Strong winds and dusty weather are common weather conditions in the northern and western regions of my country in spring. Although warm temperatures give us more opportunities to drive out and relax, sandy and dusty weather can also be a headache when it coats your car with a layer of dust. things. Frequent sand and dust weather really makes the appearance of your car dim. So how to deal with sand and dust? We hope to convey a concept to you here: After the sandy weather, improper cleaning and car washing methods can actually cause damage to the vehicle. Bigger, so how should a car owner take good care of his car?
After the dusty weather, many car owners will choose to clean their vehicles in time, but they always have to drive the car before washing the car? At this time, the thick floating soil on the car windows has blocked the driver's sight, so it must be cleaned before driving. To ensure safe driving on the road.
Many car owners will habitually prepare a duster in the car, but most car owners ignore this point: the fluff on the duster will absorb sand and dust. If you use such a duster to wipe the car body paint, it is equivalent to using sandpaper to wipe the paint surface. Rubbing the car paint is obviously very detrimental to the protection of the paint surface.
Therefore, there is one thing to note when using the duster: only use it to remove floating soil on the glass, and do not use it to clean parts covered by paint that are easily scratched.
If it is simply to remove the floating soil on the car glass, many car owners who want to save trouble prefer to use the wiper to sweep away the dust on the front windshield. However, this method will not damage the car window glass, but the rubber strip of the wiper will. It is relatively fragile. Frequent friction with sand will greatly accelerate the aging of the rubber strip and cause cracks to appear early, resulting in a decrease in the wiper's sweeping effect. For the purpose of protecting the wipers, we do not recommend using the wipers to forcefully sweep away the sand and dust on the front windshield.
Another reason why it is not recommended to use wipers to clean the floating soil on the front windshield is: this allows car owners who want to save trouble to only clean the front windshield and then get on the road in a hurry, completely ignoring the sight of the side windows and rear windshield being still affected by the floating soil, which will cause problems when driving. Quite a serious safety hazard.
When cleaning with a duster, you should also remember to clean away the loose soil on the front and rear windshields, side window glass and exterior rearview mirror lenses, so that the line of sight from all angles is not affected.
If the dust accumulated on the car body is particularly thick and has affected the lighting effect of the front and rear lights, then before driving, you should also clean the dust from the headlights, fog lights and tail lights. In addition, the license plate should also be checked, otherwise it will cause It is not cost-effective to deduct 12 points due to dust and loose soil leading to licensing violations.
In addition, when the car body is full of dust, you should avoid using movable parts outside the car body such as electric windows, sunroofs, and folding rearview mirrors, because if there are sand or dust remaining in the gaps of these movable parts, it may cause mechanical damage. Excessive structural wear can lead to local abnormal noise or even functional damage.
Okay, now we have cleaned up all the floating soil that affects driving safety. Now we can go on the road with peace of mind and find a place to wash the car. Next, we will talk about the skills of car washing. Everyone should pay attention. The price of car washing is rising. But does the level of service really reassure you?