Did you know charcoal had purposes other than being used for fuel? It can actually be used to absorb odors and toxins in gases, such as air.
Just place a few pieces of charcoal under your seat and it will slowly rid your vehicle of those stubborn smells that you thought couldn’t be eliminated. This home remedy is indeed nature’s little toxin absorber. You’re welcome!
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.
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 spoonful of baking soda and mix it with a one-quarter spoonful 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 car wash solution.
Apply Vaseline to the Interior For a Brilliant Shine
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!
Replace Air Filters Regularly
If you want to keep your vehicle smelling fresh and free of any allergens, make sure you replace your in-cabin air filters, as it could accumulate dust, eventually creating foul odors.
This just might save you the next time you accidentally leave some food around. A simple task to keep the good aroma flowing.