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Car Cleaning: 6 DIY Ways To Make Your Car Look Like New

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Your car is one of your most significant investments. That’s why you want to ensure that it is always in good shape. Fortunately, there are plenty of DIY ways to make your car look like new with the right car interior detailing products.

In this article, we’ll explore 6 DIY ways to look after your car using Nexgen products. Let’s delve into them.

1.    Brush Out The Air Vents

The louvers are typically a magnet for dust, and a vacuum with a brush attachment may not be of much help. The best way to go about it is to take an artist’s paintbrush and apply furniture polish on it. To collect the dust, put the brush through the crevices and then wipe the brush off with a rag. You can then move to the next one.

2. Clean The Interior

If you are interested in how to clean the car’s interior you can start by deep-cleaning the carpets and the upholstery. You can use a vacuum cleaner to remove the deep dirt that settles into the carpet’s fibers. You can also clean the cloth seats this way. Next, use a car interior cleaner to remove the stains and the dirt from the plastic and the vinyl parts of the car’s interior. It is recommended to use a cleaner that doesn’t leave stains or streaks, so the car’s interior looks shiny and new for a longer period of time.

You can also use an interior conditioner to protect the car’s interior. This way the car’s seats will be softer. Many people recommend using conditioner for fabrics, because it leaves the car’s interior feeling soft and fresh for a longer period of time.

3.   Clean The Leather

Dirty leather can look really ugly. That’s why if you have leather upholstery in your car, you need to invest in a car interior cleaner and always keep it in your car. Certain items, such as lipstick, dye, or ink can settle permanently in your leather upholstery in less than 24 hours. That’s why it is advisable to get rid of them as soon as possible.

4.   Apply a Paint Sealant

Paint sealants are easy to find and apply, and they can protect your car’s exterior from the elements and keep it looking fresh. They’re especially beneficial if you park your car outdoors and it’s subjected to things like rain, snow, sleet, or hailstorms.

5. Don’t Forget About The Wheels

It might seem like an insignificant detail, but your car’s wheels are the first thing people will see when approaching your car. Make sure they are squeaky clean and that any noticeable scuffs or scrapes are fixed.

Wheels are also prone to rust, so make sure to wash them regularly, especially if you live in a climate where the roads get rusted quickly.

6.  Finish With The Glass

This is the last touch to your car detail. Glass is the easiest part of your car to get dirty. To clean the glass on your car you can use a commercial glass cleaner, or you can make your own with vinegar and water. The vinegar will help to keep your windows streak-free.

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