Posted March 18, 2013
Your dad or grandpa probably told you about the unseen wonders held in a can of WD-40, but did they tell you how you can use it to clean your car? In this month’s blog, we’re shifting from auto repair tips to further your WD-40 education so you can keep your car looking its best!
Removes Tree Sap
During the summer, you’ll probably find some shade to park in when you go out—perhaps you’ll find yourself under a tree. The problem with trees, however, is the sap that drips from its branches and onto the exterior of your car. These spots are dirt magnets, causing some unsightly spots on your car. A little bit of WD-40 can help remove this scum to keep your car looking fantastic.
If you’ve ever been on a road trip, you know that it pretty much always ends with a plethora of bugs scattered on your windshield or grill. While cleaning this off can be done in a few minutes at a gas station, sometimes you have to use something a little stronger than window cleaner. Spray a bit of WD-40 on the rough spots of your grill or windshield and you will be out of that sticky situation in no time.
When it comes to your car, keeping the shiny parts shiny—like chrome—shouldn’t be anything to stress over. Spraying WD-40 on a small rag and use it to polish the chrome sections on your vehicle. This will help you keep that new car shine and protect the body of your car at the same time.
Lubricates Gas Caps
While stopping for gas might not be your #1 priority, not being able to get your gas cap off can make the situation even worse. WD-40 can make the process that much easier. Spray a little bit on your gas cap to make filling up a squeak-free process.
While WD-40 is great for small fixes in your car, when it comes to larger repairs you should only trust ASE Certified technicians. As an auto repair shop in Holland, we hope you’ll trust us with all your automotive needs. Stop by or call (616) 796-9929 to set up an appointment!
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