Depends on whether or not you can prove it wasnt from road debris i.e. rock chips etc.EYES said:I've had my car about a month now.
The black paint on the badge on the passenger side is chipping off.
Anyone else experienced this problem?
I'm assuming the dealership will replace this at no charge............right??
You'll do FAR more damage at a pressure washer car wash then you ever will handwashing. You'll find that ALL the show cars in the world are handwashed and its for a reason. Use a good soft sponge. Good soap. Good towels to dry and do not wash your wheels/rims with the same water you do the body unless its last. Never use the same sponge on your wheels as you do the body and dont swirl the sponge. Straight back and forth motions and you'll be fine. You'll also find damn near all of us handwash our babies and you wont find any siwrl marks here.EYES said:I'm just so afraid of handwashing it and the black paint getting those 'cobwebs' and swirls in it.
Did you know that they use high pressure water to cut through metal and other materials?EYES said:I'm thinking it was probably caused by the sprayer at the car wash but I'd think that the paint should be stronger than that.