How Traditional Car Washes Affect Paint

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Car washes are a summertime favorite for all ages. Kids love them because they get to play in the soaps and water. Teenagers love them because they’re an easy fundraiser. Then there are adults who love them because they get a clean car. There’s nothing as classic as a hand car wash. However, when your driving a high-end car like a Maserati or a Porsche, car washes are a nightmare. If your car doesn’t have a car coating in Boston, here are some dangers traditional car washes pose to your ride.

 

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Paint Swirl

Paint swirl is a series of tiny scratches on your car’s paint caused by the swirling motion of cloths at a car wash. Automated car washes cause the same problem with their scrubbers. Polyester threads and dirty cloth are detrimental to the paint job. Paint swirl are more noticeable on flat surfaces. Dark-colored cars are more likely to show paint swirl and so they should be protected with Ceramic Pro coating.

Abrasive Dirt

Dirt hides everywhere. If you aren’t careful dirt in the car wash environment can stick and erode your paint. Because dirt can hide in the fibers of fabrics, rags and chamois can rub that dirt deeper into your paint. Since car paint has gotten softer over the years, it is easier for dirt to wear away the clearcoat of your car. This makes the finish look shotty. A car coating in Boston is the only choice to keep your sports car from damage caused by dirt.

Preventative Measures

There are two reliable types of car coating in Boston. There are paint protective films that can be wrapped around all or part of your car. This acts as a sacrificial layer for the dirt to deflect off of. Your other option is NanoCeramic coatings. Q Car Care’s Q Complex Ceramic is a patented formula to protect your sports car from scratches and other harmful elements. They also carry Ceramic Pro for brand loyal customers.

Not many people realize how harmful a traditional car wash can be to their paint job. So, if you drive a high-end sports car, beware! For more information on car coating in Boston, contact Q Car Care today or visit them online.