A Guide to All-Natural Ingredients for Cleaning Your Car
There are people who are bent on using branded commercial cleaning products for their vehicles. Most of these vehicle owners do not realize what these products contain. There are harmful chemicals that are actually contained in these cleaning products.
Vehicle owners should realize that there are ways to clean their cars without exposing themselves to these toxic chemicals. If you use natural ingredients and tools to clean your car, you will find them gentler on your car’s paint and other exposed parts than commercial products.
Here are some natural alternatives for cleaning your vehicle.
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. Most sea sponges contain abrasive sand so make sure to soak and rinse it several times before using. Rinse you car thoroughly first, before soaping. This way, road dirt, and grit will not go to your cleaning tools.
A natural way to clean headlights is 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. You can use baking soda and toothpaste with a toothbrush for stains, fog, and discoloration.
Mix equal parts vinegar and water in a spray bottle and spray on your windshield to make it shine. Spray the water, vinegar solution on the windshield, then remove with a squeegee and rinse with water. A dampened clean cloth should be used to remove the sprayed natural glass cleaner on your interior glass surfaces. Then wipe with a dry cloth to finish the job.
Removing large debris around hubcaps and mudflaps can be done using a soft-bristled brush with small head and long handle. Use a piece of wet aluminum followed by a cloth to remove rust spots from your metal hubcap or rims. Or, you can use a small, soft-bristles metal brush and a mixture of vinegar and baking soda to scrub rust spots gently.
You can deep clean your fabric seat covers and mats with a mild plant-based detergent. Spray the seats with the detergent using a spray bottle and then use your upholstery web-vac cleaner to suck up excess liquid. Rinse with clean water and suck up the excess dirt.
There are many other natural cleaning products that you cause for other parts including natural coconut oil bar soap for tough stains, ice cubes for sticky substances, and boxes of refrigerator baking soda for bad odor.