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Does a New Vehicle Require Prep Work?Updated a year ago

If you have a machine that’s just been unloaded from a semi, paint damage, swirl marks, and scratches are probably non-existent, for new vehicles typically arrive at dealerships wrapped in protective vinyl.

However, once that vinyl comes off, even new automobiles are vulnerable to airborne contaminants. If you don't feel like your brand-new automobile requires a high pH ceramic prep shampoo scrub-down or a clay decontamination rub-down, at least hit it with a properly blended Isopropyl Alcohol (IPA) solution, followed by a clean microfiber towel wipe-down. 

For additional information on mandatory pre-ceramic coating install prep work, be sure to check out our blog article on the topic here.

Looking to learn more about the rock-hard world of nano ceramic coatings, as well as DIY car detailing tips, automotive quick fixes, and various other forms of nerdy garage information? Head on over to the AvalonKing blog, where you will find a deluge of useful automotive advice.

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