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Keeping a car clean means keeping the interior clean, as well. Although some car owners are disciplined enough to avoid eating or drinking anything inside their cars, most people can get away with drinking a cup of coffee on the way to work or the occasional drive-thru meal. When spills happen, however, the consequences can be seriously bad for the car’s interior. That’s especially true in the case of soda, which not only stains but also leaves a sticky residue that collects dirt and attracts bugs.
A vehicle may not be able to give you its Most Wanted list of exterior and interior offenders, but that doesn’t mean they don’t exist and can’t do serious damage to the look of a car. The accompanying guide lists some of these serious offenders for your clients as well as what they can do to protect a vehicle from them.
Courtesy of FEYNLAB, a car dealer paint protection provider.