Let’s say you go off roading or the roads are muddy after a rainfall. You get out of your car and you notice that mud is caked onto the side of your car. I mean, it’s all over your car. Now that you have stepped out of your car, you may have gotten mud all over your shoes, you may want to think about thinking twice before stepping back into your car with those shoes on. We know that you want to keep your car clean, and mud can make that difficult.
5 Car Wash Tips for Dealing With Mud
It’s our job to make sure that your car is as clean as possible at all times. When you bring your car in for a wash, we will be happy to answer any questions you may have. We would love to talk to you about how you can keep your car clean. Take a look at some of our simple tips to help you deal with mud in the interior and exterior of your car.
1. Keep Trash Bags in Your Car
We recommend that you keep cheap trash bags in your car. You can use the trash bags to cover your car carpets and auto seats. This way, they won’t get stained with dirt from your shoes. If you prefer, you could take your shoes off and put them in the trash bag. Just make sure you have extra pairs of shoes in the car.
2. Keep Upholstery Cleaner in Your Car
It’s a good idea to keep interior auto upholstery cleaner in your car at all times. This way, if you do stain your car’s interior, you can clean the stain as soon as possible. If you have stains that do not seem to come out. You may need to go to a car wash to have an auto seat cleaning or carpet cleaning.
3. Don’t Let Mud Dry onto Your Car
If your car is muddy, do not let the mud dry onto your car. Dry clods of dirt on your car can harm your car’s paint making it look dull. Get a car wash as soon as you can so that the mud does not dry and damage your car’s paint.
4. Clay Bar Your Car
Using a clay bar on your car every once in a while can help you keep your car shiny and sparkling. A clay bar will pick up tiny bits of dirt that the car wash may not have been get off. Using a clay bar on your car can be an intensive process. While it is something that you can do yourself, you may want to have it done professionally.
5. Make Sure that You Wax After Your Car Wash
It’s a good idea to wax your car after a car wash. Waxing isn’t necessary after every car wash, but it does need to be done at least every 2-3 months. Waxing will make your car easier to wash, and it will keep dirt from sticking to your car. Wax protects your car’s paint and helps to stay shiny and beautiful.