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Maintaining Car Interior

Bring a Trash Bag

Often, piles of garbage will pile up in an automobile and its owner may not have the time or the patience to clean it all out. This all-too common situation can be avoided if there’s already a place to put trash. Putting any waste in one convenient receptacle will also preserve an interior’s appearance, to a certain degree. A full bag of trash might not be the prettiest sight in the world, but it beats an arbitrarily arranged pile of junk.

Keep Cleaning Materials in the Glove Box

Plenty of products are custom made to remove stains from automobile interiors. Why not keep something on hand so spills can be stopped before becoming permanent eyesores? CNN even recommends keeping toothpaste in the glove compartment. Of course, that’s also handy if you happen to need to freshen up at some unexpected point during your travels.

Don’t Smoke Inside The Car

It’s a well-established fact that smoking can lead to serious damage to anyone’s health. But a car filled with cigarette smoke can cause a yellow or brownish veneer to develop on upholstery. For that matter, a dropped cigarette can leave burn marks on carpets or sears or even cause an accident in a worst-case scenario. Refusing to smoke inside a car will not only prevent these problems but it could even help a smoker cut down and may even eventually break the habit.

Keep Kids Accountable

CNN also points out that youngsters aren’t always the greatest at picking up after themselves. For moms and dads who spend lots of time driving, the news source recommends a “Bring It In, Take It Out” policy. That way, families can guarantee that backpacks, lunch boxes or whatever other accoutrements wee ones carry won’t turn into car clutter.