CAR owners have been amazed after a £2.99 hack cleaned the crevices in their car with no issue.
The folks atcar insurance have provided a plethora of helpful tips in keeping you car spic and span.
One area of trouble for many car owners are the gaps and crevices found between seats, vents, gear sticks, window controls and more.
But a simple fix can be found at Screwfix for only £2.99 – and it’s ingenious.
RAC explained: “Wrap a cloth or rag around a small screwdriver, using the head to move in on the offending crumbs, dust and grime.
“A damp toothbrush or fine wire brush is also good for this (especially in seat linings).”
They also suggested using toothpaste to scrub cloudy headlight lenses – the baking soda inside the toothpaste helps them to sparkle.
For filthy floor mats, spritz them with a stain remover and let it speak in before tossing it in your washing machine.
Drivers were warned of a car cleaning “hack” which could cause thousands of pounds in damage.
A video has shown how coconut buffer up the wing mirrors on a truck or car.bought for just £2 at B&M can
The video, posted by Mrs Tink, shows how smudge of thetransformed the appearance of the wing mirrors.
After buffering up the truck she even smeared some of the oil on her face. However she added a note of caution, saying she was not sure how the hack would affect the truck in the long run.
Cheap items bought at the supermarket could lead to damage to the car paint by harming the clear coat layer, making the paintwork look dull or even causing small scratches to spread. The damage could cost thousands to repair.