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Sunday, December 30, 2007

Clean your car!

I'm ready to show everyone my new 2008 Toyota Prius. Click the link below to view a few photos uploaded to Picasa.

Prius

From the advice of my Father, I've discovered the importance of washing your car. It really helps with its upkeep and value - my Dad's 96 Acura still looks gorgeous like he had just bought it. If you're curious about what products to use, I highly recommend Mr Clean's AuoDry Carwash kit. The water-gun attachment serves as a filter for soap to clean your car, and some brilliant de-ionized water plugins, which allow your car to dry spotless! And it really works, taking out all of the frustrations of washing a car on your own. Plus, refills of soap run for about $8, meaning you'll pay around $5 to wash your car, instead of $20+ at a professional car wash.

The other thing I recommend you get is Eagle 1 Wax-As-U-Dry. It's about $5 and will last for a really long time [1+ years] and waxes your car while you run your towel over the car, drying it at the same time. And no, I am not sponsored or anything by these two products. They really do work and I'm very happy with my results. I used to never wash my old car, but now that I have a new car, I feel a lot more invested in making it last as long as possible.

1 comment:

Amaranta said...

Well said.

Sunday, December 30, 2007

Clean your car!

I'm ready to show everyone my new 2008 Toyota Prius. Click the link below to view a few photos uploaded to Picasa.

Prius

From the advice of my Father, I've discovered the importance of washing your car. It really helps with its upkeep and value - my Dad's 96 Acura still looks gorgeous like he had just bought it. If you're curious about what products to use, I highly recommend Mr Clean's AuoDry Carwash kit. The water-gun attachment serves as a filter for soap to clean your car, and some brilliant de-ionized water plugins, which allow your car to dry spotless! And it really works, taking out all of the frustrations of washing a car on your own. Plus, refills of soap run for about $8, meaning you'll pay around $5 to wash your car, instead of $20+ at a professional car wash.

The other thing I recommend you get is Eagle 1 Wax-As-U-Dry. It's about $5 and will last for a really long time [1+ years] and waxes your car while you run your towel over the car, drying it at the same time. And no, I am not sponsored or anything by these two products. They really do work and I'm very happy with my results. I used to never wash my old car, but now that I have a new car, I feel a lot more invested in making it last as long as possible.

1 comment:

Amaranta said...

Well said.