If you wish to keep your vehicle’s upholstery speckless and moisturized, make sure you regularly wipe down your leather seats with a solution of linseed oil and vinegar.
This should keep your seats looking as good as new and the leather in mint condition!
Make Cheap Car Wash Solution With Everyday Ingredients
If you’re looking for an inexpensive car wash solution, all you need is already in your own home.
Just grab a one-quarter spoon of baking soda and mix it with a one-quarter spoon of liquid detergent into a bucket of water and you're done. You have yourself that extra homemade option just in case you run out of carwash solution.
Clean the Air Vents
In order to completely get rid of all that unwanted dust accumulation sitting in your car’s air vent slats, just search your home for an old paintbrush, toothbrush, or a can of compressed air.
This is a simple way of thoroughly cleaning your vents out.
Scrub Rubber Mats
To properly clean those rubber mats, all you need is a soap solution and a stiff-bristled brush.
If you’re having trouble removing the tough stains, let the mats soak and sit in the sun for at least fifteen minutes before you start rinsing. This should spare you the embarrassment of having dirty mats when your friends hitch a ride with you.
Remove Grease and Oil Stains With Cornstarch
If you have some areas in your car that were affected by grease or oil, apply cornstarch on the leather and cloth upholstery, and let it sit for about ten minutes. The starch should eventually soak up the stain.
This should help if you ever accidentally spill some food or drinks in the car.