It is estimated that we spend 51 minutes on average driving, every single day. We go to work, we take the children to soccer practice, we run errands, we go out to dinner, and we even simply go for a drive when we need to clear our heads. We spend a large part of our lives in our cars, and the daily use that we put them through takes a toll on them, little by little. Eventually, our cars go from looking, and smelling, brand new to looking completely worn out. However, with a few simple maintenance tricks, we can extend a car’s functionality and keep it looking brand new.
These tricks, contrary to popular belief, do not require expensive products or labor-intensive projects. Real wonders can be done with items that we already have at home, or with objects that we can find in any supermarket. From the bottle of Coca-Cola that you didn’t finish yesterday to the old socks that live at the bottom of the drawer, it’s easier than ever to keep your car looking like the day you drove it off the lot, without costing you an arm and a leg in the process.