How to Keep Your Car Clean + Organized
Let’s face it, we get caught up in the daily hustle that we tend to ignore our car becoming a trash can for water bottles, food wrappings, and change. We may take our animals with us and before we know it there is fur all over our seats. Of course cleaning your car is probably one of your last priorities, BUT I wanted to share some of these easy tips/hacks that can make it a bit easier to keep up with. I also want to thank OSENIA for sponsoring this post! I only talk and feature products that I truly enjoy!
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Use car fresheners. I absolutely love using a nice car freshener. My favorites are from Yankee Candle or Bath & Body Works. I love using coconut/beachy scents in the summer and pumpkin/apple scents in the fall. Having a car that smells good makes me happy.
Put down a towel or bed sheet for your animals to sit on. I know this is an extra step when you are wanting to hurry up and leave the house, BUT it will make all of the difference when it comes to cleaning. Instead of having to vacuum out your car constantly because of the pet hair, you can fold up the blanket/towel and pop it in the wash! Much easier.
Use sponge brushes to clean a/c vents. This is an awesome hack because these sponge brushes are the perfect size to get inside and clean the vents perfectly. I find my vents get dusty quick so I like to do this every week. You can find these at your local craft store like Michaels or even Walmart.
Hang a plastic bag or purchase a small wastebasket to collect wrappers, empty water bottles, and any other junk. I had this issue before where I, or friends would just leave wrappers on the floor or seats. My empty water bottles would be lying all over the place. Having a place to throw away your waste makes your car a lot cleaner!
Take an empty gum container or a mason jar to store your change. Instead of throwing your change all over your car, collect it! Not only does change add up but it also keeps your car looking clean if you use a change jar.
Vacuum your car at least 3 times a month. If you vacuum your car at least 3 times a month, it becomes easier each time. The longer you put off vacuuming, the dirtier it becomes and the longer it takes to vacuum. It will only make your work load a lot lighter if you keep up with vacuuming out your car!
Use storage bins and store necessary items in your trunk. Maybe you have items that you need to have with you at all times? Use storage bins to hide these items and place them in the trunk. The trunk of your car is like a “closet”. Use it to put away items. Don’t store items in the back seat. It will just look cluttered.
I am a huge fan of cleaning wipes! I love storing cleaning wipes in my car so that I can clean off my steering wheel, radio, or dashboard. I like to clean down my car with cleaning wipes every week. Keeps my car looking shiny and clean!
This isn’t a cleaning tip but I just love using magnets on the back of my car! I think it adds character to my car and I love letting the world know I love my fur babies! (:
I hope you enjoyed hearing some of my cleaning hacks and tips! Hopefully it inspired you to want to clean and organize your car too!
Until next time,