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BMW Car Care and Cleaning

Keeping your BMW clean is no mean feat if you drive it a lot. With so few hours after work in the week to clean your car, part of your weekend is going to have to be dedicated to cleaning it. Of course, you would like it to take as short of a time as possible so you can get on with your days off. Therefore, it is imperative that you have the right BMW car care gear for the task.

Touch-Up Kits

One of the most frustrating things that can happen to your BMW, or any car for that matter, is damage to the paint work. If the damage is small enough that it can be touched up, then all you need to do is find the colour of your car and order your BMW touch-up materials.

Cleaning, Waxing and Valeting

To keep your BMW looking brand new from the outside, it is going to require regular waxing. Before you get started on giving your car its shine back, you are going to need BMW car and truck cleaning, waxing and valeting parts. Valeting kits are ideal if you want to keep the interior of your car, such as the leather seats, in perfect condition.

Air Fresheners

There are dozens of different BMW car air fresheners available in various forms. Some air fresheners are designed to be placed underneath your rear-view mirror and can be bought in bulk. Others come in little pots that can be put anywhere in the car to keep it smelling fresh and clean. Ensure you know which fragrance you would like before ordering. The BMW natural air car freshener is designed to keep your car smelling fresher for longer as it combines with the air conditioning in the vehicle.

Window and Windscreens

Keeping your windows spotlessly clean and clear of streaks is easier said than done. Microfibre cloths will clear any pesky streaks and spots away from your windows, and are better than regular cloths since they catch every bit of dirt and dust. Some windscreen cleaners have been made specifically for BMWs. Although these are designed specifically for BMWs, they can often be more expensive than generic windscreen cleaners.

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