Keep Your Car Looking Good

Keeping up with the cleanliness of the interior of your car is fairly easy; vacuuming, dusting, taking care of rips in the seats, burn holes, etc. But what about the exterior? The scratches, dents, little dings, etc? Well instead of digging a hole in your pocket here a few tips on how to save money by fixing the exterior defects on your car.

Scratches. It is almost impossible to avoid scratches on your car. A loose rock can scrape against your car, a shopping cart, keys, and many more. But for minor scratches that are not too deep can be easily fixed, by searching easy DIY scratch removers. General stores or local auto shops carry scratch removal kits for cheap that will work for deeper scratches. You will save plenty of money then deciding to take it into the auto shop and pay way more than you ever needed to. I'm pretty sure we've all seen Bill Mays scratch remover infomercial.

Dents/Dings. Dents and little dings can be avoided if you're careful. But before you try and go head off to an expensive auto shop, try getting the dent out yourself. Try pushing it out with your muscle. Or try the plunger trick, or the hot/cold water trick. Quick search on this particular issue will give you tons of articles or videos on how to remove dents yourself.

Foggy Headlights.  You can take your car in and get a crazy total, or you can clean and clear up your headlights yourself. You can use your house hold materials and have your headlights come out looking new. With just a little baking soda, vinegar, and Windex. -

Many people are unaware of how easy and cheap it is to fix certain exterior car issues yourself. If your vehicle has minor issues, gives some of these a try. But remember, if you have a major dent or paint problems, your dealership service experts are the way to go.

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