Simply put, we are just going to talk about the art of cleaning and fixing and not to mention restoring your car to its former glory. Just so you do not have to face the embarrassment of driving around a piece of junk all the time. And if you get better at this thing, you could maybe do this for a living. If you are into cars, that is. Then get a job for St Louis auto detailing.
It does not have to so complicated and complex. Though, there are some tips to remember and notes to take about this. You have to remember that a car is not just a heap of junk as your wife has probably told you for about a thousand times.
It is also your mode of transportation that gets you from point A to point B. They are an investment. They are the type you want to keep in the most perfect condition as much as possible. Because you will be seen riding this and driving this all day when you go to work and then get back from it, you have to make sure it does not look like a pile of junk all the time.
You need to repaint the thing while also changing some of the primes items on and inside that car. The engines have to be either fixed or replaced and everything else have to restored back to its primes condition. You might as well be buying another car at this point.
But OUR point is that you do not just do this as a one time thing. You need to do this regularly if your wallet can handle it. If not, then maybe make it yearly or heck, even twice a year if possible. This is just like making sure your own house is not a dump.
You need to clean it all the time if not on a regular basis. Like monthly. But fixing and beautifying a car on a monthly basis is really expensive so maybe we should refrain from doing that. But if you have the money for it then go for it. In fact, why not just buy a new car every month if you love it so much?
And then brag about it to all your Fast and Furious fans and friends. And then if you want, store them in a safe place. You cannot drive them all together and at once.
You may want to drive a different one every day but where are you going to store the ones that need to be kept away while they are not in use? Before you store it though, fill its tank with a premium type of gas and add just a little bit of fuel stabilizer.
Follow the instructions on those really carefully so you do not mess it up and accidentally ruin the beautiful car you just bought. That would be a great sin to have. To damage an expensive car. Fill it up to the brim. Doing that gives the excess moisture less time to build up in those open spaces.