How to wash your vehicle after Nano coating

The most important part of keeping your ride protected for a long time is knowing how to wash it after Nano coating. Nano coatings aren’t do them once and forget, they need to be regularly maintained. Here’s what you should know about washing a ceramic coated machine.

Regular wash
Just because you’ve got your vehicle coated doesn’t mean you can be careless about washing it. It should be washed at least twice a month to prevent the build-up of contaminants. The metal coating makes the cleaning much easier so you wouldn’t have to work so hard to get the dirt off. So when you begin washing your ride keep this method in mind to avoid scratches:

The two bucket method 
This is a basic technique that keeps you from inflicting scratches on your vehicle by accident. Use one bucket for the washing soap and another one lined with a grit guard and filled with water for rinsing the dirt off the wash pad.

The grit guard does an amazing job trapping the contaminants coming off your wash pad so that they won’t come in contact with the coating surface again while cleaning. If it wasn’t for the grit guard you’d be rubbing a rock against your coated surface and cause a scratch.

Moreover if you have a high quality metal coating like Nasiol Nano ceramic coating there’s no need to wash your ride so hard.

Use a specialized soap for Nano coatings
If you’ve got a coating like Nano-Resin, it’s already doing a lot to clean itself, water beads slide slide off effortlessly and pick up gunk with them. In detailing you should always use a less aggressive solution to preserve the health of your vehicle.

You don’t need a powerful soap if your Nano Coating is already doing half the job. For nano coatings a gentle soap makes more logic as it works with every coating.

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