One distinct feature all new cars have is that shiny and glossy look. If you're an owner of a new car you must feel proud having this aesthetically pleasing look.
You can have this look for more than a couple of months after the purchase. You can have it for years and it starts from the first time you wash your new car.
Your new car needs to be waxed to maintain the shine and for other protective benefits.
Why should new cars be waxed?
Once your car leaves the dealership, the exterior wear and tear process begins. When you wax your car from the first car wash, you slow this process. (Here are my recommendations on the best car waxes)
Some new cars actually get no form of protection applied to the paint at the factory or dealership. Though the clear coat is what makes the car shine it doesn’t necessarily protect it from environmental impact.
This clear coat also needs protecting which is why you need to wax your new car. If you want the protection immediately you can apply the paint on the first or couple days after the purchase.
Besides maintaining the new look, car wax is the best form of protection against most environmental impacts.
Wax your new car after the next time you wash it if you want to reap the following benefits: