#1

Pool Noodles to Prevent Car Dings

Do you frequently strike the side of your garage door as you get out? You may secure it with bolts or simple command strips, but either way, your car, and wall will be secured! A simple option is to rip a pool noodle in half and tape it to the wall where the door swings open (the scuff marks should make it easy to tell).

#2

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Cereal Bins

We dump rubbish in our cars without thinking about it, but did you realize that scents from that trash can remain inside your vehicle for quite some time if you’re not careful? You won’t have that problem if you get a garbage container. One of those little plastic cereal containers will suffice. Simply line it with a plastic bag to create a tiny, easily sealed trash can that will keep your car odor-free and clean.

#3

Reducing Glare With A Tinted Plastic Sheet

We’ve all been there: you’ve left your sunglasses at home, it’s getting dark, and you’re driving west. In this position, your visor will not protect you, but there is something that will! With static electricity, a simple tinted plastic sheet will attach to your car window and can be changed as needed, ensuring that the sun will never annoy you again!

#4

Car Cover With Ice? Lessen It By Parking Your Car Facing East

This may look to be some strange witchy trick, but it’s actually fairly reasonable and simple. When you park your automobile facing the sun in the morning, the sun’s rays initially defrost your front windshield. You’ll never have to wait for the defroster to warm up again if you leave for work after the sun rises!

#5

Do you want a strange one? Holding your key to your head will extend its range.

We know it sounds absurd, but it works! If your keys have a limited range, position them under your chin and press the button again; the fluids in your head will alter the signal’s range slightly. If you don’t trust us, try it for yourself!

#6

A long car ride with a soiled child? MagnaDoodle is on your side.

When taking a lengthy vehicle journey with a young child, there are two obvious issues: the child is untidy and easily bored. Having a MagnaDoodle in your toy collection can help with both of these issues. For starters, they are one of the most entertaining toys since youngsters may sketch and redraw without running out of (or dropping) materials. You may be surprised to learn that they may also be utilized as a tray table for youngsters to consume meals without crumbs and spills all over the place.

#7

Coke Can Be Used To Clean Your Wheels.

“Use Coke to clean this,” you’ve undoubtedly heard a million times. Nonetheless, a cola and dish detergent solution will remove all road filth and brake dust from your rims, leaving them sparkling. Some people are concerned that the soda would merely make things stickier, but the detergent you use will keep buildup at bay.

#8

Pantyhose Can Be Used As A Fan Belt

To begin with, if you have any other options (such as calling a tow truck) when your fan belt breaks, you should make use of them. Saving money isn’t worth the danger of your engine catching fire. If you’re really stuck, a pair of pantyhose can be used as a fan belt to bring you to a petrol station or an area with cell coverage where you can get help.

#9

On Minor Scratches, Apply Nail Polish

If your car simply has a little scratch or chip, it’s usually not worth the money to have the paint professionally fixed. The negative is that you will have unattractive flaws in your automobile. You probably had no idea you could do it yourself! It only needs a tiny amount of nail paint. If you can match the paint on your automobile relatively well, a little nail polish will disguise the scratches well enough that no one will notice them unless they are looking for them.

#10

Hand Sanitizers Can Be Used To De-Ice Keyholes.

If you’ve ever had frozen locks on your car door, you know how tough it can be to get them unfrozen. You probably didn’t predict it, but hand sanitizer is the solution. Although it may seem paradoxical to pour something into a broken lock, the alcohol in the solution will melt the ice, allowing you to turn the lock. It will melt in your car just as it does on your hands.

#11

During Hot Weather, Keep Your Seats Buckled.

In the summer, trying to buckle your seatbelt is a deadly game. Your hands will be irritated by any metal portion of your car that has been exposed to sunshine and heat. It can’t get hot enough to burn if the sun can’t reach it! You can still prevent the seatbelt issue by buckling it after exiting and leaving it there until the next time you enter.

#12

Over-the-Door Shoe Racks Can Be Used As Backseat Organizers

This is useful if you have children: A simple over-the-door shoe rack may store all backseat needs such as kids’ sippy cups, toys, chargers, and food. All of the bags are easily accessible, and they’re noticeably larger than the pouches that come standard with some minivan seats.

#13

Window Chips? Clear Nail Polish Could Be Beneficial

Magic nail paint strikes once more! A crack or chip in your windshield will almost surely expand and crack further, making driving dangerous. If you can’t afford to replace your windshield, a few drops of clear nail paint in the afflicted region, similar to a run in a pair of stockings, should keep the crack from spreading until you can.

#14

Rubber Bands Can Be Used As Phone Holders.

When you need to glance at your GPS but don’t have a co-pilot to hold it up for you and don’t have one of those windows or air vent holders to hold your phone, it’s quite inconvenient (and potentially dangerous). A similar look may be achieved with a rubber band pretty easily. The tension will keep it in place if you loop it through a couple of vents on your center console and around the top and bottom of your phone.

#15

Easy Way To Cool Down A Hot Car

Have you ever had to stand outside in the summer, airing out your suffocatingly hot car just enough to BREATHE when you got inside? To expedite the process, roll down the passenger side window and open and close the driver’s side door fast for a few seconds. This provides a fanning action, allowing fresh air to enter while eliminating all of the hot, stagnant air from your vehicle.

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