After your home, your car is one of the most expensive investments you will make during your lifetime. Maintaining it so that it continues to operate at its best is part of vehicle ownership. Many people who spend money on oil changes and replacement parts wouldn’t necessarily think of spending money on auto detailing. This isn’t, as some people think, customizing the car with special paints or decals. Instead, auto detailing is thoroughly cleaning the car so that it looks its best—right down to the very last detail.
Exterior Car Detailing
An exterior car detailer works on your car to ensure that the paint job looks as good as it did when you first took it off the dealer’s lot. The car detailers polish the wheels, tires and rims, as well as clean the windows until they shine. Any accumulated dirt or grease is no match for determined car detailers; it soon washes away.
Interior Car Detailing
Auto detailing also includes giving attention to the interior of a vehicle. It includes vacuuming and cleaning the carpets and seats. The dash and console are cleaned. Any stains or blemishes on the fabric receive special attention so they return to their original condition. The interior of the car is deodorized to make it a pleasant environment.
Benefits of Auto Detailing
The benefits of auto detailing go beyond having a car with a clean, fresh appearance.
A Cleaner Car Means Fewer Illnesses
Your car can become a repository for germs and allergens if it isn’t kept clean. The more time you spend in that environment, especially if you keep the windows rolled up, the higher your risk for becoming ill or experiencing symptoms of airborne allergies. Having your car detailed will help to keep it clean and reduce these risks.
A Cleaner Car Creates a Good Professional Impression
If you use your car for business, its appearance is every bit as important as your own. By ensuring that your car is clean and looking good when you call on prospects (or even when you go on job interviews), you are boosting your own professional image. Having a sharp-looking car may not get you the sale or the job, but it won’t hurt your prospects either.
A Cleaner Car Increases your Car’s Resale Value
When the time comes to sell or trade-in your car, you’ll want to get top dollar for it. If you have taken good care of it, inside and out, you can expect to get more than if you have neglected your car’s appearance. Investing in keeping your car looking good while you own it will pay off later on.
Edited by Justin Vorhees
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