Your headlights are like the punching bag of your car. Everywhere you drive, park, and store your vehicle; the headlights are the first to get hit by all the debris. Today we are going to show you how to clean plastic headlights with household items.
As the old expression goes, you shouldn’t cry over spilled milk—but you should clean it up as fast as possible. There are few lingering odors worse than that of sour milk. Knowing how to clean spilled milk in your car trunk is the only way to prevent it.
The good news is, you can clean up spilled milk (and other dairy products) with things you probably have around the house. Read on below for a step-by-step guide to eradicating this potentially pesky mess.
Have you ever taken a good look at your headlights? I mean an in-depth look. If you haven’t, run out and look right now. I will wait. Chances are the inside of your headlights are hazy, dirty, or even infested with bugs or moisture. Do you know how to clean the inside of a headlight lens? If not, you are in the right place. Even if you have tried before, I have a tip or two that might help make your lenses even better.
Chewing gum, one way or the other, seems to find a variety of places to get stuck. Therefore, getting gum stuck on your leather seats is a completely possible and probable case. However, on the bright side, getting rid of the gum on your leather seats should not have to be a challenging task. If you identify the gum early and act quickly, you can easily fix the issue.
Has your car started to appear dull? Do you notice severe damages to the paint or your interiors? Perhaps, it is time for you to get your car detailed. However, we would suggest you to be proactive and not wait for your car to deteriorate before you get it detailed. Taking precautions and following preventative measures can prove to be instrumental in the grand scheme of things.
Aluminum rims are definitely very nice to have on your car or bike. They look nice, they are shiny, and they are really durable too. However, aluminum rims, due to their shiny silver nature, do get dirty very fast. Of course, none of us want to drive around with grimy rims. So, how do you clean them?
Leather car seats are a popular option. The upholstery looks great and is incredibly comfortable. Unfortunately, the material is also susceptible to mold. Whether you accidentally left the windows open letting rain in or it’s from spilled liquids, the mildewy look and smell are enough to make you not want to drive your vehicle.
There is no denying the fact that leather car seats add a certain element of luxury to your car. Since leather seats are priced rather exorbitantly, it makes sense to take proper care of them, doesn´t it? It is definitely difficult to keep leather car seats looking showroom perfect without frequent cleaning.
Riding down the street in your ride can be one of the most pride swelling activities you do every day. Unless you have a dull paint, then you try to get from point a from point b with as few people seeing you as possible. A good wax job can solve all of your problems if your put in the time. But how long does it take to wax a car?
The shine, the glimmer, the reflection, the drool oozing from your mouth; these are all the visual effects of applying a good wax job to a car. We’ve all seen examples of automotive perfection cruising down the street, your reflection so perfect in the waxed paint that you almost swear you see yourself sitting behind the wheel. You snap out of your daydream and realize that the owner must have spent considerable effort on the wax job. But what does waxing a car do?