As summer approaches one should prepare their vehicles for warm temperatures and the sun’s damaging UV rays. This means your paint should have a fresh coat of wax to prevent the sun from fading your paint, especially red cars, as this color is
the most prone to oxidation. Having a fresh coat of wax also facilitates easier removal of bugs and tar from the front end of
your vehicle. Interior detailing should be dressed with a product that includes UV inhibitors to prevent the sun from prematurely fading and cracking the surfaces. As the temperatures increase,
your brakes pads will produce more brake dust, which means your wheels should be polished as well to ensure no brake dust
etches into the wheel’s surface.