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Importance of Detailing

A routine car wash is a marginal way to keep a vehicle clean, but a complete professional detail service is also necessary to protect your car’s paint and interior from the elements.

Detailing your car at least every six months is a wise investment that will keep your car looking like new and can save you money in the long run. Consider detailing more often if the car is subject to harsh conditions.



Before cleaning your car, check the recommendations made in your owner’s manual and on the labels of any products you use.

Preparing your car for winter, especially in regions that are extra harsh, will help prevent rusting and other cold-weather problems.

  • Wax your car sometime in autumn before the weather drops below 32 degrees. Avoid waxing your car with a carnauba-only wax during winter, as it is more difficult to buff off as temperatures drop. Gel waxes that don't require buffing work well in cold weather.
  • The sides of your car need the most attention, as they take a beating from road grime, sand, and salt.
  • If you have a leather interior, you should treat it with a conditioner, as the dry winter atmosphere could harm it.
  • Dress the tires with a good, long-lasting protectant.
  • Don't forget to also treat the trim with a protectant.

 

 


Before cleaning your car, check the recommendations made in your owner's manual and on the labels of any products you use.

Whether you live in a rainy climate or only experience it occasionally, here are a few tips for keeping your car clean.

  • Start by giving your vehicle a good wash. If you've driven on wintery roads, be sure to use a high-pressure hose on the underbody to remove salt, sand and dirt – they can lead to corrosion.
  • Apply a protective wax, like Armor All® Ultra Shine Wash and Wax Detailer. It will help protect the paint and promote water beading.
  • Vacuum the interior, get rid of clutter, and clean vinyl, rubber and plastic to restore luster and prevent fading and cracking.
  • Use a glass cleaner to clean up water spots on the windows.
  • Before dressing your tires with a protectant, make sure to completely wash and rinse the mud off them.
  • Change the oil. In winter temperatures, engines require thinner oil (5W30). Warmer weather calls for thicker oil (10W30). Check your car's specs for the right weight.
  • Check the brakes, including linings, rotors and drums

 

 


Before cleaning your car, check the recommendations made in your owner's manual and on the labels of any products you use.

The sun can be brutal on cars. Make sure you treat yours before the dog days of summer set in.

  • The roof, trunk lid, and hood need the most attention on the outside of your car. Make sure you wax your car before the temperature soars too high.
  • Dashboards and other plastic, rubber, or vinyl parts may become faded from the sun. Use a protectant to help prevent this type of damage.
  • Leather seats should be treated with a conditioner to help prevent cracking.
  • Park undercover as much as possible to avoid direct sunlight.
  • The greatest cause of summer breakdowns is overheating, so be sure the cooling system is flushed and refilled.
  • Check the vehicle's main fluids: engine oil, radiator coolant, brake, window washer, transmission, and power steering fluids to make sure they're filled and ready for hot days.
  • Check tire pressure. The manual will give recommended tire pressures for different speeds and loads. Maintaining correct air pressure will improve fuel economy.
  • Have a qualified technician check the air conditioning system or you may be sorry when the weather heats up.
  • Replace the air, fuel, PCV, and other filters as recommended, especially if driving conditions are dusty.


Protect your vehicle with DrivePur System


The DrivePur Protection System is a revolutionary new and environmentally friendly odor, germ and allergen removal system for car's, boat's and RV's .

Using the latest in UV-PCO technology DrivePur can quickly and effectively remove pet odors, smoke odors, food odors, germs, bacteria, mold, mildew, stains and other contaminants from the interior.

In-car surface and air pollution has become a major health issue worldwide, causing respiratory diseases, allergies, and other serious illnesses that hamper productivity and jeopardize their lives.

And yet, few people have looked closely at the problem and invented something to overcome it.

At DrivePur, we focus on improving the everyday environment of life; by applying environmentally-friendly principles in all our conducts. Our aim is to enhance the quality of the surfaces we touch and the in-car air that we breathe.

Our products and services are directed toward fighting in-car air and surface pollution, which means thoroughly eliminating pollutants, such as bacteria, molds and mildew that people bring into their vehicles from their daily activities.

In-car surface and air pollution has become a major health issue worldwide, causing respiratory diseases, allergies, and other serious illnesses that hamper productivity and jeopardize their lives. And yet, few people have looked closely at the problem and invented something to overcome it.

DrivePur has created a new and better anti-bacteria surface and air treatment system that has been tested. Resulting in a cost-effective, state-of-the-art deep cleaning process that is successful in eliminating the germs, bacteria, and molds commonly found in vehicles.

As the pioneer of in-car surface and air protection, we are always at the forefront in making your driving environment healthier. Our services improve the quality of the surface you touch and the air you breathe, which protects you and your family’s overall health and safety.





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