Toyota Pickup Fender
How to Keep your Toyota Pickup Fender in Good Condition
Toyota trucks have evolved in the eyes of the American motoring community throughout the years. Toyota incorporated various design changes to match the growing and changing market. But as time would have it, the design and reliability of the Toyota truck has proved itself under the worst conditions imaginable. And we all know that your truck will not be complete without having the appropriate Toyota Pickup fender attached on its sides. This panel keeps your truck looking good as well as properly housing your wheels as it rolls down the street. Because it is made of metal, the fender is prone to dings, rust, and corrosion. Here are some maintenance tips to keep your fender looking good and fresh.
- Always observe extreme caution whenever you are driving.
Yes, we know. The Toyota pickup is designed to withstand different conditions, terrains, and climates. However, you should still observe extreme caution whenever you are driving. By being a defensive driver, you avoid putting yourself at risk. Careless drivers around you can put dings and scratches on your fender. Even without drivers around, you can damage your fender by driving too close to road hazards. This applies especially when you are out on the trail. The bottom line: choose the roads ahead and drive safely when there are hazards.
- Wash your fender with clean water.
Whenever you use your Toyota pickup truck to work and adventures, the surface of its fender collects layers of dust and particles. You would want to keep this to a manageable level. To do this, regularly wash your fenders with clean water. This eliminates some of the particles and loosens the grime that sticks in the crevices. For very light layers of dirt, the water treatment can do just fine. But for very dirty fenders, water is just the beginning.
- Scrub your fender with a sponge soaked in car shampoo.
After giving your dirty fender a quick rinse using water, you should proceed with scrubbing it gently. Do so using a sponge or wash mitt soaked in car shampoo. Your scrubbing motion combined with the active ingredients of the shampoo should take care of the dirt build-up.