Does it seem that you spend more time in your car driving around then you spend at home? Although home is where you would rather be it just doesn’t seem to work out that way. With children going to and from activities, work and just running around doing household errands we seem to spend hours a day in our vehicle. Since we are spending so much of our time in our vehicle we would at least expect to have a clean windshield.
When cleaning your vehicle try using vinegar. First you can place a mixture of vinegar and water in a spray bottle and use on your vehicle’s windows inside and out. This mixture could be used instead of using window cleaner. To clean your vehicle’s interior such as the dashboard and steering wheel then try using warm water mixed with three tablespoons of vinegar. Simply use this vinegar mixture by cleaning the surfaces with a soft cloth.
Keeping your windshield ice-free can be somewhat difficult especially if you have to park outside over night in the winter months. I wish we could just skip the winter months and that would be one way that we could keep our vehicle’s windshield frost and ice-free. Since we can’t get rid of winter let’s eliminate the icy windshields. By using a mixture of three parts vinegar and one part water you will have what it takes for a frost and ice-free windshield. Place the mixture of three parts vinegar and one part water in a spray bottle. After parking your car for the night spray your windshield with the vinegar mixture. With this mixture you will wake to a frost free and ice-free windshield.
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