Agreed! Never let them wash it. While I've not seen how my Porsche dealer washes cars I know I do a better job. My boxster looked better after my first wash by hand than the day i picked up at the dealer. That was before a polish and film. And the couple times my infiniti was washed at that dealer it looked worse when they were done than when I went in. I've chewed them out a couples times for it. Especially when they have washed it a couple times when I've directed not to wash it.I am on a 10 to 14 day wash cycle but even though my cars are brand new after I clean the Porsches they are always cleaner and look better than they did in the showroom. NEVER accept the courtesy wash it's frightening how little the car dealerships know or care about cleaning a car properly. No one cleans my cars but me.........
Where are you getting this from?And in Germany, the laws overwhelmingly direct car owners to get their cars washed in a commercial car wash.
Anyway, it's worth mentioning that these cars are German cars. And in Germany, the laws overwhelmingly direct car owners to get their cars washed in a commercial car wash. So in theory, these cars aren't too delicate for a car wash.
I have German friends who still have family there and return on a regular basis. And I have several friends who visit Germany for work. All of these friends are "car friends" so we have talked about the issues of washing a car in Germany from time to time.Where are you getting this from?
True, True ......
I'm also told that Sunday noise laws in Germany tend to close down even the automated car washes, so you may be limited to six days a week for car washing...
I think it because of the ceramic coatingYour Snow Foams not very thick.
Your car looks just like mine when I clean it.
And Mine is Night Blue Metallic.
Great to see it’s not a garage queen.
California imposes temporary ban on home car washing during our frequent drought seasons. You can still hand-wash at the do-it-yourself car washes as they recycle the water. Not an unreasonable green move. As with many things started in Ca. (public smoking ban, stiffer emissions testing, 91-octane, legal pot...) year-round climate-independent water conservation legislation will likely become normal across the U.S. in time I think.