Do you want to give your car a deep clean without paying to have it detailed? Here are 18 hacks that will make your car immaculate.
Make Your Headlights Sparkle
Use some toothpaste and water to clean your cloudy headlights.
Make a Baking Soda Air Freshener
Keep your car smelling fresh with a homemade baking soda air freshener. Find out how to make it here.
Get Rid of Dead Bug Crust
Wipe all the dead bugs off of your bumper and grille with some dryer sheets.
Use Alcohol on Your Wipers
Rubbing some alcohol on your windshield wipers will help your windshield from getting smeared.
Clean Your Car Seat
Car seats can get pretty nasty with your kids dropping snacks in it. You can make it as clean as it was when you bought it with a lint roller, bristle brush, toothbrush, dish soap, steam cleaner, and baking soda. Learn how here.
Upholstery Cleaner For Your Floor Mats
Scrub your floor mats with upholstery cleaner to get out stains. You can make some of your own cleaner by following the recipe here.
Use a Foam Paint Brush to Clean Your Vents
Foam paint brushes are great for cleaning in between air vents.
Or Use a Makeup Brush
Makeup brushes work well for this too. You may want to consider running a vacuum cleaner simultaneously so the dust doesn’t settle elsewhere.
Change Your Air Filter
This will prevent your car from getting stinky.
Use a Magic Eraser to Remove Grime
A magic eraser works well when removing grime and sticky stuff in your car.
Use a Toothbrush to Scrub Vinyl
Scrub the vinyl in your car to get rid of things stuck in between the cracks.
Olive Oil to Polish Leather and Your Dashboard
Olive oil can be used to shine up the leather and dashboard in your car.
Pickup Animal Hair
Animal hair can wreak havoc on your car but a spray bottle of water and a squeegee can remedy that.
Wash Your Fabric Seats
Mix some dish soap, washing soda, and hot water. Dip a cleaning brush into the solution and scrub your seats in a circulation motion to cleanse them. Then wipe with a towel and let your seats dry.
Toss Your Floor Mats in the Washing Machine
Spray your dirty mats down with some stain remover and toss them in the washing machine to get them super clean.
Top of the Window Grime
Roll your windows all the way down so that grime doesn’t form at the top of your car window.
Use a Cloth Covered Screw Driver
Cover a dull-tipped screwdriver with a cloth then spray some all-purpose cleaner with onto your trim lines to remove caked on gunk.
Clay Bars Get Up Grime Water Won’t
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After washing your car, use a clay bar to get up the remaining grime that’s stuck on your car.
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