Last week’s blog we talked about how great that new car felt. The shine of the paint and not a spot of dirt inside. No matter how hard you try to keep it that way, it’s impossible. Rite Now Mobile Detailing makes it easy to get that new car feel back!
Signs You Need to Schedule a Full Detail for Your Vehicle
Germs and Bacteria
Not only all the things you can see, what about those you can’t. Just thinking about how many germs are on your steering wheel and when the last time you cleaned it.
CBS News reports, a car’s steering wheel has about 700 potentially dangerous germs per square inch. Which is about 9 times as many germs as a public toilet seat.
Spots on your Headliner
Look up next time you get in your car. Spills, debris, pollen, fingerprints, smudges, and contaminants find their way to your headliner. Not only does all this cause unsightly spots, it can eat away at the glue holding up the headliner.
It happens, no matter what you do to avoid it. From mud when it rains to contaminants, they build up in your carpet, and they don’t come out with just vacuuming.
There is nothing like that new car sparkle, but after a while it slowly starts to disappear. Pollen, bugs, mud, rain, dust, and debris, can affect the paint on your vehicle, slowly taking the life out of your car. Detailing restores that beautiful shine.
Nobody has time, or wants to clean their car, especially this time of year. Which is why a full auto detail or car window tint is the ultimate gift for anyone on your Christmas list. Every vehicle here in Central Florida can use a conditioning and cleaning, both the interior and exterior of their vehicle. And have their vehicle look new again with a meticulous step by step process, restoring the car’s beauty.
Your vehicle is practically an extension of your family. Driving on Orlando’s highways and street, combined with the harmful environmental elements, puts is through quite a beating.
Protect your investment by making an appointment with Rite Now Mobile Detailing. We are conveniently located in Windermere and Ocoee, just off of SR 408 and SR 429.