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Have you just bought a new car and are you worried about the excruciating heat, the direct sun, and the ever-increasing temperatures? Here are 6 tips for you for perfect car body care in the summer. Obviously, not everyone immediately thinks of the bodywork in the heat, we tend to think more about the interior but, as you well know, the exterior is the part we notice the most.
The most common thing is to pay attention to the mechanics and tires of our vehicles. Unfortunately, drivers rarely think about checking their bodywork and this could be dangerous when traveling.
First of all, flawless bodywork is aesthetically beautiful to look at, and this also helps to maintain its market value. Secondly, any damage to the sheet metal, however small, can lead to severe damage in the medium to long term and body parts are not readily available as auto parts.
Protect the car body in the summer
During the warmer months, the exterior of our car is exposed to sun, saltpeter, insects, bird droppings, and other harmful contaminants. It is highly recommended to take care of the bodywork and doing it is not difficult at all. Just follow a few basic tips.
1. Avoid parking your car in the sun
Although vehicle paints are becoming more and more resistant, they can still deteriorate and lose their original brilliance and intensity. One of the factors that accelerates this deterioration is prolonged exposure to sunlight. Whenever possible, park your car indoors or in shaded areas.