Hand Wash:

         It is recommended that you never drive your newly painted car through a automated car wash unless they are touch-less. The spinning brush type tend to be hard on the fresh paint and can cause marking and possible damage to the newly painted surface(s).

Avoid water spotting:

        Hard water spots can dry and cause permanent stains to newly painted surfaces as well as existing, which is not covered under the warranty. The best way to avoid this from happening is to wash your vehicle just before sunset or just at sun up in the early morning. Also try to keep your vehicle away from sprinklers as this is the most common way we see water spotting happening to a vehicle.

Use Car Soap:

        It is never a good idea to use any household soaps or detergents. These products contain ingredients that are hard on your vehicles painted surfaces, especially those areas that have been newly painted. Instead use soaps that are special designed for vehicle use.

Wax and Specialty Sealants:

        Waxes and Specialty Protectants should not be put on the newly painted surface(s) for at least 60 days after your vehicle has been picked up from the collision repair shop.

Follow us on Facebook

Check us out on Yelp!

  Read Unbiased Consumer Reviews Online at AngiesList.com