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Posted by in BMW Magazine on July 10, 2011
If grit, muck and other assorted filth figure in your waking dreams and daily thoughts–often with a bit of prominence–then they must find their way into your BMW quite regularly. As you may have already learned from frequent encounters with these kinds of rubbish, they have the annoying trait of being amazingly persistent. In most cases, the mud splatters that have already dried and solidified on the doors and sides of your vehicle simply don’t have the good grace to melt away–peacefully–at the touch of a soaked rag. Even drenched rags can’t exercise any sort of power over them. Mud, in particular, is a crafty adversary–it seems.
Take note of their behavior. When a mud spot finally finishes drying itself out along portions of the car, sometimes on the doors or by the sides, it doesn’t simply stick to the surface of the vehicle, it attaches itself with incredible might. In these instances, it seems entirely likely for the mud spot to stay exactly where it is–bonded to the chassis–all through the end of the current century till Kingdom Come. The only maneuver that appeared to have been met with a relatively high measure of success is the sort that employs vigorous rubbing motions–though you may be tempted to sidestep the violence for now, such aggressive tactics seem the only possible manner by which to get the job done.
Dirt. Muck. Grime. It seems that these ever-present elements in nature have seen it fit to reduce a considerable number of us to mild states of violent reminiscently-psychotic behavior. Luckily, effective means through which we can conquer these villainous enemies that turn our shiny, newly washed BMW cars into mud-decorated rides now exist–in the form of car covers. Read the rest of this entry »