How A Car Wash Works In Houston At some point, most car owners have driven into a car wash. Even if you generally use a pressure washer to clean your car, you might have thought about taking your vehicle to the car wash and having it cleaned for you. There are a few...
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Your vehicle is under constant assault from airborne pollutants. Brake dust, industrial fallout, acid rain deposits and rail dust all can adhere to your
vehicle. These contaminants often contain metal particulates, which accounts for the ease with which they penetrate the clear coat to attack the paint
below. These contaminants then oxidize, and they allow rust to spread beneath the clear coat. Detailing clay removes these contaminants in order to keep
the paint healthy and vibrant.
Detailing clay glides along the surface of your paint and grabs anything that protrudes from the surface. The particle sticks to the clay and is therefore
removed from your vehicle. The surface being clayed should always be wet with clay lubricant or soap to prevent loose debris from scratching the vehicle.
Detailing Clay also removes stubborn sap, tar, and bug remains.