Jax Wax Dash Vent Magic Is a Must Have
I have learned quite alot about our vehicles' interiors. From the roof to the floor, it needs to be restored at least twice a year. That time is before winter and after!
I managed to get a head start on my spring cleaning for both my vehicles and I believe it will be much easier this time around because I took and inventory of what had to be done. On my list are the dashboard, all vents and crevices and the area betweeen the seats, console, under the seats and around the doors. These are the hardest places to reach and clean. so I purchased a couple of stiff paint brushes brushes and a couple of soft paint brushes they were $1 on clearance at Wal-Mart. The brush you are using should fit the task. They must be stiff to agitate dirt and sweep it away. The tough spots between the seats and carpet will be a breeze with these brushes--the best place to use these brushes will be the spaces between your front and back windshields--where bugs and other dirt and dust get trapped. Vacuuming will be much easier as well once these areas are cleaned.
To preserve your dashboard, use Jax Wax Dash Vent Magic. It's the best for your dashboard, vents and all plastic and vinyl--just spray on and leave or wipe if you choose. When using on your dashboard, protect your windshield by spraying Dash Vent Magic onto a sponge to apply it on areas closer to glass. If it does get a little oily, remove it with Jax Wax Streak-Free Glass Cleaner It will leave a like-new finish that you will love and it will last until your next detail.
** Due to higher frequency of rain and dust, It is recommend that you detail your vehicle once a week during the summer months.**
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Please drive safely!
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