Car Exterior ProtectionThe most affected during monsoons are the car exteriors. Muck, dirt and leaves ruins the finish of the paint and the damage could be much more if preventive measures are not taken on time. The easy way to protect your car exterior is to keep it clean and make sure the muck and dirt doesn’t settle down. If you get time to do so, make sure you wipe off the entire gunk from your car’s body post driving in the rain. This would ensure that the muck and dirt don’t settle on the paint and damage it.
Do not put any Car CoverWhile the car cover may protect your car from twigs and leaves falling on it and also would wash off any water which would fall on the car when it rains but at the same time it leaves the moisture on the car’s body while removing off the cover. This would again damage the pristine finish of the car.
Clean under the bonnetRemember to always clean under the boot lid and the bonnet of your car. Frequently, leaves tend to get stuck under them which end up clogging the water drainage gutters. The leaves can also get stuck inside door jams causing water to accumulate in crevices and causing rust which will then lead to water leaking into the interior cabin.
Car Interiors ProtectionThe interior of your car takes one of the worst brunt in the monsoon. Wet and muddy shoes, wet clothes and very high level of moisture can cause the insides of your car to smell. The best way to keep the water and muck off the carpets is to use old newspapers. Newspaper absorbs water instantly and is cheap to buy too which makes it a great alternate to using cloth to clean the carpets and mats.
Keep your car seats protectedIn case you have got drenched in the rain and then you need to get into the car, make sure you keep a towel on the seat as the car seats would remain protected and dry.
Think your car can do with a little extra care? Book your Hyundai for monsoon car servicing at Capital Hyundai today.