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Winterize & Protect Your Car During Upcoming Colorado Winter

Winterize & Protect Your Car During Upcoming Colorado WinteR

If you have kept up with the weather at all, our upcoming winter in Colorado Springs is supposed to be heavily influenced by the ending ofthe El Niñoeventin the Pacific Ocean. According to weather forecasters, this means that the temperatures will be warmer this winter than last, but that the weather has the potential to be very moist with a lot of snow and ice accumulation.

No matter what ends up happening (we know weather is always hard to predict–the Farmers’ Almanac is predicting a Polar Coaster!), winter storms will affect your car. And if you want to make sure that your car’s paint job isn’t ruined by snowy or icy conditions–as well as the chemicals from salt and de-icing sprays used to melt winter ice–you will want to think ahead to ensure that your car won’t get damaged.

The bottom line is this: Don’t leave your car at the mercy of unpredictable winter weather conditions. It could mean the difference between ruining your car or making sure that your ride stays cool and clean during the winter season.

 

Use Ceramic Coating To Protect Your Car From Harsh Winter Conditions and Harmful Chemicals

So how can you ensure that your car’s paint job stays as shiny and new-looking during winter as any time of the year? One of the best options you will find on the market today is ceramic coating. Ceramic coating isa clear, liquid nano-ceramic coating that, when cured, transforms itself on the surface of your car to a permanent, durable, flexible glass shield.(We use the highly sought-after and innovativeCeramic Probrand.)

 

Why Ceramic Coating and Not Wax Coating?

Ceramic coating has self cleaning properties and is more preferred to wax jobs for protecting your car’s paint during the volatile winter season because it’s hydrophobic, which means that it repels water. This means that every time there’s a storm and your car travels through icy, snowy, muddy conditions of winter, your car will not be affected by all the muck. In fact, your car will maintain it’s shiny glow in a much easier way throughout the winter season without having to scrub hard or go to lots of expensive car washes.

Some of the other reasons ceramic coating is the preferred method of protecting you car is that it lasts much longer than wax coating–which usually has to be on every few months. Ceramic coating can last a few years! Wax coatings are softer, while ceramic coating is hard–meaning that it will protect and repel damaging residue much better

Do you have questions? That’s where Professional PDR – Paintless Dent Removal & Auto Service can help you! Professional PDR can help you figure out what is the best way to protect your vehicle during the icy, snowy Colorado Springs winter that is approaching.

 

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