- Steam Clean – If you own a steam cleaner, you can use the attachments to steam clean the entire vehicle or spot clean. Make sure that you don’t need to go any where in the next few hours, depending on the temperature outside, if you plan on steam cleaning your car. It does take a few hours for it to dry and it is important to make sure that you leave the windows down so that it can air out as well. Make sure that you steam clean the floor mats as well.
- Windows – Clean all of the interior windows using a soft rag such as a microfiber rag, an old 100% cotton t-shirt, or car window cleaner tool. Choose a window cleaner based upon the manufacture’s suggestions for your vehicle If you have aftermarket window tinting, I know that you aren’t supposed to use Windex on the windows. However, you can use any other window cleaner that doesn’t contain any ammonia in it such as Invisible Glass Product.
- Wash the Car – Wash the car at your home using the old fashioned method or take your car to the local car wash. If you wash your car at home, make sure that you immediately dry it to avoid streaking.
- Tires – Clean the tires and hubcaps or rims using a cleaner that is specially formulated for the tires and use a tire brush.
- Rainx – Adding Rainx to your windows will help keep your windows visible when it rains. I love being able to see out my front windshield after using this product during a rain storm. It causes the water to bead up and run off of your car.
- Waxing – It is important to wax your car at least once a year.
What is the weirdest thing that your child has left in your car for you to find?