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Almost everyone today owns a car, but how many of you have never cleaned your car by your hand? If I asked the reason, many people said either they don’t have the time or they don’t know how to clean it. If you also don’t have the time or you don’t know how to clean your car like a pro, don’t worry today I have listed few super easy and quick hacks that will help you not just in cleaning and also in caring your car in different aspects.

Let us see six easy hacks from using toothpaste to cleaning headlights to fixing dents with a plunger…

1. Toothpaste For Sparkling Headlights

Want those sparkling car headlight, even if your car is one or two years old. Apply toothpaste on an old towel or a piece of rug and rub it on the surface and before you know it, your dingy looking headlight will be shinning again.

2. Pool Noodle For car Safety

Do you cringe each time when you open your car door inside the garage because there just isn’t enough space? Worry not! We have the hack to protect your door too, use a swimming pool noodle, halve the noodle lengthwise and paste it to the wall. Through this, your car door will stay saved from future dents.

3. Protect Wiper Blades With Stockings

Continuous exposure to the grime, dust, and water can damage your windshield wiper blades if you want to save little damaged blades, cover your pair of blades with the pair women’s stocking. Now you are good to drive off again.

4. Use Nail Paint To Touch Up

Scratches and chipped paint are the most common with the cars’ skins if your car has also got a scratch, quickly go and take a nail paint of matching color to your car, and paint it.

5. Slow Cracking Of The Broken Windshield With The Nail Paint

Here is another car hack using nail paint. You can use nail paint when the slow cracking of broken windshield happens. Clearly paint using clear nail polish on both sides to stave off cracking until you get it replaced.

6. Fix Dent Using a Plunger

A plunger may be plumber’s helping tool kit, but it is just as useful to repair minor dents. All you have to do is- wet the plunger and the dent then push and pull until the damage is undone.

Author-Simran Bhatnagar

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