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  • Wash Your Car Like A Pro

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    Everyone enjoys a clean car in the summer. Take some time this week and clean it the right way. Take a look at some of these tips to get your car looking sleek and clean. You may have been washing it the wrong way for years!

    Start with Compressed Air and Stiff Scrub Brushes on Your Carpets
    Many of the cars our Detroit-area pro detailer Brandon Hagaman works on wind up at local car shows—some are concours winners. The first step, he advises, is to fire up the air compressor and blow dirt from the nooks and crannies of your car's floor onto the middle of the carpet, where you can easily vacuum it up. Stiff brushes also loosen dirt from the carpets and upholstery. If you've got leather seats, use a conditioner with aloe.

    Duct Clean to Keep that New-Car Smell
    Compressed air from a small, portable compressor is an easy way to blow dust and dirt out of heating and air-conditioning ductwork. The trick is to aim the high-pressure air at the walls of the ducts behind the vent grilles, where dust and dirt stick and cause musty smells. If your car has a cabin air filter you can change it, or remove it and blow the dust and dirt out.

    Read more at Yahoo Auto

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