We all love our cars and hence we take care of them like own children. Sometimes we go to car care shops to treat car in a professional way or sometimes we just like to clean the car at home. We have listed you some seriously clever tricks to deep clean your car and shine it like brand new always. Allow us to explain!
1. Wash your car with hair conditioner
Most hair conditioners contain lanolin, a type of wax, which will make your car shine. Mix a little hair conditioner and clean water for an inexpensive car wash that’ll make your vehicle’s finish shine, repel water and look like it was just waxed. Choose a conditioner that includes lanolin as one of its ingredients for even better results.
2. To remove dead bugs, Tar drops or Bird Drops use WD-40
Tar, tree sap, bird droppings, and dried bugs are notoriously difficult to remove. You can save elbow grease and money if you use a little WD-40 instead of bug and tar removers. Spray a little on whatever it is you want to remove – including old bumper stickers – and wash it off. For stubborn spots, use a cloth and some gentle rubbing to help speed the process. If you want to go really budget, try peanut butter or shortening on the sticky spot. They can work wonders.
3. Use toothpaste to rub away the grime on headlights
Squeeze out a blob of toothpaste onto a rag and rub the paste all over headlights. The abrasive texture of the baking soda will help buff away grime. Rinse headlights with water. Repeat as necessary.
4. Vodka on the Job
FA mix of water, 3-4 cups of cheapest Vodka and liquid detergent is perfect to keep your wipers and windscreen clean. Clean wiper blades with rubbing alcohol to prevent smears on your windshield. Use a cotton ball or cloth soaked in rubbing alcohol to wipe your car’s blades.
5. Brush dirt and grime out of the seams of your seats with a toothbrush
An old toothbrush comes to rescue to clean the car seats. The dust settled between stitches of back and cushion of the seat can only be removed with a high-pressure vacuum cleaner or the cheapest way of the toothbrush.