Tried and true, these household items can be used to clean your car (and home).
All you need to remove the tar splatters in a jiffy is a jar of peanut butter. Rub a glob of peanut butter on the spot and wipe it off with an old rag.
Rub coconut oil into your car’s dashboard, rubber seals, leather seats, grill, and license plate to clean and polish. It’s also good for removing old bumper stickers and registration tags. As a bonus, if using unrefined oil, the car may smell like the islands for a day or two.
In addition to slicking your hair back, you can also use hairspray to lift ink pen stains out of your carpeting and upholstery. Simply soak the stain lightly with hairspray, wait for the stain to fade, and then rinse with cool water.
Mix together equal parts white vinegar and water. Spray it on your wheels and work it in with a sponge or cleaning rag. Give it a few minutes to go to work on all that break dust and other grime.
Mix baking soda and water together to form a paste. Work the tires with a scrub brush. Let it sit for several minutes, then rinse it off. And just like your refrigerator, baking soda is great at removing smells from your car, too!