5 Reasons to Wax Your Car Before Winter

By Product Expert | Posted in Tips & Tricks on Tuesday, November 24th, 2020 at 5:32 pm
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Professionally Wax Your Car in Central Minnesota

One of the best things you can do for your vehicle’s paint job is having it waxed. There are numerous benefits that come from doing so, especially before winter hits. If you’re still trying to determine whether your vehicle should be waxed, continue reading below to learn five reasons why you should have your vehicle professionally waxed before the snow, slush, ice, rock salt and other corrosive materials threaten your vehicle’s paint job during each winter drive.

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Why should I wax my car before winter?

Having your vehicle professionally waxed before Christmas is a great idea because it provides a thin layer of protectant from materials that can corrode or harm a paint job. Rock salt is one of the worst perpetrators and because it is used on many roads to prevent ice, it comes in contact with the paint job via slush and snow. Oftentimes, the cold temperatures that come with winter months make it difficult to get a car wash regularly, so rock salt can eat away at the paint and lead to rust in the long term. Having a layer of wax between things like rock salt, ice, snow, freezing rain and bird droppings can be extremely beneficial in protecting a vehicle’s paint job.

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Schedule Detailing Service at Kimber Creek Ford

If you are interested in having your vehicle waxed in central Minnesota, check out our detailing services at Kimber Creek Ford! We offer three different services and each includes an exterior wax job. Allow our experienced service staff to handle the job and schedule a detail service appointment today. Need another form of service or preventative maintenance? Schedule a service appointment! Give us a call at 218-818-4419 if you have any questions.

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