Tips For Detailing Your Classic Muscle Car

Tips For Detailing Your Classic Muscle Car

Car detailing is an essential process for cleaning and restoring the interior and exterior of the vehicle. This type of work requires deep cleaning from top to bottom so that your car looks like new again. It can even include removing wheels or other parts to reach otherwise inaccessible parts such as brake components, bracket lining, and suspension. Here are some simple tips for detailing your classic muscle car to leave the interior and exterior of the vehicle looking new:

Leather upholstery
Cleaning the leather upholstery once the leak leaves or the mark behind it can significantly increase the possibility of full cleaning. If any marks such as dye transfer of clothing, ink or lipstick are left for 24 hours or more, the spot can be permanently placed. There are plenty of skin cleaning kits made in the market that can be left in the car to help clean up in time.

Air vent
Clean the air nozzles at regular intervals. The openings are an incredible dust magnet and easy to clean using the brush accessory on the vacuum cleaner. However, if the brush is not small enough to collect all the dust, the artist’s simple brush can be used to collect any dust left behind.

Clean deep
Give the carpet and upholstery a deep clean. A high-quality carpet cleaning machine can quickly lift the deep dirt accumulated over time. Most detergents will spray a cleaning solution to help leave the carpet looking like new. The equipment to clean the car is widely available for rent for a day or two, or fully purchased, which is likely to be the most cost-effective option in the long term.

However, for rugs that are deeply rooted in dirt, the best option is to replace it with a new one. It is relatively easy to purchase alternative carpets to suit a particular type of car model.

Doors
The car’s doors can be quickly corrected with annoying irritants with a few WD-40 jets or similar lubricants. Once the doors move freely, add a small amount of engine oil or lithium grease to prevent extreme noise and avoid problems with corrosion. Also, it is worth inspecting other parts of the car, such as door latches for early signs of corrosion. A quick splash of silicone spray can help keep the case of these parts.

These are the tips you should always keep in mind. The cost of car detailing includes not only the specialty chemicals and equipment used but also the knowledge and experience of the employees. While many car owners feel that they can properly clean their cars, the fact is that car-detailers have been working to improve their skills and perfect their craft for many years.

If you have a classic muscle car that you want restored contact us for a consultation and quote at (561) 729-0911.

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