Wax is important for a car, it helps make the car's paint really shine (which is especially important if you have a nice, luxury car that you want to show off to people). Wax is also important for helping to keep a car's paint protected against outside contaminants like dirt, dust, mud, and other debris.
However what you do not need to do is both polish and wax your car each time you wash it. Indeed if you did polish each time you washed, and did this on a weekly or bi-weekly basis, it could actually damage your paintwork over-time, depending if your polish contains a degree of abrasive.
If you do it in a caring manner without pressure, they will listen and believe you when you say that a new car should be waxed. Not only will you generate more revenue by getting these cars into your shop quicker, you'll prevent potentially serious damage being done to your customer's new car. You will be doing the right thing! Kevin Farrell owns and operates Kleen Car (www.kleencarauto.com), a full-service auto detailing business located in New Milford, NJ.
You can now wax your car once you roll it off the showroom floor. The fact is, when you buy the car, it has already had a wax job, so that disproves it right there, as you can clearly wax a new car. To keep your car in great shape, many experts recommend three wax jobs per year.
You don't need to wax it right away if you bought it new. It should already have a wax coat on it and you shouldn't have to worry for about 6 months. If you wish to maintain a shiny exterior after the 6 months, wax your car every 3-6 months from that point on.
You can wax your car as soon as you bring it home from the dealer without worrying about ruining anything. It is highly recommended you, or a professional, wax your car as soon as possible. The longer you wait, the more elements your car will be exposed to without being protected.