With wintertime comes the necessity of all kinds of snow removal. Below are three snow removal tips that you can use to clean off your car after it has snowed.
Use Your Brush on Painted Areas
You shouldn’t use your scraper to clear anyplace on your car except its windows. It may leave deep gouges and scratches in your paint. This is what the brush is for. The bristles are made of soft nylon and they won’t be as likely to damage the paint.
Allow Enough Time to do the Job
After it’s snowed heavily, it’s going to take time to clear the car off, at least 20 minutes. Be patient and don’t rush. Make sure that you have ample time to clean your car off completely. Don’t just clear off a tiny amount so you can see out of your front and rear windows. You want to be able to see completely out of all your windows.
Turn Your Defrosters On
Allow the car to idle and become warm while cleaning it off, and make sure you’re turning on your defrosters. This is going to help with cleaning off your back and front windows. After you’ve cleaned off your other windows, the defrosters will have helped with melting the snow.
These are three tips that you can use for car snow removal. Just make sure that you do a thorough job and that you leave enough time to do the job. Otherwise you can endanger yourself and other people on the road.