A few posts ago, I shared with you some “Fast Tips & Tricks for Cleaning Your Car” and I also gave you a few effective tips for keeping it clean between every car wash. Today, I will delve more into the topic of cars and share with you some car hacks you will surely appreciate.
I haven’t tried this myself yet, however, it seems that your car’s foggy headlights problem could be easily solved with whitening toothpaste! All you need to do is rub some of that toothpaste over your headlights thoroughly and rinse it off with clean water. For yellowing headlights, you can check out this post here for a more elaborate solution on how fix this problem.
Sometimes, the stickers you chose to stick on your car glass may seem permanent, as if they are set in stone! You try taking them off and all you get is a half ripped funny looking stickers instead. But don’t worry, it seems that a wet newspaper can be the solution. Just add warm water on a newspaper and apply it over the sticker for 10-15 minutes and watch the sticker peel off the glass like magic.
Keys & Key Rings:
I almost always chip my nails trying to add a key to my car’s key chain, and it’s really annoying! Apparently, a simple way to avoid this fiasco is by using a staple remover! Just place the “teeth” of the staple remover between the two rings and viola, you can now easily slide in your keys!
“Door Banging” might sound like a bad name for a rock band but it isn’t! It is that annoying sound the door makes when it hits the wall as you open the door to get out of your car in your garage. Did you know that you could use pool noodles to solve this problem for good? Just cut one in half and glue or nail it over the wall where the door usually hits.
Chips & Scratches:
Now I personally would never try this out on my own car however, I think worth the share. If you have any chips or scratches on your car’s paint and you don’t have the time or money to get it repainted or polished, you can use nail polish to disguise them. Be sure that you choose the closest nail polish shade!
I am not sure if this car hack is a myth or a fact, but I’ve read on a few websites that you could actually use a plunger to try to get out small dents off you car panels.
Looking for an easy and accessible way to place your GPS or phone while driving? Try using sticky pads. They are easy to install and remove and they come in a wide variety of shapes, sizes, colors and prices too.