These 7 Car Cleaning Tips Are All You Need To Make It Easier


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There are two kinds of people in the world, ones who keep their cars squeaky clean and others who treat the dashboard of their car as a trash can. Which category do you fall in?

If you are from the latter category, then you have landed to the right page. When was the last time you cleaned your car? If you cannot even remember, then you must really hate cleaning. Thankfully, here are a few tips and pointers from the people who fall in the category of squeaky cleaners to make your work easier if you don’t even know where to begin.

Car Cleaning Tips

Step #1: Take out the trash

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Let’s begin with the simplest task at hand, taking out all the trash from your car. This means all the used tissue, a bag of leftover chips, soda cups from Burger King and whatnot. Don’t even get started on the cookie crumbles. In fact, you should make a habit of throwing the trash out in the dustbin as soon as you get home rather than waiting for it to pile up.

Step #2: Dusting off made easier with these DIY techniques

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Dusting off your dashboard and other places in the car where dust gets easily collected might save you from allergies and infections. Keep a duster handy in the trunk of your car and follow a daily routine to clean your car from dust. Frequent dusting routines will minimize the need for deep cleaning.

It’s the time like these when slime comes in handy. Most of your dust collects in the areas that are hard to reach like ac vent and other small spaces. You may even use a foam brush to make the job easier.

Step #3: Disinfect the steering wheel

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Do you have any idea how many germs there are on your steering wheel? It may not seem dirty but it carries a lot of germs. Therefore, it is important to clean your steering wheel with a solution of water and soap with a micro cloth. You may even buy a car cleaning kit which comes with all the cleaning necessities.

Step #4: Clean the car seats

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There is more than dirt on your car seats and you know it. Beside dusting, you will also need other cleaning methods. Vacuuming is a must. If you have a leather or cloth car seats, the cleaning method will vary. 

To clean stains on cloth car seats, use a combination of hydrogen peroxide and water.  Trust me, this car seat cleaner will be ready in less than a dollar and will leave your seats as brand new. Simply spray the solution on the stain and blot it with a micro cloth to remove the stain. To clean your leather seats, simply buy a leather cleaning kit that comes with all the necessary ingredients to remove those stubborn stains.

Step #5: Shine those car windows

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Well, the car wash only cleans your car from the outside. You need to wipe car windows from the inside. The combination of vinegar and water is perfect for having squeaky clean windows. Vinegar works like magic. Make sure when you are cleaning windows, you use horizontal strokes on the outside and vertical strokes from the inside so that you can tell if there are any streaks.

Step #6: Your carpet is next

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This is where most dust collects that you bring from the outside. Start off with shaking off mats to remove excess dust. Spray a layer of baking soda on the carpets and leave it for an hour before you vacuum. Baking soda will remove the stench from your carpet give a bit of a shine to it.

Step #7: What’s that odor?

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Well, the odor in your car comes from the garbage you leave behind. So, hope you have a car deodorant. What is a better alternative than using those chemicals is putting baking soda with a few drops of essential oil? Put it in your car overnight to remove fishy odors and unpleasant stink.

See? Cleaning car is not that difficult, is it? If you follow a daily cleaning routine like dusting off and weekly vacuuming, you are good to go. Your car is where you spend a good amount of time. Don’t make it a breeding ground for germs. Keep the sanitation of your car intact.

 

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