Cheap Car Detailing

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Using items around the house to clean your car.

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Step 1: Materials

Dish soap and bucket: Use a mop for hard to reach areas

Furniture polish: For waxing. $1.00 at dollar tree.

Vinegar and lemon juice: Use a crumple newspaper for windows and mirrors

Olive Oil and old cotton shirt: Use for interior and dash

Dryer sheets: Hidden out of site will activate as interior heats up in sun for a clean smell

Drill with screwdriver as attachment: Add a old sock for buffing. Baking Soda toothpaste works good on

headlight lens.

GLYCERIN skin protectant: Mix 1 oz to 6 oz of water in spray bottle. New tire shine.

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    seamster

    5 years ago on Introduction

    You got those rims nice and shiny!

    I'm curious about the olive oil on the dash though... Wouldn't the residue go rancid over time and start to smell pretty bad?

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    seselinaseamster

    Reply 4 years ago on Introduction

    Dont wory. I was sceptic about olive oil and smell but no smell at all. Now I use it all the time.

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    SphereX

    4 years ago on Introduction

    Good point! Well see with the test of time. Kerosine cleaned off the brake dust.