Did some kids make a mess in your car again? If you ever have to deal with their crayon stains, just iron a thermal sheet on the spot to remove them from the upholstery or the car carpet.
You won’t have to worry so much about the children’s playtime in your car anymore.
Use Nail Polish to Prevent Hairline Cracks From Spreading
In order to temporarily stop a hairline crack from developing into the windshield or body of a car, all you need to do is apply some nail polish to the afflicted area.
If you don't have a color that absolutely matches the upholstery, you can use a clear one. Just make sure to be quick on your toes when that happens.
Use Q-Tips to Clean Hard-To-Reach Places
A simple tip when cleaning those small spaces of your car's interior is to simply use a Q-tip.
Cotton swabs can definitely help you reach those narrow spaces and corners. This should work especially well when cleaning around the dashboard.
Remove Sticky Stains With a Magic Eraser
Spilled some drinks? All you have to do is dip a Magic Eraser into some Lysol to scrub out those sticky spill stains from vinyl and acrylic surfaces in your car’s interior.
This should spare you from getting in contact with those icky areas.
Use Sticky Mats to Keep Items from Rolling Around the Car
We don’t encourage using phones or gadgets while driving, but if you need to securely place them somewhere, a sticky mat stuck to the dashboard should do the trick.
A sticky mat like this should increase the friction between the item and the surface, helping it stay in place.