Before the snowy season sets in, it's a good idea to do a thorough washing of the vehicle and apply a new coat of a high-lustre carnunba wax. The wax will serve as an extra barrier against road grime as well as making it much easier to clean. Ultimate Details recommends not to wash the salt from your vehicle during extreme cold temperatures (below -10 C) The water may lead to freezing doors, windows and locks. However, if you really have to wash the salt from your car, it's advisable to use a silicone based product on the doors and windows to help dissipate the water The more you protect your vehicle, the longer it's going to last and the higher the resale value when it's time to sell or trade.
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Unfortunately, protecting your paint finish from

corrosive salt isn't as simple as protecting underneath.

If you think a car wash is only for sunny summer days, think again, Car Washing is more important during the winter months. Washing and Waxing is the only thing you can do to help protect the paint. Keeping the car clean and waxed can protect the finish as well as help protect against scratches and marring from winter road conditions. Some customers might prefer to hand wash their vehicles themselves. While this might be easy when it is warm outside, cold weather can quickly zap that ambition and actually make it downright painful to do so. Also, environmental experts tend to frown upon washing the car in the driveway because of the waste water and chemical detergents running into storm sewers. Automatic car washes are a convenient way to clean a vehicle in the winter. However, these facilities tend to use harsh chemicals that eat through debris. This can result in swirling patterns and spotting on some cars. Alternatively you can rely on a full service detailing centre like Ultimate Details. The more you drive in winter, the more you need to wash the salt from your car and finish it off with a coat of wax. In our climate, it's hard to say, with all the rain and the snow, how long the wax will last. We recommend the application of a high quality wax 2 times a year (In the Fall before Winter and In the Spring before Summer).
Bring Back That New Car  Feeling

Unfortunately, protecting your paint finish from corrosive salt

isn't as simple as protecting underneath.

If you think a car wash is only for sunny summer days, think again, Car Washing is more important during the winter months. Washing and Waxing is the only thing you can do to help protect the paint. Keeping the car clean and waxed can protect the finish as well as help protect against scratches and marring from winter road conditions. Some customers might prefer to hand wash their vehicles themselves. While this might be easy when it is warm outside, cold weather can quickly zap that ambition and actually make it downright painful to do so. Also, environmental experts tend to frown upon washing the car in the driveway because of the waste water and chemical detergents running into storm sewers. Automatic car washes are a convenient way to clean a vehicle in the winter. However, these facilities tend to use harsh chemicals that eat through debris. This can result in swirling patterns and spotting on some cars. Alternatively you can rely on a full service detailing centre like Ultimate Details. The more you drive in winter, the more you need to wash the salt from your car and finish it off with a coat of wax. In our climate, it's hard to say, with all the rain and the snow, how long the wax will last. We recommend the application of a high quality wax 2 times a year (In the Fall before Winter and In the Spring before Summer).
© Ulitmate Details Car Detailing | call Dave: 902 825 1695 | 9 Freeman Str. | Industrial Park Middleton  | Email : ultimatedetails@eastlink.ca  |  Design Marketing AV
Before the snowy season sets in, it's a good idea to do a thorough washing of the vehicle and apply a new coat of a high-lustre carnunba wax. The wax will serve as an extra barrier against road grime as well as making it much easier to clean. Ultimate Details recommends not to wash the salt from your vehicle during extreme cold temperatures (below -10 C) The water may lead to freezing doors, windows and locks. However, if you really have to wash the salt from your car, it's advisable to use a silicone based product on the doors and windows to help dissipate the water The more you protect your vehicle, the longer it's going to last and the higher the resale value when it's time to sell or trade.
Bring Back That New Car  Feeling
Before the snowy season sets in, it's a good idea to do a thorough washing of the vehicle and apply a new coat of a high-lustre carnunba wax. The wax will serve as an extra barrier against road grime as well as making it much easier to clean. Ultimate Details recommends not to wash the salt from your vehicle during extreme cold temperatures (below -10 C) The water may lead to freezing doors, windows and locks. However, if you really have to wash the salt from your car, it's advisable to use a silicone based product on the doors and windows to help dissipate the water The more you protect your vehicle, the longer it's going to last and the higher the resale value when it's time to sell or trade.

Unfortunately, protecting your

paint finish from corrosive salt isn't

as simple as protecting

underneath.

If you think a car wash is only for sunny summer days, think again, Car Washing is more important during the winter months. Washing and Waxing is the only thing you can do to help protect the paint. Keeping the car clean and waxed can protect the finish as well as help protect against scratches and marring from winter road conditions. Some customers might prefer to hand wash their vehicles themselves. While this might be easy when it is warm outside, cold weather can quickly zap that ambition and actually make it downright painful to do so. Also, environmental experts tend to frown upon washing the car in the driveway because of the waste water and chemical detergents running into storm sewers. Automatic car washes are a convenient way to clean a vehicle in the winter. However, these facilities tend to use harsh chemicals that eat through debris. This can result in swirling patterns and spotting on some cars. Alternatively you can rely on a full service detailing centre like Ultimate Details. The more you drive in winter, the more you need to wash the salt from your car and finish it off with a coat of wax. In our climate, it's hard to say, with all the rain and the snow, how long the wax will last. We recommend the application of a high quality wax 2 times a year (In the Fall before Winter and In the Spring before Summer).
Bring Back That New Car  Feeling  Ulitmate Details Car Detailing | call  902 825 1695 |  9 Freeman Str. | Industrial Park Middleton  | Email : ultimatedetails@eastlink.ca     Design Marketing AV