How Often Should I Wash My Car? - A Beginners Guide

It depends on really how dirty your car gets.

Do you drive out in the country by dirt roads?

Or are you in and out of a construction area several times a week?

If the answer is no to both of those questions and your normal driving is just from home to work, then getting your washed every week is not worth it, plus, it is not economical.

Furthermore, if you get your car washed at a regular car washing station, you may be doing more harm than good to your vehicle.

The brushes and the detergents used at the car washing stations can damage the paint of your car, and the brushes will indeed cause scratches to occur.

When you need to use the car wash, always opt for the touchless or brushless car washing establishments.

Better yet, if you have the space in your home, just wash your car on your driveway, and you don’t need to use soap or detergent every single time you wash it.

To prevent your car from getting those unexpected scratches and also to make cleaning easier, applying a thin layer of nano-ceramic coating, like Nasiol’s ZR53, will provide the ease of mind you’ve been looking for.

Ceramic coatings protect the paint from scratches, stains, and the accumulation of dirt and dust, plus it will provide a lovely glossy shine to the body of your vehicle.

Since the car is much easier to clean with the ceramic coating, your time and money spent at the car washing station will decrease substantially.

When maintained and appropriately applied, ceramic coatings like ZR53 and NL272 will provide continuous protection for up to 5 years.

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