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You may have been procrastinating and putting off the inevitable and necessary. But just like with your home, spring cleaning your vehicle is not just about sprucing up the cosmetic appearance of one of your biggest investments it is about protecting, maintaining and if necessary, repairing it.

That’s why now is the perfect time to book your vehicle in for a deluxe date at the car wash Brampton! Spring weather is finally here, bringing with it warmer temperatures and the perfect driving conditions to take a nice, long and relaxing road trip. But first, you have to make sure your vehicle is up to the challenge and having it look fantastic doesn’t hurt either.

Full Car Wash

Getting a premium package car wash means the inside and outside of your vehicle will receive some much needed tender loving care from a team of professionals who know what to look for and what products to use when cleaning all the various surfaces of your car, truck, van or SUV. This is especially important to do after the long, cold winter months we just endured. All the snow, frigid winds, ice and road salt can really do some damage to your vehicle both on the inside and outside.

To make sure all the caked on dirt, road salt debris and sleet is gone from the exterior of your vehicle, a soft foam wash conducted through a computer controlled processes is the perfect way to dislodge all dirt from the outside of your car. An underbody spray will also get rid of any salt, dirt and other debris that can be clinging to the major components of your vehicle’s undercarriage and possibly causing premature erosion or wear.

Then comes the fresh water rinse to purify your vehicle’s exterior and remove any remaining traces of the winter it just got through. To make sure every last drop of water or spot of winter road salt residue is completely gone from your vehicle, it will be hand dried by a team of professionals who will make sure your vehicle will shine like a new penny when they are done.

Also be sure to finish all that up with a Triple Poly Shine Wax, which will make your vehicle gleam and look like it just rolled off the car lot. It also protects the paint job by providing a shielding layer to help fight off scratches, nicks and sun damage.

A full car wash Brampton also includes the trunk of your vehicle getting vacuumed, as well as the seats, carpets and mats and this is key to keeping your vehicle in good condition because no matter how committed you may have been to keeping your car clean over the long, cold winter months, road salt still got inside your vehicle and could be causing some erosion problems.

The various surfaces on the interior of your vehicle also get a wipe down, like the dashboard, console, windows, trim, doors and on the outside, your tires and rims.

More Vehicle Spring Maintenance Care Tips

Windshield repair: Because of all the debris on the roads during the winter and heavy, freezing winds, it’s not uncommon for your windshield to have a few nicks, scratches or minor cracks. It would be a grave mistake to leave them be as they can quite easily turn into full on cracks that would require a total windshield replacement. Going in for a check up is easy and far less costly. Minor windscreen repairs can take as little as 10 minutes and may even be covered by your vehicle insurance.

Windshield wiper blades: To maintain safe and clear vision while driving during spring showers, be sure to pick up a new set of windshield wiper blades because your old ones took a beating over the winter and may have degraded over the last few months.

Oil and filter change: Every season, you should be having your oil and filter changed to keep your car running at its best. Staying on top of this will protect your engine and keeping it running trouble free, more efficiently and it will also cut down on how many times you need to fill up the tank.

Inspect your lighting system: This goes for internal and especially external lighting systems, which may have sustained some damage over the winter. It may seem like an unnecessary chore but if motorists can’t see your signal lights, collisions