Rain and car wash

30/06/2016 English


It’s summer now and the rainy days come at the same time! Some car owners hate driving during rainy days as their cars will become extremely dirty. Some like it because they will be able to earn a “free” car wash! So, this raises some questions. Is rain dangerous to your car’s surfaces? Can rain alone keep your car clean? And what are the advantages car wash equipment can offer over a natural rain rinse?

Is natural rain enough to keep a car clean?

The answer is no! Rainwater can only provide a light rinse. Even a strong rain does not have adequate pressure to remove dirt. Rain alone cannot make a car clean anyway!

Is rain dangerous to a car’s surfaces?

In general, a modern car’s surfaces are more than enough to the task of resisting rainwater and you don’t need to worry if you get wet driving around the city. However, certain areas of the world do have high levels of acid rain. This corrosive precipitation, a result of pollution, can damage your car’s surface.

What are the advantages of a car wash over a natural rain rise?

Power: The car wash delivers focused, PH balanced water with enough force to remove stubborn dirt for a better clean.

Better water: The best washes use water that is filtered, cleaner and better for your car than anything you’ll find coming out of a hose or falling from the sky.

Friction: Soft-cloth and foam brushes remove anything the high pressure rinse cannot. The process is safe and very effective.

Extras: UV coat, hot wax and drying agents all work to make sure that your car’s surface receives the affordable short-term protection you need to keep your car looking great.

Underbody rinse: Rain won’t clean out the salt, debris and brake dust underneath your car, compounds absolutely proven to damage and rust a car over time.


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Mark Cheng

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