A Guide to All-Natural Ingredients for Cleaning Your Car
There are car owner who just doesn’t mind using branded commercial cleaning products for their vehicles. This is understandable if you don’t know the ingredients of the products you are buying. There are chemicals in these products that can damage the environment and harm human health.
If you use these chemicals for cleaning your car, then you expose yourselves to these toxic substances. If you want to protect your car paint and other exposed parts, then using natural cleaning products is the best for your car.
If you are cleaning your vehicle, try these natural alternatives.
The car body should be cleaned with a mild dish detergent from plant which has no harmful chemicals and a cotton jersey fabric or natural sea sponge. Remove the abrasive from your sea sponge first by soaking and rinsing it several times before using. The car should be rinsed thoroughly before soaping. This will help remove road dirt and grit that could scrape or rub on your cleaning tools.
clean headlights with vinegar and water. Spray on your headlight a mixture of equal parts water and vinegar. IN a few minutes, acid in the vinegar will loosen the debris. Then wipe the headlights with a clean cloth. Baking soda and toothpaste can be applied with a toothbrush to remove stains, fog, and discoloration.
Make your windshield and windows shine with glass cleaner made of equal parts vinegar and water in a spray bottle, a spray bottle with clean water, a squeegee and cotton t-shirt cloths. Use a squeegee for removing the sprayed mixture on the windshield, then rinse with water. For interior glass surfaces, use the natural glass cleaner, then remove the cleaner with dampened clean cloth. Finish the job with a dry cloth.
IF you want to remove large debris around the hubcaps and mudflaps, use a soft-bristled natural brush with a small head and a long handle to get into tight spots. Rub rust spots from your metal hubcap or rims with a piece of wet aluminum foil followed by a cloth. Small, soft-bristles metal brushes and a mixture of vinegar and baking soda can also be used to scrub rust spots away.
A mild plant-based detergent can deep clean your fabric seat covers and mats. Spray the seats with the detergent using a spray bottle and then use your upholstery web-vac cleaner to suck up excess liquid. Clean water should be used for rinsing then vacuum up the excess dirt.
Natural coconut oil bar soap for tough stains, ice cube for sticky substances, and boxes of refrigerator baking soda for bad odors can also be used as natural cleaning products for your vehicle.