Got a little blood or some red wine stains in your car? Don’t freak out just yet, because with a little application of some club soda, you can easily remove them.
Just let it sit for a couple of minutes, then sponge it up with a towel. Next time, you probably should just pass on opening a bottle of wine in the car.
Use Vinegar to Boost Cleaning Solution
With just a few tablespoons of vinegar, you can boost the effectivity of any cleaning solutions immensely.
This trick would be safe on vinyl upholstery and windows.
Remove Baked-On Stains With Mayonnaise
Believe it or not, with a little bit of mayonnaise, you can eliminate those hard-to-remove stains from your vehicle. Yes, mayonnaise!
All you have to do is let the mayonnaise sit for five to ten minutes before wiping it off with a clean rag. Make sure you wash it off completely before your car starts to smell like mayonnaise, though.
Clean Your Windows Thoroughly
If you want your windows to be completely spotless, remove some of the grime from the top edge of the pane by partially rolling down your window.
It may take multiple passes to remove all that gunk, but it’s worth your time. After all, you need those clean windows for your own safety.
Remove Grease and Oil Stains With Cornstarch
If you have some affected areas in your car from grease or oil, apply cornstarch on the leather and cloth upholstery, let it sit for about ten minutes, and the starch should eventually soak up the stain.
This should help if you ever accidentally spill some food or drinks in the car.