Best Supplies to Use to Clean Your Chevy

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You can clean your Chevy like the pros and keep it looking great so that when you trade it in for a new vehicle at Classic Chevrolet, it will be worth more. Taking care of your vehicle inside and out makes the surfaces last longer since they are conditioned and cleaned frequently – they won’t look worn out.

Air Compressor and Hard Bristle Brushes

When you clean the carpets, vacuum them, then use the bristle brush on them to bring more dirt to the surface. Vacuum again. Repeat this until you get all of the dirt out. Take carpeted floor mats out and blow them with an air hose – that works better than any vacuum; however, it does make a mess. Use the brush to bring more dirt to the surface, and then blow it off with the air hose. Also, use the compressed air to clean out the ducts and other hard to reach places.

Non-Acid-Based Tire Cleaners

When you clean tires and brake dust from your wheels and tires, be sure to use something that is not acid-based because acid will pit any material over time – your wheels will start to oxidize.

Sponge, Soft Bristle Brush and Hose

Wet the exterior of your vehicle, then add soap to the soft bristle brush. Rub the soap all over the vehicle. Wet the sponge and add soap. Use the sponge to get stubborn spots and to get into hard-to-reach places. The brush is great for places that are too high for you to reach. Rinse the vehicle, making sure you get all of the soap off.

Oscillating Buffer

Use an oscillating buffer and a little bit of rubbing compound to really clean the paint, remove old wax and make the vehicle shiny. Be careful of how much pressure you put on the buffer – you don’t want too much as rubbing compound will take paint off. Once you get the paint cleaned, rinse and dry the vehicle, then wax it.

Visit Classic Chevrolet

Be sure to stop by Classic Chevy to test drive a new vehicle or to have your vehicle serviced.

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