What Is a Car Grille?
What's a car grille? The grille covers the area opening in the front of a car body to allow air to enter or exit. This is located in front of the engine bay and is often found between the headlights. The main reason car grilles are made out of metal is because of there lightweight but have a sturdy design. This allows car grilles to protect the radiator and other parts of the engine bay from damage when colliding with another car or an object from the road. It also acts as a piece of trim with a mesh pattern that is decorative. It may also be referred to as "latticework", “nose panel”, and “radiator grille”. There may be a "lower grille" at the base of your vehicle's front (either as one long piece of mesh or as several sections). Every single vehicle has a different grille design.
What Is a Car Grill?
A common misunderstanding or lack of knowledge is how to properly spell a car grille. The term grill is in reference to (1) a surface used for cooking with parallel metal bars, (2) a piece of equipment that cooks with a grill, or (3) a restaurant that serves food that is cooked on a grill. It is also common to use "grill" as a verb, such as to grill, or (2) to question rigorously.
How to Clean Your Car's Grille
It is important to take into consideration what type of material the grille is so that you are not using a brush or a cleaner that is too hard and might scratch your grille. Ethos All-Purpose Cleaner is a great product to break down the bugs and other road grime that accumulates on the grille. One option is to use a toothbrush with soapy water, scrubbing any dirt or mold away. Try using a plastic bristled brush with a mixture of soap and water.
For light dust or grime, Finish Shine Ceramic Detail spray does a great job cleaning and adding protection to your car's grille.