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Citroen C3: Advice on care and maintenance / Bodywork

High-gloss paint

Citroen C3. Bodywork Do not use abrasive products or solvents, petrol or oil to clean the bodywork.

Never use an abrasive sponge to clean stubborn stains. Risk of scratching the paintwork!

Do not apply polish in strong sunshine, or to plastic or rubber parts.

Citroen C3. Bodywork Use a soft sponge and soapy water or a pH neutral product.

Gently wipe the bodywork with a clean microfibre cloth.

Apply polish with the vehicle clean and dry. Comply with the instructions for use stated on the product.

Decals

(Depending on version)

Citroen C3. Bodywork Do not use a high pressure washer to clean the vehicle. Risk of damaging or detaching the decals!

Citroen C3. Bodywork Use a high-flow hose at a temperature between 25°C and 40°C.

Sweep the jet of water across the surface to be cleaned, perpendicular to it.

Rinse the vehicle with demineralised water.

    General recommendations

    Observe the following recommendations to avoid damaging your vehicle. Exterior Never use a high-pressure jet wash in the engine compartment, due to the risk of damaging electrical components...

    AIRBUMP® protections

    Located on the sides of your vehicle, they protect the bodywork by resisting everyday bumps and scrapes caused by parking posts, opening doors, scratches, etc...

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