Wash your car
Many people feel the hesitation to wash their cars so often in the summer, because there is a good chance that they will get dirty after a sudden rain in the next day. However, this should not be a reason for you to be too lazy for a car wash. The dirt, mud stains or bird droppings on the car exterior can contain chemicals which potentially can contaminate the car paint, especially when the vehicle has a few scratches.
Polish car paint by specialized car wax
It is very important to protect your car exterior from the heat and sunlight, which can accelerate the speed of paint deterioration. You can protect your car paint by using specialized car wax. By adding a layer of protection to the paint, waxes will reduce the effect of UV light as well as minimizing the amount of dust that could adhere to the paint surface. Just like how women regularly use SPF sunscreen to protect their skin from the sun, you should wax your car at least twice a year to preserve its paint and maintain its shiny look.
Park your car in the shade
This is the simplest job and the practical one, but not all drivers have the patience to drive around to park in a shady area in the close-by parking lot, or if there isn’t any, in the shade somewhere else and farther from the destination. It is very common that drivers will park in the nearest spot to their workplaces in order to shorten the walking distance.
Find a place with the shade to park your car
However, if you know parking your car under the sweltering summer heat will let the paint slowly deteriorate, you might want to consider finding a place with the shade to park, such as a roofed parking lot. Walking a bit farther is good for your own health, and your car’s as well.
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