> Ditch The Car Wash And Try Out These 10 Easy DIY Car Cleaning Remedies

Ditch The Car Wash And Try Out These 10 Easy DIY Car Cleaning Remedies


God created man without all the materialistic things that he requires nowadays such as a car, a house, and other luxuries. However, man needs these things in order to survive in today’s hard and fast paced world and lead a decent standard of living. God has given man the skills to work and earn money for himself to lead a good quality life and maintain his basic necessities and luxuries like his car.

Keeping your car clean on the inside and out isn’t easy and no matter how much you care for it, it’s bound to get dirty at some point. You can’t avoid getting crumbs, stains, pollen or dust inside your car and it needs a regular cleaning every now and then. Over the shelf car, cleaning products are expensive and very harsh on your car. Try out some natural spring cleaning remedies for your car – you’ll save money and will have most of these products lying around your house too so they won’t go to waste.

Carpet cleaner


Try out the all-natural carpet cleaner solution by The Balance that’ll help get rid of stubborn and nasty stains on your car mats and seats. Mix equal proportions of baking soda and white vinegar together to make a thick paste and apply it to the stain using a toothbrush. Let it dry and vacuum it up to give you a car that looks brand new.

Dust with a paint brush or foam brush


Use a small bristle or old foam paintbrush to get into all those tiny crevices, knobs and vents inside and outside your car. Follow up with a vacuum cleaner to get every inch of dust from your car.

Olive oil to condition


Make the leather on your dashboard shine with some home olive oil and a rag cloth.

Squeegee and spray bottle of water will do away with pet hair


This works better than vacuum for pet hair. Slightly wet your seats with a spray water bottle and rub a shower squeegee on the seats to remove all your dog’s hair from the seats.

All Natural car freshener


Mix baking soda and your favorite essential oils in a mason jar which has holes and place it in the cup holder to give your car a lovely natural fragrance.

DIY windshield wiper


Clean your windshield wipers with household alcohol to prevent smudging and smearing of dirt on your windshield.

Newspaper + vinegar = streak free windows


Spray some vinegar onto the windshield, leave it for a few minutes and wipe off with newspaper. Say hello to a streak free windows.

Shiny wheels


Make your car wheels’ shine by spraying water and vinegar in equal proportions then wipe them down using a rag cloth.

All natural wheel cleaner


Make a paste using water and baking soda and rub it onto your car wheels using a brush. Rinse off the wheels and they’ll look brand new.

Organic car wash


Liquid castile soap is a great all natural car wash that is made from plant oils. Mix this with some water and lather, wash and rinse. Your car will look as good as new.