Didn’t finish that bottle of vodka over the weekend? Put it to good use by mixing three cups of it with four cups of water and two tablespoons of liquid detergent.
Pour this mix into the windshield wiper reservoir and you can easily achieve a streak-free finish. A clean wiper is far better and safer than a drunken night out.
Protect Vinyl Surfaces With Lemon Juice and Olive Oil
If you don’t take good care of your vinyl upholstery and hard surfaces in your vehicle, they can be easily open to cracking.
In order to avoid this and keep them shiny and safe, just use a mixed solution of olive oil and lemon juice. Afterward, you can gently massage the surface with a dampened cloth.
Use Toothpaste to Clean Cloudy Headlights
Spare yourself the extra expense on headlight cleaning kits by simply using some regular toothpaste. Clear up all that cloudiness by just letting it sit before buffing it off.
This is just another hack that you can achieve all on your own. Quick, easy, and cheap.
Use Lanolin-Based Hair Conditioner for a Glossy Finish
Though they instantly make your car look glossy, wax and buffing finishes can be pretty pricey and time-consuming.
An easy way to achieve the same effect is to apply a lanolin-based hair conditioner to your freshly washed car. As the lanolin rests, it works to absorb all the moisture from the air, too.
Wash Car With Baby Shampoo to Remove Stains
Coming home from a road trip, you might notice all those caked-on stains that came from all the mud, grease, or bird filth you drove on.
You can quickly remove these stains by pouring some baby shampoo onto a wet rag and rubbing around the stain in a circular motion. This should get your car looking as good as new.