<![CDATA[Mobile Car Wash & Detailing Service Georgia | Aqua Green - BLOG]]>Thu, 14 Oct 2021 13:10:15 -0700Weebly<![CDATA[Ten Ways For Maintaining Your Car’s Value]]>Fri, 06 Aug 2021 07:00:00 GMThttp://aquagreenwash.com/blog/ten-ways-for-maintaining-your-cars-valueAt some point you will have to bid your car farewell. That is often a moment of realization, since the value of your vehicle starts depreciating the first moment you drive it. However, there are many ways to preserve its value while we own it, which can both increase your car’s lifetime and preserve its resale value:

1. Think Of Your Vehicle As An Investment 
​A good mindset is always the best start! We all know that our vehicle will lose value over time, but not everybody adopts the same attitude when it comes to taking proper daily care of it. Coming to terms with this idea (“it’s not just a means of transportation; it’s an investment that I can recover to an extent”) will lay excellent foundations for maintaining your car’s value. 

2. Maintain Your Car and Keep Service Records
Besides everything that comes with proper maintenance (regular washing, repairs, adequate driving, and protection), it cannot be stressed enough how important it is to keep your service records. They are always the best proof of your vehicle’s history, and a quick way to show buyers just how well you took care of your car.

3. Use All Weather Floor Mats
It is easy to undermine the difference floor mats can make in a vehicle. Just ask anyone used to driving in cold weather! These simple, overlooked items are very important to protect the interior of your car from dirt, snow, and the particularly annoying salt stains, which are difficult to remove.  

4. Constantly Check Your Fluid Level and Tire Pressure
We all lead busy lives, so you may have realized that you have not checked the oil or put air in the tires for a long while. While oil keeps the engine running smoothly, adequate tire pressure improves the mileage of the car. Therefore, checking both things often will pay off in the long run.

5. Don’t Ignore Any Body or Paint Damage
Besides affecting the value of your vehicle, scratches tend to remove the clear coat that protects the paint job, which in turn exposes the car to further damage such as rust. Avoid this by repairing the damage right away, and remember not to wash your car too roughly.

6. Don’t Eat, Drink or Smoke in Your Car
Cigarette smoke is known to dull interior surfaces and even discolor them, not to mention the persistent ashtray-like smell it leaves. Food and drinks can leave stains and hurt your vehicle’s value. Keep your car as a smoke-free environment and avoid eating and drinking on the road.

7. Protect Your Vehicle Against Rust
Especially for those who live in cold, harsh weather areas, rust can be a nightmare to deal with. Salt deposits eventually lead to rust, so it is a good idea to combat this by washing your car regularly, as well as by undercoating it with a rust proof spray.

8. Store It Properly
Once again, weather can be a defining factor for your vehicle’s value over the long term. Excessive sun will fade the outer surfaces of your car, while cold and snow tend to damage engines and other components. Keep your car in a climate-controlled space and you will certainly avoid some expensive repairs.

9. Rent For Long Trips
If you are planning to embark on a long road trip, it might be a good idea to rent a car and leave your personal vehicle at home. Remember that fewer miles equal to more resale value, and if you rent a fuel-efficient car, you might even save a bit of money in gas.

10. Wash Your Car Inside and Outside Regularly
We covered this recently in our blog, as it is a crucial part of car maintenance. Washing your vehicle twice a month is a good general rule of thumb. When possible get a hand wash service to further protect the paint from any scratches or swirl marks. Waxing, meanwhile, should happen once every 3 months to protect the paint against the elements. And of course, don’t forget the interior! ]]>
<![CDATA[how often should you wash your car?]]>Tue, 29 Jun 2021 07:00:00 GMThttp://aquagreenwash.com/blog/how-often-should-you-wash-your-carHow often should I wash my car? Is handwashing actually better than relying on automated car wash services? You may have asked yourself these questions before with good reason. Our car is an investment after all, and when it comes to its maintenance, it is smart to consider regular washing as a part of the investment.
It is also wise to be cautious, though! Wash it too often, and you may find yourself spending much more money than what is necessary. Wash it too sporadically, and that nice paint will lose its glow and the interior will start fading. Most experts agree on washing your car every two weeks as a good general rule of thumb. However, there are many other factors to consider.

When Should I Wash My Car More Than Usual?
Here is where your lifestyle and environment can become a deciding factor. If your vehicle is parked outside and exposed to the elements, it’s more likely to collect dirt, pollen, and unwelcoming bird droppings. However, your car may require some extra care in coastal areas (as the salt accelerates rusting), humid regions, and places with other specific hazards (hard water, frequent snow). You might also consider changing your washing schedule during winter: more frequent cleaning is a good way to prevent salt buildup.
Of course, all this depends on whether you use your car very often, or if it safely stays in your garage for most of the day. As for the interior of your car, cleaning it once a month should be enough in most cases – it is less exposed to the environment than the exterior.

​How Often Should I Wax My Car?
There are indeed many advantages that come with regularly waxing your vehicle. It is one of the best ways to protect its paint for years to come, not to mention that shiny, clean-as-new effect that we all like!
Experts have different opinions on how to achieve that perfect waxing. However, most of them agree, waxing your car once every three months is a nice balance. Most productions in the markets provide an average of three month month glow & protection. 
To get the best results ensure using quality products and the proper tools. It’s recommended to get your car waxed by a qualified technician when possible. 

What AquaGreen Wash Brings to the Table?
AquaGreen Wash provides a specialized car washing service that is highly efficient, eco-friendly and, above all, ultra-convenient! We know that taking proper care of your car can be time-consuming, that’s why AquaGreen is designed to save you time. We employ a handwashing technique designed to both provide the best washing while protecting the environment at the same time. We emphasize handwashing - it allows us to clean in a more precise and efficient way, minimizing water excess and protecting your car against rusting in the long run.
Since we do not require access to your water supply, our eco-friendly service is ideal for apartment complex residents, office park employees, and fleet vehicles.
Let’s Recap!

How Often Should I Wash My Car?
You should wash your car every two weeks, considering environmental factors that might lead you to wash it more often. Cleaning the interior of your vehicle once per month should be enough in most cases.

When Should I Wash My Car More Often Than Usual?
In winter (to prevent salt buildup), and also when exposed to certain environmental conditions (humidity, frequent rain or snow, pollen, dust, wooded or coastal areas).

How Often Should I Wax My Car?
Waxing your car once every three months is a good rule of thumb]]>
<![CDATA[What's aquaGreen Wash?]]>Fri, 28 May 2021 07:00:00 GMThttp://aquagreenwash.com/blog/whats-aquagreen-washAquaGreen Wash is an ultra-efficient, eco-friendly mobile car wash service/auto detailing. By using specialized biodegradable products, we expertly clean dirty painted surfaces while using a minimal amount of water.
Our method is designed to break down grime deposits and lubricate dirt particles. This allows our high-quality microfiber towels to restore that perfect shine to your car.
Using excess water ultimately causes rust and corrosion issues, not to mention the toxic contaminants that pollute our environment. On average, a conventional car wash uses 45 gallons of water per vehicle. The AquaGreen system uses less than 2 gallons.
Our passion for cars and the environment has led us to come up with the AquaGreen Wash solution.
How we do it?
  • We use high quality microfiber towels, which is key for a spotless wash
  • When possible, we wash in a shaded area to maximize the shine
  • Wipe & dry technique
  • We work one panel at a time
A great advantage for our clients is that we do not require access to your water or power supply. Our eco-friendly approach is ideal for apartment complex residents, office park employees, and fleet vehicles.
The days of waiting in line at the car wash are over: now we bring the car wash to you. Our premium, eco-friendly hand washing service will make your life much easier. Reclaim your time while your car reclaims its shine.
Book your appointment now.