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Summer is Officially Over
Well, it's that time again! Soon the leaves will be turning and the eves will be cooler. The sure sign that winter is a comin' for those of us in the Northeast. Are you ready?
I hate to sound redundant, but it would be in your best interest to seriously consider setting aside at least 3 hours of your time. Look at it as spending quality time with yourself (and your car). If you are like me, you've named your vehicle--my car's name is "Grace"--no explanation needed. If that isn't reason enough, then think of it as investing in your investment.
So in order to do what needs to be done before it's too late. I will give you some helpful hints, ideas and products that will make this (job) as painless as possible. I promise.
First of all, this doesn't have to be expensive. I always do my shopping at our Wal-Mart Supercenter and I always pay less. So please give them a try before going to places like Auto Zone or parts and accessories stores. The following is a recommended list:
1. Armor All or Meguiar's Plastic, Rubber & Vinly Protector $5.99
2. 12 count bag of white terry towels 4.58
3. 1 applicator sponge (Meguiar's) .99
4. Maguiar's Next Generation Tech Wax 13.00
5. Meguiar's Booster Wax 6.99
These are all the things you will need to get your car ready for the coming winter. I hope that you will make the commitment to preserve your vehicle. If any of you are like me, you have to make it last forever! Keep shining!
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