1. Washing your vehicle using a Microfiber Wash Mitt with high quality cleaning products and a well known soap. Don’t use old towels as they will collect dirt and tend to scratch paint finishes.
2. Drying your vehicle is really important and you’ll want to use a 100% cotton Microfiber Shammy or a sheepskin chamois. Both are excellent for preventing abrasion to painted surfaces.
3. Polish your vehicle. If your vehicle has just come from the body shop with a new paint job it is recommended to wait 90 days before applying wax or paint sealants to freshly painted surfaces. On painted surfaces, use polishes.
4. Continually look for tree sap, tar, bugs, and bird droppings as these can be a threat to your vehicles new paint. If left untreated, it tends to etch the clear coat.
5. Have your vehicle detailed twice a year so all the impurities are removed. Juan likes Details Plus Auto Salon in Boulder, Colorado for detailing.
Juan recommends Adams Polishes for all detailing purposes. This is a locally owned company based out of Louisville, Colorado and they makes premium polishes. They also offer all kinds of Microfiber towels, and for the exterior plastic pieces, use Adams Detail Spray. He also recommends a tire dressing for the rubber, a vinyl conditioner for the interior trim, and to preserve the interior of the vehicle, Juan recommends tinting the windows due to the amount of sun we get in Colorado.