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Winter car care is essential to keep your vehicle protected from snow, ice, and plummeting temperatures. Winter presents some major challenges for your vehicle. Cold temperatures cause rubber seals and tires to become dry and stiff, road salt threatens the paint, and ice clouds your windshield. Not to worry! Autogeek.net has your winter car care needs covered with weatherproof waxes and paint sealants, innovative ice scrapers, and protective rubber dressings. Follow our easy tips to winterize your car found in our "Winterizing Your Car's Exterior" guide. With a little preventative maintenance, your vehicle will weather the winter beautifully.
Our Top Picks For Winter-Tough Paint Protection:
Wolfgang Deep Gloss Paint Sealant: This high-tech paint sealant is proof that you don’t have to sacrifice shine in the name of durability. German Super Polymers provide superior paint protection that can withstand repeated exposure to road salt and cold temperatures. The immense amount of surface tension created by the sealant makes your vehicle nearly effortless to clean. Road salt, dirt, and grime will melt off the paint every time you wash your vehicle. Besides being protected, your paint will shimmer with deep, glossy reflections throughout the harsh winter months. Boost the protection with Wolfgang Deep Gloss Spritz Sealant after every wash.
Collinite #845 Liquid Insulator Wax: A carnauba-based wax that can withstand the winter months? You bet! Collinite Liquid Insulator Wax, better known simply as #845, provides excellent paint protection in any climate – hot or cold. Collinite’s headquarters is located in New York and they know a thing or two about designing a wax that can withstand one of the harshest winter environments in the U.S. Apply a coat or two to your vehicle’s paint and rest assured your paint will look as good as new when the snow melts.
BLACKFIRE Pro Ceramic Paint Coating Black Edition: BLACKFIRE Pro Ceramic Paint Coating Black Edition is a 9H formula that can last up to 5 years, all with up to five minutes of working time to allow for a fully body panel coverage, making it ideal for winter protection. Paint coatings, while slightly harder to apply, will last much longer than a traditional paint sealant or wax.