How to Do Your Own Car Waxing in Baltimore

While professional car cleaning businesses are wonderful for vehicle cleanings and waxing, they also can be quite an expensive service. Waxing a car is known to be a long and tedious process. However, it can be done in two hours or less by following these tips for car washing and Car Waxing in Baltimore.

Wash the Vehicle

Before applying a polish and wax to a car, it must first be squeaky clean. To quickly wash a car, a hose, bucket, microfiber washing mitt, and cleaner must be purchased. To begin washing a car, spray the car down with a hose. Make sure it is drenched in water. From there, fill a bucket up with half water and half car cleaner. Place the washing mitt on a hand and dip it into the bucket. From there, thoroughly clean all sections of the exterior of the vehicle until it is soapy and sudsy. For dirt stains and mud stains, make sure to put a little elbow grease into the scrubbing process. Once the vehicle is clean, rinse off the soap and residue with the hose. Either use lint free rags to manually dry the car or allow it to air dry.

Polish the Vehicle

Once the vehicle is dry, drench a foam applicator pad with some car polish and apply the polish to the exterior of the vehicle. To thoroughly apply polish, use small and circular motions. Once one section of the car begins to look hazy, remove the polish with a microfiber cloth. Repeat this process until the entire vehicle is polished.

Wax the Vehicle

To apply wax to a vehicle, use a new and clean foam applicator that is covered in a polymer-based wax. While applying the wax, use small and circular motions and overlapping strokes. Work on one section of the vehicle at a time, until the entire car has been successfully waxed. To remove the wax, use a microfiber cloth to rub away any residue.

Follow these tips to do your own Car Waxing in Baltimore. For more tips on car cleaning, polishing, and waxing, Visit Diamond Detail.

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