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Why you should have your vehicle detailed before Fall

Fallis one of the most beautiful times of the year as trees prepare for winter by shedding their leaves. Many people love the process; leaves change to vibrant colors and eventually fall gracefully to the ground. These leaves can be a hugenuisance. After the spectacular process of color change, the leaves carpet the ground and become a huge mess for car owners to clean. They can leave behindsappy residue. In fact, if the leaves build up on your car, they can leavebehind permanent leaf-shaped stains that will damage the exterior. Leaves areloaded with sap, pollen, and other acidic coatings that transfer on to the car when left for long periods of time. There are a few things you can do to prevent your car from being damaged by heaps of falling leaves.

One solution to this problem is to not park under trees, which may not be an optionfor most people and of course cleaning your car daily can take lots of valuable time. With a well-prepared surface and fresh coat of wax, leaves would not stick easily. The oxidation and staining can be prevented. A coat of wax also facilitates easier removal of bugs and tarfrom the front end of your vehicle.

Please see more valuable facts on my other blog:“Why you should have your vehicle detailed before winter”

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