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Put some of your favorite essential oils on some wooden clothespins. This is a more natural approach to air fresheners and they last longer and are cheaper than regular auto air fresheners.
Gooey Cleaning Slime
Making gooey cleaning slime yourself is pretty easy. Simply mix 1/2 cup of liquid starch, 4oz bottle of Elmer’s glue, and 1/4 cup of water. You can use the slime to pull dirt out of inconvenient spots like around your window buttons. When you are done simply throw it away!
Use An Iron To Remove Stains
Looking to remove a crusty mess from your car seats? Maybe you left some candles in your car and they melted on the seats, or your kids have drawn on them with crayon. Try a piece of paper and an iron to remove some types of stains.
Use a bit of olive oil to clean your leather seats. Just keep in mind that using too much will leave grease on the surface. Use it sparingly and wipe thoroughly.
Try some good ole’ bar keepers friend and a scrub brush on your rims to get rid of some of that hard to remove road grime and brake dust.
These little foam brushes are super cheap and work great for cleaning out your air vents and hard-to-reach spaces. Give it a try!
Wet dryer sheets are perfect for removing some pesky stuck-on bugs after a road trip. Since they are bound to be really yucky when you are done, just throw them away after use.
A toothbrush is great for getting the grime out of the crevices of your ride, just make sure not to confuse it with the toothbrush you brush your teeth with.
Nail polish is a good way to buy yourself some time before getting that window or windshield replaced. Apply it generously and let dry, disclaimer; this is not a permanent solution. You can however slow the spread of hairline cracks.