Winter is always the harshest season for your vehicle, mostly due to the amount of road salt that clings to your car’s paint and undercarriage. Salt is corrosive, and after time, it can eat away the paint on your vehicle, lead to rusting problems on the frame, brake lines leaking, and even damage the undercarriage. Regularly removing salt from your vehicle can help prevent the devastating effects winter has on the interior and exterior of it.
Removing Salt From Your Vehicle
In order to remove the salt from your vehicle, take it to a car wash regularly. While you can choose to wash your can at home, professional car washes are more practical in the winter (when it’s chilly out) and they also offer steam cleaning, drying services and undercarriage cleaning to protect the most vulnerable areas of your car.
Removing Salt Stains From Carpet
So you’ve removed the salt from your vehicle’s exterior, but what about your floor mats and carpets? Carpet salt stains can be a pain to clean, but thankfully, there’s a remedy that’s inexpensive and easy to follow.
: How to Remove Salt Stains From Your Floor Mats
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