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Fabric car seats endure constant traffic and inevitable accidents. When your seats need a refresh, try this DIY to spot clean on single-area messes.
If spot cleaning and DIY remedies aren’t enough, it may be time to call in the pros. With a deep clean on your upholstery, your car will look like when you first got it! See the difference yourself.
Cleaning your car carpet can improve the overall smell, look, and appearance of your car. To get the carpet in your car looking spiffy again, check out these tips.
Cleaning out dog or cat hair is no easy task especially if your pet excessively sheds. In addition to vacuuming, here is a DIY method for getting dog hair out of your car.
Cleaning car windows differs from cleaning the windows at your home. Car windows are exposed to more elements than windows in your home such as dirt and insects hitting your windshield at 60 mph. If you go to clean your car windows, avoid household cleaners
and opt for a specific solution for car cleaning. Household cleaners can cause streaking and the ammonia in these cleaners can break down the tint on your car windows. For a homemade cleaner, try this car window solution for streak-free cleaning.
On a sunny day, washing your car can be a refreshing pastime. Make sure you’re using the right method for the best results with these steps on how to wash a car.
Just like you need a special cleaner for car windows, it’s important that you use a specialized cleaner for your tires. Don’t use car wash soap to clean your tires since it's formulated to clean and protect paint and clear coat. Applying car
wash soap on tires can leave a film around them and keep the tires from shining. Instead, follow this guide on how to clean tires.