Over the years, Electric cars have become a part of many of our lives. Electric car aids us with several advantages like easier maintenance, tax benefits, cleaner environment strategy, improved fuel efficiency and a user-friendly technology.
Electric car wash: Make it hassle free
Though washing an electric car is not so easy, you can make it simple through a systematic approach. First of all, if you are having a plan to buy a car, set up your garage with a proper drainage. If you have already one, then better do your car wash either in the early morning or in the afternoon. Ensure that your car is cool.
Keep everything within your reach
Before starting with, you have to keep all the things that you need such as buckets, wheel brush, wheel cleaner, car wash, tire dressing, grit guard insert, and degreaser around your washing place. Make it sure that your hose is long enough to reach anywhere around the car without much effort.
Let us start with the wheels
Just spray the degreaser first on the wheels and then hit them with wheel cleaner. A quick brushing at the wheel wells followed by a wheel scrub can make things good. Now, rinse off everything and start with the other wheel until all four of them are complete.
Start your washing from top
Place your grit guard in one bucket and car wash in another, both half filled with water. Give your car a fine rinse down first and then starts with a sponge or a wash mitt. Dip the sponge first in the soap and work your way down from the top of the car. Once you had put the soap at the maximum reach, then rinse the mitt or sponge in the clean water against the grit guard to make certain that you have a clean sponge. Get more soap and continue with the same until all the panels are clean with no soap content is left.
Drying of your electric car
One can use a tiny blower to dry your car. Start from door handles, marker lights and tail lights, lug nuts mirrors, panel gaps and the head lights. If these areas are completed, then we can follow a top to bottom strategy to make your vehicle surface waterless. If a blower is not available, then two waffle weave microfiber towels can be sued to remove the water. But we may need two to three sets of these soft towels depending on the vehicle size.
Once the car body is dry, then open the doors, trunk as well as the hood to remove any water of the jambs. Now clean the car glass both from outside and inside.
Once the body is dry open the doors, trunk and hood to wipe down any water out of the jambs. Then we will clean the glass both on the inside and outside. Quick detailer and a small tire dressing can be used along with a bit of wheel wax to make your car wheels look more polished.