It's fire season in some parts of the country. Even if you are many miles away from a fire, ash can travel quite a distance. Ash can be highly alkaline so if you find your car covered with ash, don't let it sit too long or it can harm your car's paint finish. Wash right away but be careful because it can be abrasive and scratch the paint finish. Be sure to rinse your car from top to bottom then with a wash mitt like einszett's Microfiber Wash Mitt, gently wash the car from top to bottom. Use a two bucket system and a Grit Guard for added assurance against scratches.
Then apply a protective layer of Glanz Wax to protect the surface from ash, bird droppings, sap, the sun’s UV and just about anything mother nature can throw at your car – except rocks. Glanz Wax can’t protect your paint from rocks, stones or pebbles (yes, we get asked this).
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Just in time for summer, we take on the task of giving this wood deck a deep clean in preparation for a new coat of stain. Over the past year it's endured Texas heat, snow and lots of rain which means algae and mold growth. To take on this job, we use W99.
W99 is a versatile degreaser and overall powerful cleaner that isn't just for cleaning vehicles. It's great at cleaning concrete surfaces and like we show you in this post, getting rid of algae and mold.