Everyone loves that feeling of a shinny new car, but soon we get comfortable and the outside of the car gets cruddy. Rust, dirt, and film start to cover areas of the car, rims and lights. It doesn’t look like the new car you just bought anymore does it? Well, there isn’t anything wrong with putting in some effort in keeping that fresh, clean look. When I clean my car, I really don’t use any store bought washing chemicals besides a good brand of wax. But I use the old fashioned water and soap, a sponge, toothbrush and microfiber cloth. I take my time, and wash things 2 or even 3 times for a better result.
When cleaning your car start from the top to the bottom. First clean the windows, you don’t need any fancy cloth or cleaner, just some regular water and a microfiber cloth will leave your windows clean, clear and streak free. Roll your window down half way to get the crud on the top, and don’t forget around the edges.