Cars get pretty dirty just from being driven around on a daily basis, but finding the time and money to clean them regularly can be taxing.
Luckily, cleaning your car doesn’t have to mean an expensive trip to the professionals, nor does it have to mean loads of specialised cleaning product for your windscreen, tyres and trim. You can do a great job at home, with things you’ll have in your house.
Exterior Tips and Tricks
-Spread toothpaste on your headlights and wash off after a few minutes. You’ll be amazed at how shiny they become.
-Toothpaste isn’t just good for lights, either. It’s a great way to buff out minor scratches if you don’t have car polish. This works best with whitening toothpaste.Checkout deep clean dublin for more info.
-Don’t vacuum and hand wash car mats. Add some stain remover to them and throw them into the washing machine, with washing powder. Use a cool wash, and they will come out super clean.
-Use a small amount of rubbing alcohol on the rubber part of your wiper blades. It’ll stop that annoying smearing you get when you turn your wipers on, and make them glide across your windscreen much more smoothly.
-Any hair conditioner with lanolin makes for a wonderful, shiny finish on your car. Just put some on a cloth and rub it over your car’s body. Looks great, right?
Interior Tips and Tricks
-Remove coffee spills with dishwashing powder and white vinegar. Mix up a litre of water with one tablespoon of vinegar and half a teaspoon of dishwashing powder. Put a little on the stain, leave it for 15 minutes, then wipe off with a warm cloth.
-One of our top tips for odour removal is to use charcoal. It’s a great way to remove odours like smoke. Just open a bag or put it inside a plastic bag and leave it inside the car while you drive it for a while. It will actually remove the odours, rather than just mask them. Plus, you can use the coal afterwards for a braai, so it’s doubly useful!
-Dog lover? Get animal hair off your seats with the help of a spray bottle, some water, and a scraper. Spray a little bit of water on the seats, then scrape them over with your rubber scraper. The hair will gather together easily and you can vacuum it up or put it into a bin bag.