All about Auto Detailing
Washing the exterior with a sponge and water is not the most efficient or effective way to clean a vehicle. Dirty water is spread around the vehicle by using a sponge, and the toxic cleaning chemicals used may damage the surface of the vehicle. Professional auto detailing companies prefer using machines such as Daimer®’s Super Max™ 6120SCW. The use of a pressure washer with high steam temperatures melts stubborn stains and residues while blasting them off the surface. With pressure levels of 1000 psi, low flow rates of 0.5 GPM, and steam temperatures up to 300°F, cars are washed safely and effectively.
Why Auto Detailing Is More Complex
Vehicles contain a number of different materials, ranging from the hard, metal exterior body, to the soft, upholstered interior of seats and it is important to understand the limits of each surface. For example, engine parts and other components are made of strong metals, ideal for the use of pressure washers. Interiors with upholstered seats should be cleaned with carpet cleaners. Glass and other hard surfaces within the vehicle can be cleaned with steam cleaners.
There is no one machine ideal for cleaning every surface of a vehicle. However, cleaning professionals often use pressure washers such as the Super Max™ 6120SCW for exterior auto detailing. When used along with Daimer®’s Eco-Green® Heavy Duty Car Wash, the cleaning power of these auto detailing machines can effectively clean engines, metal exteriors, and even tires. For cleaning automotive interiors, an XTreme Power® carpet extractor, like the XPH-5900IU, is ideal. This unit boasts temperature levels up to 210°F to dissolve stubborn residues, while the upholstery tool enables users to access hard-to-reach areas. For enhanced cleaning power, pre-spray the upholstery or carpet with Eco-Green® Carpet Care & Upholstery Cleaner, one of the most powerful and environmentally safe carpet shampoos available.
Daimer®, a top distributor of cleaning products, offers many cleaning machines specifically designed for auto detailing. For more details, visit www.daimer.com.
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