Easy Way to Clean the Front Grille
30 August, 2019
Having a clean car is everyone’s dream, it sure is a satisfaction to see the car shining without any spot at all. There are owners who wash their cars with their kids to spent more quality time, and there are people who would rather wash their vehicle at the Car Wash with no hustle.
But handing over your vehicle to the car wash sometimes resulted in disappointment as it does not match the expectation, because they tend to wash the cars as fast as possible due to quantity rather to quality. The result may differ if you wash your car by yourself, there’s a sense of pride and relief to what you have achieved, besides the extra exercise that you gain.
Of all the spots that you must wash, the front grille is no exception as it is the front of the vehicle and it will be the first to be hit by the spots and stains or bugs. In several countries, this front area is mostly guarded, therefore they even sell an accessory covering the headlights, front grille and even the front bumpers. Why crucial? It is ‘the gate’ for the wind to cool-off the radiator or to flow the air thru the car for aerodynamism.
As you wash your car, this front area will certainly be washed by water and liquid, and many times spots are hard to clean up. Various vehicles have various front grille design – some comes with chrome-blade grille, honeycomb, or even sophisticated ones that needs time to clean up.
Basically, there is no difficulties in cleaning up the front grille, besides using a chamois cloth, you can also use microfiber. Sometimes you may use the microfiber with soap and water or later after for drying. You may also use brush of nylon for the chrome-grille, so it does not scratch the paint. For the Honeycomb grille or sporty-like grille, you may use bigger brush to clean it up. Use soft brush to avoid scratches to your paint. Certainly, cleaning liquid is also recommended for a shinier effect to your front-grille. But beware not to use the wrong liquid chemical, because it may affect your email.