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Let’s get real, no matter how hard you try to keep your car clean and mess free, it’s bound to get dirty again. Stains, crumbs, trash, and dust; whichever comes first. And it always leads to a seriously long cleaning task.
Now because most of you love my previous posts about car cleaning hacks, I decided to look for more. These are great solutions for your car’s inevitable dirt problems without spending much time or effort. They are all effective cleaning agents that will definitley give your car a new and clean look. So check them out and let me know what you think.
Clean Wiper Blades with Rubbing Alcohol
Overtime driving, road debris, dirt, and rocks can get in between your car’s wipers. This grime will cause your wipers to streak across the windshield. But you can easily clean your wiper blades by using a cloth soaked in rubbing alcohol. There’s no reason this part of cleaning your car should be a hassle.
Clean the Dust from Buttons and Crevices
We know how it is. You’re eating on the way to work or on a road trip and the crumbs get into the crevices. And don’t forget about the dirt from your shoes! But just using a brush will get the dirt and grime out of the buttons on the dash, steering wheel, doors, and other small areas.
Clean Your Inside Windshield
You can easily get a microfiber windshield cleaner here!
A clean windshield can play a huge part in a driver’s ability to actually see clearly (and especially during inclement weather conditions). And using this awesome windshield cleaner can save you so much time and effort!
Vacuum The Inside Roof
More often you just tend to vacuum your car’s ground and forget the inside roof. But did you know that roof fabric can also accumulate dust and dirt? So it seriously does make sense to vacuum it!
DIY Car Trash Bags
Long road trips always seem to be accompanied with chips and snacks. Keep your car free from all the crumbs and trash after finishing your food by using a command hook to keep a paper (or plastic) bag in place. Then you’ll have a convenient place to dispose the trash!
Clean the Window’s Top Edge
It can be easy to just spray some cleaner on the window and wipe it down. But what a lot of us forget to do is to clean the very top of the window. So make sure the window is rolled down so you can get the grime off the top too!
PS – This also prevents the grime from streaking down when there’s a rainy day!
Removes Dead Bugs Using RD-40
If you go on a country road trip and pick up a lot of dead bugs, then RD-40 is a great way to clean them off! Seriously, this stuff can be used for so many things!
Clean Vents with Silicon Gel
At first, this tip might sound silly and funny, but it seriously can clean your air vents. Because of the slime’s natural malleability, it can clean hard to reach crevices and crannies without making a mess.
Freshen the Air in Your Car with Leftover Candle Wax
Want a simple and super easy way to freshen up your car’s air? Put a scented candle in your car’s cup holder, and when the wax melts due to hot weather, your car will seriously smell good! And even if it’s not hot, the scent can still lift from the wax.
Clean out Your Car’s Ashtray
Make it a habit to always clean out your car’s ashtray to avoid the cigarette smell. After cleaning it, spray some rubbing alcohol or some ordinary freshener to leave a nice smell.
Car Hammock for a Your Pets
You can easily get a one here!
If you take your pets for a ride, make sure to install a car hammock to prevent hair from getting everywhere.
DIY Leather Cleaning Solution
Now, here’s a DIY cleaning solution that will make your leather look like new again. All you need is Castile soap, dishwashing liquid, water, and a spray bottle. Mix them well in a spray bottle (or bucket) and spray lightly on the leather. Wipe down and see the stains go away!
Again, cleaning your car doesn’t need to be a time-consuming and energy draining task. There’s always a lot of super easy tricks that can seriously make your life a bit easier. And these tips from this roundups are beyond easy and super handy. So the next time you clean your car, try them out and let me know what you think.
Now if you have an car cleaning hacks yourself, let me know in the comments down below! I’d love to hear about them!