You may regard your vehicle simply as a way to get from one place to another. But for many, a car or truck can serve as a portable office or even house if it is equipped with everything needed throughout the day and if things are in order. There are a few things to keep in mind while trying to keep your clean neat and orderly. bilrens
First, empty the vehicle and trunk of the things you don’t need. Take out the garbage and remove any unnecessary items. You’ll be surprised how roomy your vehicle really is. Sort the things you use into piles. Make one for maintenance supplies, music, manuals, maps and other items. That way, you’ll know where to find what you need quickly.
Next, clean the interior. Vacuum the floors and seats. Wipe the dashboard, doors and steering wheel with a damp cloth. Shake out and clean the floor mats with soapy water. Don’t forget to clean the seats with a good upholstery or fabric cleaner. Look under the seats for dirt you missed. To clean glass, use a dry paper towel and non-ammonia glass cleaner. As soon as the glass is dry, polish it with crumpled newspaper.
Look for a shady spot to wash your car or do it on a cloudy day. If not, the water may evaporate quickly and leave a lot of ugly spots. Be sure to use a shampoo or soap that’s made for cars. Follow the manufacturer’s instructions for best results.
Start with the wheels. Use plenty of soapy water and a scrub brush to remove deep down dirt. For the cars exterior, go for something soft like natural sea sponge, cotton chenille pad or sheepskin mitt. These items have a lot of fine filaments that effectively remove dirt and grime. For peace of mind on the road, get an extended warranty.