Do you want a car that actually looks better after it’s washed? Then think twice before you drive through a car wash. Those side-of-the-road conveniences tend to do more harm than good. Even if you go through one time, the whipping brushes, acid-etching chemicals and mineral deposits will ultimately wreck the exterior of your vehicle. Here’s what happens while you’re parked in the car wash:
Older car washes have abrasive bristles and newer locations label themselves “brushless”. No matter how they identify, all can cause trouble to your car’s exterior. They’re often full of dirt and grit left over from all the vehicles that drove through before you because the brushes don’t get washed between jobs. So, where will all grime end up? Blasted against the side of your car, leaving you with nothing but a dull paint job.
Do you know anything about chemicals the car washes spray on your vehicle? Most people don’t. Typically, it’s harsh cleaners that are rarely diluted properly. The result? A car that shines for twenty minutes then quickly reveals etches and markings in the windows, mirrors and chrome accents.
Older vehicles belong at drive-in movies, not car washes. The rough machines roll right over delicate fixtures, like exposed antennas and fragile side mirrors, bending and even breaking classic features.
Vehicles are a big investment and if you clean them right, they look brand new for years to come. They way to do it? Correct pressure washing. Not only is it easy but quick and safe for your car. Skip the abrasive brushes, select the cleaner and nozzle best suited for your needs and just spray. At Pressure Works, you can rent or buy the perfect washer for your needs and choose one of our specially formulated automotive cleaners.
Visit a Pressure Works location near you to learn more about cleaning your vehicle, inside and out, using our equipment and chemicals to get the job done.