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Cleaning

How to Wash My Tesla


Getting Started

We all want our Teslas to be shiny and clean all the time. However, it can also be confusing when it comes to keeping it clean with so many washing methods out there to choose from. Here, we break down all the different ways you can wash your Tesla, so you can decide what’s best for you. 

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4 Ways to Clean your Tesla’s Interior


Getting Started

Car interior cleaning doesn’t have to be a hassle! It’s quite simple when given the right tools. So, here we’ll walk you through several methods so you can get the best clean. 

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How to Clean Your Tesla Wheels


Getting Started

Your Tesla wheels get hit with a lot of dirt, brake dust, & debris from the road and other cars around you. Here’s how to clean your wheels effectively whether you have aero wheel covers or not.

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How to Pick the Right Towel to Clean Your Tesla


Getting Started

There are various types of microfibers with different sizing, weight, and fabric that all impact the outcome of your clean. So, this is to break it all down so you know what to use and when.  

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FAQ

How do I clean Microfibers?

The most recommended way to wash your towels should be in hot water with detergent specifically for microfibers, but you can also use regular laundry detergent, not self-softening, soap-based detergents. Also, don’t use fabric softeners or bleach. The oils and other ingredients in softeners and self-softening detergents will clog up the fibers and make them not absorbent. Make sure you dry your microfibers on low heat, as high heat will make them hard and they can then scratch your paint. 

What is Clay Bar and How to Use It


Getting Started

This is a straightforward topic, yet is still highly debated: Clay barring. If you’re like me, I found an overwhelming amount of info on this topic, so I hope to simplify this a little bit!

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FAQ

When should I use a clay bar?

This isn’t something you need to do every time you wash your car. (Unless you just want to, and that’s totally up to you!) Clay barring is in the prepping category, which means it’s preparing you to do something else, such as waxing or polishing it. 

How to Use Waterless Wash


Getting Started

We go through every dirty scenario you might face and show you how well waterless wash does with each!

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FAQ

When should I use Waterless Wash?

If you live in an apartment that doesn’t allow car washing, if you’re in a pinch to clean, or even dying to wipe down your car while supercharging, waterless wash may be for you. 

How to Use a Foam Cannon to Wash


Getting Started

Why should you even use a foam cannon? Is there magic in the foam? Nope. Just good ole soap! Teslas are known to have soft and thin paint, so it’s easy to scratch when washing. However, if it’s sprayed down with foam first, this creates a lubricant barrier, making it easier for dirt and grime to loosen up before we grab our wash mitt.

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How to Avoid Getting Water Spots on Your Tesla


Getting Started

Do you get water spots on your Tesla after washing it? We’ll show you ways to dry your Tesla correctly so you can avoid getting those spots and minimize scratches while doing it. 

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How to Clean Your Tesla Glass Windows


Getting Started

To get a good, quick, and streak-free clean on your glass is simple with just two basic items! We’re specifically talking about auto glass in the video below, but this works on all glass surfaces.

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FAQ

Why are there streaks on my glass?

​​If you’re cleaning on a really hot day, the cleaner may be drying out too quickly on the glass leaving behind a residue. 

It could also be the towels you’re using. If your towel isn’t absorbent enough, you might NOT be picking up the dirt, grime, and cleaner, but really just smearing it around.

How To Wash Using The Two-Bucket Method


Getting Started

Washing your car takes quite a few steps, but it’s not a hard task. Let’s walk through the process for the two-bucket method – technically it’s three buckets if you wash your tires too!

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