Spring Clean you Car
First a few do’s and don’ts.
*Do not use harsh cleaners like dish soap or heavy duty degreasing cleaners to wash your vehicle. Over time the degreasing agents damage paint leading to oxidation.
Wash your car properly:Partially fill a bucket of water. Add one capful of CleanEz or your organic, concentrated all-purpose cleaner. For lightly soiled vehicles, baby shampoo does a great job although it is not strong enough to tackly heavy grit and dirt. Then add ¼ cup food grade distilled white vinegar per 2 gallon bucket of water. Use 1/3 cup in areas of hard water.
Many paint manufacturing companies now recommend using Lambswool like Mary’s LambswoolHand Mitt or Lambswool Wash Pad for tall vans, trucks and RVs to clean. Brushes and microfiber will scratch. Be extremely careful if you purchase “Lambswool” mitts in the store. Packages say “Lambswool” on the front of the package but small lettering on the back states it is artificial or manmade material. That material is 100% polyester. The same stuff microfiber is made from and it will leave minute scratches on a vehicle.
Steps to wash your car: