Nowadays cars are the second homes for us as we certainly spend enough time in them. Lengthy commutes and busy lifestyles make us spend hours in our vehicles so dirt, gunk, and rubbish can build taking up more time and energy to keep tidy. Luckily there are lots of easy and effective car cleaning & organization hacks that we can use. These are extremely helpful and easy to do. So check them out and let me know what you think.
Brush Dirt Out Using a Toothbrush
Removing dirt and grime between the seams is pretty easy if you’re using a toothbrush. Gently brush the dirt and you’ll have a mess-free car seat in a jiffy!
Clean out car’s air vents using a foam brush
These super cheap foam brushes that you can get for less than a dollar at the hardware or craft store are the perfect tool to quickly remove any dirt hiding in your car’s air vents.
Clean those hard to reach crevices using Q-tips
It can be tough to get to all the nooks and crannies in your car, but those are the places where the grime can really build up. So, when you do your deep clean of your car, make sure to have some Q-tips ready. They are the perfect tool to help you clean out those hard to reach spots.
Use a Microfiber Mitt to Clean Your Car
To have a lint-free and scratch free car washing experience, consider this microfiber mitt. It’s really handy and holds lots of water for cleaning your car.
Clean your headlights using toothpaste
Using a sponge and a little bit of elbow grease, apply the toothpaste and rub in circular motions until the dirt comes off. Then, wipe away with a light cloth to reveal your crystal clear headlights! Who knew this miracle car detailing product was sitting in your medicine cabinet all along.
Remove a bumper sticker using a blow dryer
The heat from the blow dryer will help loosen the adhesive so you can then use one of your plastic rewards cards from your wallet to get under it and peel it off without any damage to your car. This doesn’t just work for bumper stickers either, it can also come in handy for removing stickers from your windshield like old registration stickers, toll tags, parking permits, etc
Use an empty gum container to keep change organized
I hate having loose change in the car, but that has bitten me in the butt sometimes when I am in need of quarters for a parking meter. So, keep all your change organized in an empty gum container.
Keep all your important car documents organized in a plastic file folder
There are so many car-related documents to keep track of registration, insurance, maintenance logs, warranty information, repair receipts and more! It is so easy to lose track of them.
Create a kit for everything you might need in a pinch
Putting these emergency kits together will take a fraction f the time it will save you! Think about it. You don’t have to make pit stops for snacks for a hungry kid. You don’t have to run into the store every time someone needs Advil or a band-aid for a blister.