Keeping the interior of your car clean can be difficult. After all, we practically live in our cars. From eating, drinking, talking on the phone, and giving the kids their very own Uber, there's no denying that even the biggest order freaks have a hard time keeping their car clean. That's why we've compiled this list of tips and tricks to help you keep your car's interior clean. We test ideas from sources like Reader's Digest and Lifehack and share the ones that work best.
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Use a toothbrush to remove dirt and grime from hard-to-reach parts of the upholstery.
If you've ever looked at a professional car cleaner, you've probably seen all the tools and brushes they use. There is a brush for almost any job. But for most cleaning jobs, you can spend less than five bucks on a toothbrush that does just about everything: a toothbrush.
It may sound strange, but a toothbrush is ideal for cleaning upholstery. With stiff bristles and a small brush, it's ideal for cleaning upholstery seams or getting into small spaces.
Use a carbonated water mixture to keep the interior of your car clean.
The carbonation of sparkling water makes it a powerful cleaner, according to LifeHack. Combined with a small amount of alcohol, this will disinfect your car. Plus, sparkling water won't leave streaks on glass or shiny surfaces like some conventional cleaners do.
Mix sparkling water and vinegar to clean upholstery and carpets. This combination will also disinfect by removing stains and stains.
Clean the vents with a foam brush.
Now this car cleaning hack belongs to The Crazy Coupon Lady. But if you've ever been in the paint section of a hardware store, you've probably seen those little foam brushes. They're not very good at painting, but they're a great tool for cleaning vents and other hard-to-reach places.
A can of compressed air will help clear the vents.
A can of compressed air is great for cleaning vents and other hard-to-reach places. You can also use it to blow out vents and air ducts. Combining compressed air and spraying the air ducts with a mixture of vinegar and sparkling water will also help sanitize your air conditioner.
Apply baking soda
Baking soda is great for cleaning car headlights. It's also great at absorbing odors and can do wonders for your carpets. Apply a mixture of vinegar and baking soda overnight and then vacuum. You can also sprinkle baking soda directly on carpets, rugs, and upholstery, leave to work, and then vacuum. You will be amazed at the difference it makes.
Keep the interior of your car clean with these tips
You don't have to spend a lot of money to keep the interior of your car clean. Using these tips will not only make cleaning the interior of your car easier, but will also ensure professional-quality results.
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