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Protecting your Dashboard

9 February 2013


Protecting Your Cars Dashboard

When it comes to car care, cleaning the inside of your car is just as important as cleaning the outside. Just because it’s the inside of your car, doesn’t mean it is not exposed to high amounts of dirt, dust, and UV rays. While most of us are diligent about keeping our seats and floors clean, we often overlook the importance ofmaintaining our dashboard.

Protecting from UV rays

Most car owners often don’t realise the amount of harmful UV rays your cars dashboard is exposed to. This is even more of a problem here in Australia withour extreme sun exposure. It is important that your dashboard is cleaned andprotected on a regular basis. Without this protection your dashboard is susceptible to fading and even cracking.

Protecting your windscreen from UV rays will also help protect the dashboard of your car. Applying Blast will allow for added protection to the inside of your car. In extreme conditions when you will be leaving your car indirect sun for a long period of time, it is always recommended you use a sunshade to cover your windshield.

Keeping your interior free of dust

There is one simple trick to keeping the inside of your car clean from dust and grime. When driving through either a city, or in any area with high pollutants. Make sure you turn the outside air off. Doing this will ensure no new pollutants are brought inside your car, keeping it cleaner longer.Taking these steps will allow your dashboard to stay pristine, and keep your interior looking newer for longer.


Do you have any tips to maintaining your dashboard? Let us know in our comment section!





About the Author

Joel Milligan

Joel Milligan lives in Sydney and loves everything that has at least 2 wheels and an engine. He probably could talk several hours about keeping a vehicle clean and shiny. And that's exactly why we asked him to write for our blog.




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