4 Luxury Vehicle Fall Care Tips For Your BMW! 


Leaves falling to the ground, colder temperatures and the return of the pumpkin spice latte all marks the familiar feeling of transitioning from summer to fall and the colder months to come. And with each new season, it’s always a great time to do some season cleaning. Had your vehicle for a few years and things aren’t as “fresh” as they used to be? These fours tips are going to help your get through the Autumn season with your ultimate driving machine being cleaner than it’s ever been before with knacks & tricks  you can do right at home!

1. Change your Cab Air filters

One very important notion to consider when it comes to transitioning into the new season and refreshing your BMW is protecting the air you breathe in your car is your cabin air filters. Your cabin air filters should be replaced once it’s ever dirtied. The purpose of your air filters to prevent outside allergens and dust from entering into your vehicle’s air vents. Also replacing your air filters during your fall cleaning regime also aids in getting rid of any stinky smells that may have gotten trapped in your air vents over time. 

2. Dust your Vents
Similar to dusting everything in your home during spring cleaning, the same principle applies to your vehicle. Take this time to use a cheap, little paint brush to “dust” all of your vents. From your air condition vents, to dash boards vents, don’t spare any crevice. As we know having dust present anywhere where close quarters are presented lead to the common effects of: allergies, asthma, itchy skin and eye, coughing sinus problems and more. 

3. Condition your Upholstery
Cleaning your interior upholstery surfaces are just the begging to keeping your car clean and fresh this new season, but conditioning your upholstery is what is going to take it to the next level. Polishing and condition your upholstery surfaces of leather and vinyl will help give your vehicle’s interior the appearance of “like new”. Using Olive Oil to polish leather on your dashboard and surfaces is also an easy and inexpensive way to give your car that refreshed look. 

4. Clean your Windshield Wipers and Grill
Windshield wipes also can stand for a little attention this fall season. Besides inspecting your wipers for replacement (which should be replaced every 6 months to a year) take the time the season to give them a quick cleaning. Wiping down your wipers with rubbing alcohol prevents smeared windshields. A great knack for stubborn bugs that may be stuck on your vehicle’s grille are wiping it down with dryer sheets.

We hope this a great start to your fall cleaning endeavors and of course if you need help with exterior or interior cleaning of your car this season click here to schedule with service professionals. 

As always, Happy ans Safe driving! 

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