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Why should I detail, and how often?
Detailing really is the first line of defense when it comes to protecting one’s car from the elements. Without regular cleaning, conditioning, and treatment, a car’s interior and exterior are prone to discoloration, marring, cracking, and peeling courtesy of UV damage, road debris, and every other manner of imaginable contaminant.
How often a car needs to be detailed is dependent primarily upon how often the vehicle is driven, the type of extreme driving conditions it sees (snow, hail, sandstorms, etc.), and if it spends long periods of time sitting in the sun.
Sergey recommends a weekly wash to keep pollen and dirt from embedding itself in the clear coat, and a monthly wash and wax to ensure the shell of the car remains covered with a shiny shield. Sealants and coatings, on the other hand, are a procedure that is best left to the pros, and should be attended to every one to two years depending on the kind of driving the car is used for.