So, you’ve decided to treat yourself and buy a brand-new car, fresh off of the lot! Congratulations – we’re sure you’ll love your new vehicle.

But before you start driving it all around town, you may want to consider professional auto detailing. Whether you invest in wax, paint sealants, stain guard or ceramic protection, getting your new car detailed professionally is a good idea. Why? Here are 5 reasons.

1. It’s Probably Been On The Lot For A While

Most new cars aren’t stored in showrooms. They’re stored in parking lots – outdoors. This means they’ll be outside in the pouring rain, sleet, snow, and ice. Dirt will settle on them, debris will fall on them – and the longer a car is outside, the more weather it will have to endure.

Most dealerships will give a car a quick wash before they let you drive it off of the lot – but this is far from the paint rejuvenation and paint decontamination services you’ll get from a professional auto detailer, such as Advance Detailing Experts.

2. Brand New Doesn’t Mean “Perfect”

Just because your car is brand new doesn’t mean that the paint job is perfect, or that it’s adequately protected from the elements. Most new cars have advanced paint and anti-corrosion technology, but it’s still a good idea to invest in a professional detailing to protect your investment.

3. Car Dealers Don’t Always Do A Good Job Of Detailing

Detailing is not a specialty of the technicians and staff at auto manufacturing plants or dealerships. They may often do a poor job of detailing your car, and neglect things like interior protection, stain guard, and paint sealants. You could even end up with a car that has fine scratches and swirls due to improper finishing.

A professional auto detailing can help you restore and rejuvenate your paint, ensuring that your brand new vehicle looks great for months and years to come.

4. You Can Protect Your Investment From The Elements

Even a minor scratch or paint imperfection on your car can lead to rust and corrosion, and costly damage to your vehicle. Your paint and ceramic coating are all that protects the metal of your car from the elements.

If your car paint is damaged at all, or has any weak points, you could easily end up with corrosion or further damage to your car. For a brand-new car, that’s certainly not ideal.

5. Automakers Don’t Detail The Inside Of Your Car

When you buy a new car, you’re lucky if the interior even gets a wipe-down with a towel. But with professional auto detailing, you can get stain guard for your interior and seats, and interior protection like Scotchgard and other water-resistant protective technologies.

Come To Advance Detailing Experts – Let Us Take Care Of Your New Car!

Your new car is an investment. So don’t spare any expense when it comes to taking care of it! Come to Advance Detailing Experts now, and let us protect your vehicle with a comprehensive, all-in-one luxury detailing.

Sergio Fierro

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