8 Cleaning Essentials You Should Always Keep in Your Car

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8 Cleaning Essentials You Should Always Keep in Your Car
 

 
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1.)SKIP*HOP Duo Signature Diaper Bag in Chevron

Keep your cleaning supplies contained and portable by stashing them in this durable diaper bag. If anything spills, it’s easy to wipe clean.

To buy: $65; bedbathandbeyond.com.


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2.)Scotch-Brite Lint Roller

Use this wardrobe essential for quick clothing touch-ups before you head in to work or to pick up crumbs from your vehicle’s upholstery.

To buy: $12 for two; jet.com.

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3.)Fuzzy Wuzzy Microfiber Mitt

Compared to traditional cleaning cloths, microfiber picks up more dirt and germs, instead of just spreading them around. This mitt makes wiping down the dashboard, console, and hard-to-reach cup holders a cinch—without getting your hands dirty.

To buy: $6; containerstore.com.

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4.)Ode to Clean Starter Kit

These plant-derived wipes are safe to use on just about anywhere—from sticky hands to hard surfaces (or even your face).

To buy: $25 for 1 container and 2 wipe packs; odetoclean.com.


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5.)Sprayaway Glass Cleaner

This ammonia-free spray leaves windows streak-free without a harsh chemical smell. The foaming formula stays put until you can spread it across the window with a microfiber cloth.

To buy: $2; target.com.

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6.)303 Aerospace Protectant

Safeguard your car’s interior against harmful sunrays with this rinse-free UV protectant spray that will extend the life of your vehicle’s finished leather, rubber, and plastic surfaces.

To buy: $14; amazon.com.

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7.)Arm & Hammer Baking Soda

The MVP of cleaning solutions, baking soda works wonders on car carpets. Sprinkle some over the floor mats to deodorize, then vacuum it up.

To buy: $1; walmart.com.
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 3 months ago '17        #2
Naga Sadow 7 heat pts
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And never use tire shine. They actually degrade and eat away at the rubber and cause premature tire wear. I always keep wipes and this 12v car vacuum I found at Job Lots for like $10 on me.
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 3 months ago '07        #3
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Good info, gonna give both whips a heck of a detail when Spring rolls thru.
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 3 months ago '06        #4
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 Naga Sadow said:
And never use tire shine. They actually degrade and eat away at the rubber and cause premature tire wear. I always keep wipes and this 12v car vacuum I found at Job Lots for like $10 on me.
So what do you use to shine them bad boys??
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 3 months ago '04        #5
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also Febreeze auto is dope.... and Bath and Bodyworks scent discs! sh*t does wonders for your car
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 iNSPiRED4fR33 said:
So what do you use to shine them bad boys??
I just wash them. My rear tires cost $600 each so I'm not taking chances.
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 3 months ago '05        #7
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A diaper bag
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 3 months ago '11        #8
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Microfiber towel for wiping the inside daily
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fu*k all that

I got an old white tee in the back seat and a fabreeze bottle filled with water and I’m out
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 3 months ago '04        #10
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I keep 2 old dish towels so when I spill I can wipe up. Also a bottle of water to dump on one of the towels and then wipe my dash clean when I get a car wash. Its too hot or in my case cold to keep cleaning stuff in the car. I could go on and on. I’ll have to try that protectant, I hear good things. Even though I have never seen a dash fade in unless it’s a super old car
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 3 months ago '04        #11
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Everything is reasonable besides od to clean. Look at the price lol. You mean wet naps?
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bookmarked..taking my whips to the next level for the spring
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febreeze
blunt spray
2 phone charging cables (just in case)
a mini lantern (just in case i gotta fix a tire at night)
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 projectd06 said:
A diaper bag
I keep my stuff in the bucket. But I have to admit A diaper bag is a goof idea.
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 Naga Sadow said:
And never use tire shine. They actually degrade and eat away at the rubber and cause premature tire wear. I always keep wipes and this 12v car vacuum I found at Job Lots for like $10 on me.
I've heard this but never seen any proof so I'm thinking it's an urban legend. I know Michelin had issues with this but it was the tires themselves. The shine may have sped up the process a little bit, but it was an issue regardless
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 iNSPiRED4fR33 said:
So what do you use to shine them bad boys??
 Naga Sadow said:
And never use tire shine. They actually degrade and eat away at the rubber and cause premature tire wear. I always keep wipes and this 12v car vacuum I found at Job Lots for like $10 on me.
I forgot what the name of the chemical was but there's a certain chemical that takes out the moisture of the tires in most tire dressing. It'll make your tires crack over time. I use water based tire dressing which is not supposed to do that. It doesn't make them look super shiny it just takes away the ashy look.
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I forgot what the name of the chemical was but there's a certain chemical that takes out the moisture of the tires in most tire dressing. It'll make your tires crack over time. I use water based tire dressing which is not supposed to do that. It doesn't make them look super shiny it just takes away the ashy look.
It causes the tires to dry rot. Petroleum based tire shines are absolutely no good and are the ones that cause dry rot.

What water based ones do you use?
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 justin747 said:
I've heard this but never seen any proof so I'm thinking it's an urban legend. I know Michelin had issues with this but it was the tires themselves. The shine may have sped up the process a little bit, but it was an issue regardless
All you need is white vinegar and distilled water
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