If you’re trying to achieve that glossy interior finish, some old-fashioned petroleum jelly is here to save the day.
Apply some of the Vaseline to the interior and dashboard of your car and you’ll achieve the same look when using Armor All. The only difference is you’ll be saving some good money. Such a simple but effective little hack!
Use a Sock, a Travel Cup and Windex for Your Cup-holders
Before you take our advice on using silicone cupcake liners for your cupholders, as we mentioned above, make sure you properly clean out the actual cupholders.
Get a travel cup, cover it with an old sock from the bottom up, and spray some Windex on it. Place the cup in the cupholder and twist a few times. You’ll get every last piece of dirt out.
Use a Vacuum and a Brush
Dust is especially annoying to clean when it comes to your car because it accumulates everywhere, and dusting just transports the dust from crevices, vents, and other places, to the floor in your car. And, we’re back to square one; now you need to get rid of the dust. However, it is very easy to avoid this.
Simply grab your vacuum cleaner’s hand-held attachment and hold it next to the brush as you dust. The dirt will immediately be removed by the vacuum.
Make it a habit to keep a pack of baby wipes in your car. Using them regularly to wipe down surfaces can effectively avoid any dust and dirt accumulation.
This a great little way of maintaining your car’s cleanliness.
Use a Towel to Dry Your Car After Getting It Washed
Whether you go to a professional car wash, or just rinse your vehicle out on the driveway, your car is likely to get water spots if it isn’t dried properly.
To avoid this, always carry a towel with you, and quickly hand dry it after it leaves the car wash. This will leave your car truly spotless.