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Buying a new car can be expensive. If you are getting tired of your current car, try making a few DIY improvements before rushing to buy a new one.

1. Deep Clean Your Car

If you are trying to save money, you can actually detail your own car. The first step would be to fire up your air compressor on the nooks and crannies of your car. This will make it easier to vacuum up the hard to reach dirt and crumbs. If you have technical proclivities, remove your seats for a more thorough job.

Visit http://bestdiy.tips/car-upholstery-cleaning-diy-cheap-simple-home-remedies/ for DIY seat cleaning.

After you have cleaned the interior of your car, it is time to focus on the exterior. This means giving your car a good hand wash and focusing on the wheels and tires. Remember to use a non-acid based cleaner on your tires!

2. Seat Covers

Standard wear and tear can lead to rips and other damage on seats. If you are looking to get rid of your soda stained seats try this DIY project and create your own personalized seat covers!

http://www.instructables.com/id/Car-Seat-Covers!/

3. Check on Your A/C

Looking for that new car smell? Spend some time getting your air conditioner cleaned. There are actually products made specifically for deodorizing your A/C. This DIY hack uses Lysol to fix the problem.

http://diy-auto-repair.wonderhowto.com/how-to/use-lysol-clean-bacteria-out-your-car-air-conditioning-system-401378/

 

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