How to Prevent Rust on a Used Hyundai Sonata

How to Prevent Rust on a Used Hyundai Sonata

If you recently purchased a used Hyundai Sonata, you’ll want to make sure that you maintain it properly. Surprisingly, you’re more likely to encounter rust problems with a car than you are dents from fender benders. This usually happens when paint is scraped off the metal and moisture is allowed to reach the surface, but when you buy a Hyundai in Singapore you also have to be concerned about the effects of salt. Below are a few tips you can use to keep rust from attacking your car.

 

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Wash your car once every two weeks to prevent from rust damaging.

 

Wash Your Sonata Regularly

To protect your Hyundai Sonata from damaging rust, it’s essential that you wash it at least once every two weeks (wait until the weather is clear to do this). It’s also important to apply a new coat of wax at least once every four months if you really want to protect your car. If your home happens to be very close to the ocean, you should also consider (in addition to the regular cleaning) spraying down your car with clean water and soap every week.

 

Clean up Spills

Uses covered drinks to minimize spills inside our vehicle.

 

Clean up Any Spills

You would probably do this anyway, but make sure that you clean up and dry any spills inside your hunt day Sonata. Otherwise, you could end up with rust on the inside that works its way to the outside. Avoid this problem to begin with by making sure everyone in your car uses covered drinks to minimize spills.

 

Apply Rust Preventing Spray

Apply rust preventing spray to avoid rust from developing on your Sonata.

 

Apply Rust Preventing Spray

Spray on a protective lubricant to keep rust from developing on your Sonata. If you’re going to be doing this, make very sure that your engine is completely cool before you start, otherwise you could experience a flare up when you’re spraying. After you have applied the spray, you also want to wait long enough for any fumes or vapors to clear out before start your car again. Avoid spraying directly onto your exhaust pipe, muffler or catalytic converter so they don’t give off a terrible odor when they get hot.

 

Immediately Repair Any Scratches or Dents

Immediately Repair Any Scratches or Dents to avoid scratches expose the metal to humidity and air which cause rust from getting a foothold.

 

Immediately Repair Any Scratches or Dents

Any scratches or dents in the surface of your Sonata should be immediately repaired, since even small scratches expose the metal to humidity and air. Repainting these areas at once can prevent rust from getting a foothold.

 

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Buying a used car is a big decision. If you take care of your used Sonata, you can expect to get years of use and enjoyment out of it.