at home by hand you'll be sure that you won't eat up the clear coat on your car for years to come. It's best to do it yourself and have time to bond with your new car.

Hopefully reading this several tips will make it more exciting for you to start allotting a little time to protect your car's finish. You'll get more cash when you sell your speedster and get more chicks too, guaranteed.