Owning a car isn’t always so easy so I have a list of hacks that might just make your car maintenance days easier.
Simple but effective used car hacks
You can fix a busted tailpipe with a beer can.
This is a hack that everyone should know that you can prevent foggy windows with shaving cream. You want to smear the shaving cream inside the windshield and take a dry towel to wipe off until the glass is clear. Defrost your frozen doors with a wireless hair dryer if you have one. This is a trick that a lot of folks use in the winter and that don’t have the patience to wait for the defrost.
You can use a food storage container for a tail light, yes, just cut a hole at the bottom so the light bulbs can fit and secure it with tape.
Use a plunger and hot water to remove small dents on your used car. Just boil hot water and splash it on the damaged area then place the plunger on the dented area and pull back slowly. This only works on small dents through. Larger dents will need some sort of auto repair. But with small dents, you can save on the money.
You can use black pepper to patch up radiator holes. This is a simple fix but not a lifelong fix it does last for a while the pepper won’t weaken so you might have time to save up the money for a repair.
You ever park in a small garage and bang your doors on the walls? Well, you can use pool noodles to soften the blow. It helps reduce dents.
Use white vinegar to take off bumper stickers just spray the sticker and let it sit for a couple of minutes and take a putty knife wrapped in duct tape to the sticker the tape will protect the paint on the vehicle.
Use some laundry detergent to clean the interior of your car it’s actually stronger than vinegar. You can also use laundry detergent to take care of stains in your car just add hot water.
The last hack for car maintenance is using herbal tea bags as air fresheners. If you don’t want to waste your money on those four packs of air fresheners you can use tea bags. All you have to do is clean out the trash in your used car and tea bags can take care of unpleasant odors.
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