It won’t be long now before summer will be here. With it comes warm weather and a desire to be outside. Whether it’s for picnics in the park or adventures in the wilderness, driving your car in the summer can lead to it getting dirty.
Of course, if that happens, it doesn’t take much to get it clean and sparkling again. There are a few culprits that occur in the summer that can make your car washing more complicated. If any of these happen to get on your car, you might consider taking it to a professional cleaner to have it taken care of. In fact, you might just want to take it down to get winter washed off the car before summer actually gets here.
If you’ve already accomplished that task, then below are some things to watch out for this summer that will make your car dirty.
One of the biggest issues during the spring and summer are the number of bugs that happen to be around. No doubt, you’ve experience hitting clouds of them while driving down the road. When they splat onto your windshield or hit the front of your car, they can be incredibly hard to get off. They are definitely an element that will make your car super dirty over the summer.
As the snow melts, right before the plants have a chance to bloom and cover the ground, mud becomes a major problem. Even in the summer mud can make your car dirty. When those unexpected showers hit, they turn the dirt and debris that is on the road into a wet mess that easily sticks to your car.
If there’s one thing you can always expect in the summer, it’s construction. Especially out here in Denver, it’s important for them to take advantage of the nice weather when they can. When the work on roads, they stir up a lot of dust that can find its way onto your car. If they happen to be pouring cement or using hot tar to fix cracks and holes in the street, that can also get stuck to your car and make it dirty.
If you find that these summer culprits have made your car exceptionally dirty, bring it down to RJs Auto Spa for a full service auto detail. When we’re done, you won’t even know that these elements had been stuck to the outside of the car.