Thursday, 31 January 2019


We don't need to remind you that rain can be dangerous. We live in a tropical country, we all know the hard realities of perennial floods. But even in the absence of six-legged floods, it pays special attention to preparing for rainy weather. 
Rainwater is not something your car should be exposed to. However, they have no control over such a natural occurrence, and driving in the rainy season is not a viable option. What is the solution? Well, you can protect your car in many ways. Taking good care will ensure that it will be stable throughout the season.
5 proven tips to protect your car on rainy days 
You have to take good care of your vehicle to ensure not only driving safety, but also the condition you are in for years to come. Follow these
tips for vehicle maintenance in the rainy season:

>>Do not let rainwater sit for long

It is detrimental to the paintwork of the bodywork. So wash the car after driving all day. If you need to stay outside for a long time, using wax polish may be a viable option. It forms a thin protective layer on the paint and allows the water to roll off easily.

>>Close the openings 
It is important so that no rain enters the car. It is your duty to check the gumming of the doors before the arrival of the monsoon. Repair or replace if the pads are broken or damaged. Also lubricate the door hinges to make them completely watertight. The exposed metal parts may develop rust due to the constant action of water. Spray these areas with a corrosion inhibitor to prevent weathering.

Wash it ... frequently 
It may not make sense to novice drivers, because they think the rain is doing that work tirelessly. The truth is that any vehicle accumulates more dirt and grime while driving on wet surfaces and muddy tracks.
Frequent cleaning will protect your car on rainy days from contaminants that can damage the paint. In addition, it will neutralize the acidity in the rainwater. However, do not forget to use a shampoo for good quality cars, since dirt and debris will scratch the smooth paint if it does not lubricate the surface.

Protects the interiors of water and moisture 
Despite taking all preventive measures, it is not uncommon to discover carpets and wet floors when driving in the rain. You should use cloth mats instead of rubber mats so they can absorb the liquid and always have extra sets to replace at the time of emergency.
Use a vacuum cleaner and hold a bottle of essential oil or fresh herbs such as mint, rosemary, chamomile, etc. If the seats are wet, avoid mold formation when the windows are open when parked in the garage.

Take care of the tires 

Monsoon is a test of tires, because it often has to run on slippery, muddy surfaces. So the tread should be at the right depth and the inflation should be at the right level to provide better driving comfort and protect your car on rainy days.


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