4 Tips for the Perfectly Detailed Nissan

June 16th, 2016 by

nissanIf you’re like most Nissan owners, you want to take care of your car the way it takes care of you. That means maintaining a perfectly detailed vehicle. While automotive detailing can seem like a daunting task at times, here are four tips for perfectly detailing your Nissan even with a busy schedule.

Make a Schedule

When time is in short supply, tasks like detailing your car may get pushed to the side. However, the best way to maintain your Nissan’s value is by keeping both the interior and exterior in pristine condition. To stay on top of the inevitable spills, dirt, and grime that may accumulate over time, make a schedule that will allow you to maintain your vehicle without a huge time commitment.

For example, some people prefer to dedicate one hour each month to completely detailing their car inside and out. Others find it easier to simply spend fifteen minutes each week tidying up and taking care of dirt, dust, and spots as they crop up. Find an arrangement that works for you and stick with it. Soon it will become part of your regular routine.

Keep Your Tools Handy

A spilled coffee, a splash of soda, a few crumbs from that morning muffin – these are the daily threats to your car’s gorgeous interior that should be cleaned up right away. The best way to deal with such stains is to take care of them right away. By keeping certain tools on hand, you can make sure those small accidents don’t become a fixture in your vehicle.

If you have room in your trunk or under a seat in your car, keep a stash of these great auto detailing tools: a toothbrush, cotton swabs, carpet stain cleaner, microfiber cloth, and surface protector. If you don’t have room in your car, keep these tools easily accessible in your garage or home, along with a vacuum cleaner, canned air, upholstery cleaner, glass cleaner, and moist towelletes.

Don’t Forget the Small Details

Think about the surfaces that you touch most. Surfaces such as the gear shift, door handles (inside and outside), seatbelt buckles, and climate control or radio knobs can quickly accumulate the oils from our fingers. Be sure to wipe these down thoroughly with a moist towellete and use a toothbrush for any tough build up.

Many people also forget to vacuum under the seats, where crumbs, hair, dirt, and debris can hide. To clean air vents, use a plastic knife wrapped in a microfiber cloth to get into those hard to reach crevices.

Know When to Call the Professionals

Sometimes even the most diligent car detailing efforts can hit a wall. If you come across a stain that just won’t budge or have something stuck to your exterior paint, invest in professional car detailing. Professionals have access to cleaners and equipment that car owners usually don’t have, so they’re better equipped to remove that gnarly spot without chipping your paint or damaging your luscious leather. Also, while you can easily take care of the dust that may pile up on your air vents, the professionals will be able to assist you when it’s time to change your air filters.

Detailing your car doesn’t have to be an ordeal. By making auto detailing a part of your regular routine and cleaning up spills as they happen, you can maintain your Nissan’s value and enjoy riding in clean comfort.


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