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• 18/8/2017 - The PITFALLS of USING TOUCHLESS and OTHER AUTOMATIC CAR WASHES

"Not Responsible For Damage To Customer's Vehicle."

You've all seen the signs outside of the automatic car washes. When they are talking about "damage," they are not just talking about broken antennas! That includes scratches and swirls, as well as dings and dents.

After your house, your vehicle is probably the most expensive piece of property that you own. Like your house, your vehicle needs to be properly maintained in order for it to keep its value and protect your investment. You wouldn't sand blast your house to clean it because it would remove all of the paint from your house. Why should you allow your car to be sand blasted by taking it to a high pressure touch-less automatic car wash?

Let me explain. The Clean Water Act prohibits water run off from all car washes from entering into the sewer system, and thereby entering into our waterways and polluting them. That leaves automatic car washes a couple of choices for dealing with water run off:

A) They can collect their waste water in tanks and pay to truck it away to a recycling center; o

B) They can filter and then recycle the water Autel MaxiSys Pro.

Hauling the waste water away is a hassle and in most cases, is prohibitively costly. Therefore, most car washes filters and recycle their water. (Recycling the water also cuts down on the sewer bills, thereby lowering the automatic car wash owner's overhead.) Recycling the water means that any road dirt, sand, and grit missed by the filtering system will affect how much dirt is being sandblasted back on your car at up to 1000 psi during the wash and rinse cycles.

To remove salt, road dirt, and grit without agitation (brushes) requires the use of very strong chemical cleaners. That is why automatic car washes use high-pressure water and strong alkaline detergent to clean vehicles which strip your vehicle's protective coating of wax or sealant. If you use automatic car washes, be prepared to apply wax or sealant more often to ensure your painted surfaces are properly protected.

As for the automatic / drive through car washes which use rotating brushes to scrub the dirt off of your paint, they will get your car clean for the price of damaging your paint by inducing micro-marring and swirls in your automobile's finish, making the finish look dull and unsightly. Avoid them like the plague!

Let's not forget about the soft cloth washes Autel MaxiDiag MD808. While at first blush these types of washes would seem to be just the ticket, they also have their own pitfalls. Just imagine it's a nice day and the

car wash has had a line outside it all day. You get off of work, get gas, and decide to go through the soft cloth car wash at the station before you go home. As those soft cloths are "gently" dragged (slapped) across your vehicle autel maxisys ms906, they are actually scratching your car with the dirt, sand, and road grime that becomes embedded in the cloth from all of the previous cars that were washed before yours, as well as all of the grit and road grime that was left on your car during the first rinse.

So, there you have it. The choice is yours.

Dan Curnyn is the owner of Ultra Classic Detailing located in Omaha, Nebraska. Ultra Classic Detailing is the Omaha Metro's premier full service mobile auto detailing and appearance company.
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• 15/8/2017 - The Merits of Toy Model Trains

Toy model trains are not standard model trains. This is a common mistake among newcomers to the hobby, but we will try to clear it up right now. The first thing we will state is that model trains can be a bit expensive. The N scale train can cost anywhere from $20 to $200 depending on the model you get, and larger trains are even more expensive. Let's not even talk about the track which can cost up to $100!

The problem is obviously money, and many people would like to know whether or not they would actually enjoy the model train hobby before they delve into it. This is a fair question that may not have had an answer at one point, but it certainly does now. Toy model trains are always an option these days even though some of them are only sold seasonally.

The most common among the toy model trains is the one that you see under the Christmas tree during the holiday season. These are often sold as gifts and will come in many different shapes, sizes, and themes. For all intents and purposes they are model train sets, the biggest difference being the lack of realism and the failure to adopt any particular scale.

The general theme of these trains is fantasy. They are quite often modeled after trains that do not exist in the real world, and an actual hobbyist might be a bit appalled at this notion. There are a number of other things to note about these trains, and they are quite naturally things that the model train enthusiast would not particularly favor.

First of all the toy model trains are made of a cheaper plastic meaning they are more prone to breakage. In addition to that, their light weight makes them difficult to 'get going'. Often times these trains will require a push start before they will actually go anywhere. Sometimes these trains will derail, and this is especially true if you add too many cars to the train. In spite of that these trains do still have their uses, even in the modeling community.

The most notable use of these toy model trains is as a test run for those who believe they might be interested in the hobby. There are many who try to commit, but in the end find they are simply not 'cut out' for it. Due to the money you would spend on this hobby, it is wise to test it out with a toy model train. The most one of these will put you back is about $30, making it the best choice for experimentation.

Though toy model trains might not be the best choice for the avid modeler launch x431 v+, they are certainly nice for those who need something to play with. They are also great for displays and even toys for children who love trains Autel MaxiSys MS906BT. So if you feel you're ready to take the leap into the modeling hobby Autel MaxiSys MS908, by all means, start with the toys.

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