Avoid Washing Cars With Rain Water, Makes Body Paint Damage Quickly

Some people still use the abundant rainwater to wash their cars with soiled bodies.

The habit of washing your car with rainwater should be avoided as it risks painting the car.

Anthony Himawan, owner of H!, explained that rainwater is not usable for car washing, according to a garage in Mampang Prapatan, south of Jakarta.

“Rainwater used to wash cars can actually accelerate the wear and tear of car paint,’ he said.

“Sometimes groundwater still has the potential to damage car paint,” he added. Anthony said rainwater contains high levels of acid.

The acidic components of rainwater are corrosive and can erode the varnish layer of car paint.
“Washing the car in constant rain removes the varnish layer from the car’s paint,” said Anthony.

“The base layer of car paint is not protected from sunlight and weather,” he added.

Rainwater also contains dust, so it is not a clean water particle.

If rainwater is left as it is, mold or water stains that are difficult to remove without gloss are formed.

“Even if you use a special car shampoo, rainwater is still bad for car paint,” Anthony said.

“Washing the car in constant rain removes the varnish layer from the car’s paint,” said Anthony.

“The base layer of car paint is not protected from sunlight and weather,” he added.

Rainwater also contains dust, so it is not a clean water particle.

If rainwater is left as it is, mold or water stains that are difficult to remove without gloss are formed.

“Even if you use a special car shampoo, rainwater is still bad for car paint,” Anthony said.

Source: Gridoto

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