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Detailing Tips: Washing Your Luxury Car

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Luxury cars are quite the investment, so you want to be sure you’re taking the best possible care of your vehicle to protect that investment. This means avoiding the harsh sprayers and chemicals of automated car washes. Detailing a luxury car yourself can be a lot more difficult than you think. It’s a very delicate procedure that needs to be handled gently and with care.

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Use the Right Products

Many people make the fatal mistake of thinking all products are basically the same. We’re here to tell you that not all products and the right equipment can make all the difference in protecting and damaging your vehicle.

Using a Clay Bar

Surface contaminants can not only cause the paint to fade and the finish to wear down prematurely, but, when left on the vehicle before washing, can also scratch up the vehicle. It’s essential to remove all surface contaminants using a clay bar before washing the vehicle. This is even more important for luxury cars.

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Wax and Polish Your Luxury Car

A fundamental and crucial part of every car detailing is a proper waxing. A wax coating can help lock in the detailing work you’ve done while also adding a protective layer to the surface of your vehicle. Waxing is an essential part of protecting your luxury car and maintaining its resale value.

Polishing is just as important to the detailing process of luxury cars as waxing. It’s that final touch that really makes your vehicle look like it belongs in a showroom. Keeping your luxury car polished can also help to protect your resale value.

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Luxury car detailing can be quite tricky and risky to handle on your own. If you’re concerned that detailing your vehicle yourself is a little more than you can handle, call Mobile Detailing Pros. We’ll come to your preferred location and handle all the detailing with care.

3 thoughts on “Detailing Tips: Washing Your Luxury Car

  1. Thanks for mentioning that wax can help with the detailing work and protects the surface. My brother is buying a new Lexus and wants to make sure he details and waxes it correctly. I’ll be sure to share this with him so he can know exactly what he’s doing.

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