Easier Vehicle Clean Up
Deep cleaning a vehicle is a whole lot easier when done in 10-15 minute bursts. (Photo Credits)
Deep cleaning a car can be a chore, especially when it has been a long time when it has been deep cleaned. It can take hours, even half a day.
Like any chore it will be a lot easier when it is divided into more manageable chunks, such that even if the vehicle owner is busy, he can still manage to get his car clean. Having a schedule for these manageable chunks of car cleaning chore can be effective really, especially when the vehicle owner drives his car everyday. He can simply do the cleaning chore after driving his car.
Reader’s Digest for instance shared a tip on how to clean wiper blades after driving along a dusty road. “If your windshield wiper blades get dirty, they’ll streak the glass instead of keeping it clean and clear. Make a solution of 1/4 cup household ammonia to 1 quart cold water. Gently lift the blades, and wipe both sides with a soft cloth or paper towel soaked in the solution. Then wipe the blades with a dry cloth before lowering them into place.” Check out the other tips here.
Breaking down deep cleaning chores
Another deep cleaning chore for a car is getting rid of the pesky decals and windshield stickers that may no longer be of use. “Scrape Off Those Annoying Stickers. All of your national and state park stickers may call to mind great memories, but they can be a visual hazard as they accumulate. The high-quality stickers will pull off if you can get under a corner and carefully pull them free at a 90-degree angle. Others will leave a gummy residue and require a bit more attention. Cover your dash with an old towel and dab on a de-greaser like Goo Gone. Then scrape and wipe it off.” Read the rest of the article here.
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As for the windows, Home Garden Television gave some tips on how to quickly and efficiently clean car windows. “If you have tinted windows, it’s better to use an alcohol-based cleaner than an ammonia-based glass cleaner, because the ammonia can break down the tint. A good way to get streak-free windows is to use a micro-fiber towel.” Read the rest of the tips here.
Deep cleaning a car is still possible even if the car owner is busy. Dividing the deep cleaning tasks into bite size pieces make the chore more manageable.