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Keep Your Vehicles Protected During Pollen Season

Posted on 04/08/2013 by Adrienne Sallerson  |  0 Comments

Did you know that pollen, if not removed properly, can damage the paint on your vehicles?  Pollen can cling to the various pores of your paint, and if you think simply wiping the substance away is the answer, think again.  Wiping pollen away can actually scratch the paint on your vehicles.  Waiting for a rainy day to wash the substance away? Water can actually activate the acidic qualities of pollen, which can also damage your paint job and lead to rust.

With pollen season in full effect, it’s important to take special care of your vehicles and keep them properly maintained. After all, your vehicles are moving advertisements for your business, and first impressions are lasting impressions. 

Here are a few tips to protect your vehicles during pollen season:

Rinse Regularly: Be sure to wash your vehicles regularly to prevent paint damage from pollen build up. Remember, simply wiping away at the substance will only push the coating around, leaving scratches.

Wash and Wax: After washing your vehicles and letting them dry, apply a thin coat of wax to the exterior.  This can help to keep the pollen from sticking to your vehicles during the rinse process.

Park Away from Trees: Parking under trees leads to saps, buds, pollen and new plant growth landing right onto your precious paint job.  So, be sure to park far away from trees during early spring.


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