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May 2010
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Get $250 Off any Honda Certified Used Vehicle

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CONTENTS
Fighting Off Headaches with Home Remedies
Keep your Honda looking its best
Meet The Staff
Need a New Look? Go Eco-Chic!
Soccer: The Other Football
Taste a Million Flavours of Luxury in the Rainbow Nation
Ready or Not!
Go Two-Wheelin’!
Cleaning Your Car from the Inside Out
Two-seat hybrid sports car coming from Honda this summer
Honda offers a line of custom parts for Civic Coupe shoppers
Use Trail Etiquette When Enjoying Nova Scotia's Trails This Summer
Get $250 Off any Honda Certified Used Vehicle
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Keep your Honda looking its best
5 simple tips to keeping your Honda looking it's best this summer

Five Steps to keep your Honda looking its best:

 

1. Avoid scratches as much as possible

We start with scratches. Why? Because they are the biggest enemy to your car's finish. And avoiding scratches is the secret to keeping your car looking good. Dirt and grime, rubbed in while washing or drying, will act like sandpaper and dull your car's paint. There is one basic rule which will guide you whenever you touch the surface of your automobile: Anything that comes in contact with your car's finish should be soft.

 

2. As much as possible, protect your car's finish from the elements.

This means storing the car in a garage or covered area. Also, the use of a car cover is highly recommended. A car that is constantly exposed to sunlight and other environmental hazards will deteriorate quicker and require significantly more cosmetic maintenance.

 

3. Always keep a good coat of wax or paint sealant on the car.

In addition to providing gloss and depth, wax will also protect your car from the elements, including sunlight and many other circumstances that you will encounter, from bug carcasses to bird droppings.

 

 

4. Be aware of your car's finish.

Make regular quick inspections of your car's surface a habit. Look it over and note its condition, keeping in mind its recent history and what you anticipate will happen in the future.

 

5. Make a habit of detailing your car.

In most cases, washing your car once a month is adequate. Once every two weeks is better, and necessary, if the car is subject to harsh conditions.

 


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