Car cleaning is a time- (and effort) consuming process if you do it yourself. And if you don’t, it can get pretty expensive for your family budget. However, there are some tips on how to make cleaning easier or help reduce the mess in your vehicle. Take not of our five easy cleaning life hacks!
Silicone muffin cups for holders
Cup holders tend to get very messy due to the drops of sticky liquid from your soda, coffee, and other drinks. Cleaning it off is not only a difficult but also a pretty nasty task. But muffin cups can help! Just put them on the bottom of the holders and take the out to wash every now and again. And if they can’t be saved, simply replace them.
Cover the back seat
If you’re travelling with your pet, you’re probably way to familiar with the problem of removing hair from the back seat. Instead of struggling, simply cover it! And here’s a perfect car seat cover for this purpose!
Spray for the hair
If the hair still found its way on your car seat, we have an easy way to remove it. Get a regular spray bottle and fill it with water. Then spray the seat a tiny bit (don’t soak it) and use a squeegee to remove the hair.
Baking soda and vinegar for upholstery
No need to buy expensive cleaning solutions! Take regular baking soda and vinegar and make a paste out of them. Then rub it into the upholstery and wash it out. You can use this multi-purpose hose sprayer nozzle to speed up the cleaning.
Olive oil for dashboard
And one more item from kitchen – olive oil! Rub it into the dashboard to moisturize the material and give it that shiny new look.
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