If you want to a clean car, but you don’t want to spend a fortune at the car wash, then arm yourself with a bucket and the next ingredients. Also, you have to make some room in your schedule, because it takes a couple of hours.
The next homemade solution is especially designed for those who want to avoid chemicals and want to save some money, because washing your car weekly it’s a bit expensive.

So, purchase the following ingredients and get ready to wash your car on the pathway.

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You need:

– a bucket
– 2-3 sprayers
– paper towels
– water
– vinegar
– rubbing alcohol
– homemade soap
– baking soda
– the juice of one lemon
– essential oil (your favorite fragrance)

1. For the interior of your car, mix equal parts of water with rubbing alcohol and pour into a spray bottle. It will clean and disinfect at the same time. Use a clean cotton cloth to wipe well the wheel and the car board. You may use it for doors and car upholstery.

2. For windows and windshield, use 3 parts of vinegar with 1 part of water, which you pour into a spray bottle. You can use the same sprayer (but wash it well before). Spray the solution on the windshield and wipe it gently with paper towels or lint-free cloth. This mixture can also be used to clean your rims. It will make them shiny.

For car exterior:

Fill the bucket half with water and add 3 tablespoons of homemade soap and 3 tablespoons of baking soda. Stir well to dissolve the soap and add 2 cups of vinegar. Now, use a cloth and start washing your car. In case it’s very dirty, you better remove the dirt using only clean water, and then use the above mixture.

After washing it well, throw the soapy water from the bucket and fill it again with water and add a few drops of essential oil with the juice of half a lemon. This solution is made for rinsing the car.
Voila! Your car is clean from inside-out!

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