Advice on Mould in Cars
Do you have mould in your car? It is a problem you should take seriously, especially if you have children, it can cause aspergillosis and other breathing difficulties.
It is important to treat the mould with a suitable product, but the problem will return if your car is constantly damp. If you have had a leak in your car or if it has been caught in a flood, it is important to dry your car properly. We recommend using a mould remover which is anti-microbial and bleach free. Many sold in supermarkets contain strong bleach which might damage your car, so take care to always read the label.
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When bringing your car to New Again, we often ask you to explain exactly the reason for having your car Protected, Valeted or Repaired. Once we understand exactly what it is you are trying to achieve, we will appraise your vehicle using our detailed appraisal check-sheet allowing us to identify areas of concern and tailor specific services that match your requirements and budget.
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