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5 Things To Do Everyday To Save Your Car’s Life - Africa Flavour

 Yes, you may be familiar with how to operate your car. You probably didn’t read your car’s manual, but you know how to operate the wipers, AC, radio, and warning lights! We just hope you also know how to change the tires on your vehicle. 

What you don’t seem to think is that all you need are these easy yet completely life-changing auto hacks that you won’t find in any car manual.

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 We’ve got you covered for anything from tiny annoyances to severe annoyances; you can be confident that these ideas will make your life easier. Have you ever done anything on this list?

Hot Water & A Plunge For Dents

Are you mad at having dents on your car? This can solve your problem. You know, dents are pretty common and everyone gets it from time to time. But it’s pretty easy to fix. Here’s what you need to do: Boil water and pour it over the dent. After that, take a plunger and pull it. Remember, this won’t work if your car is heavily damaged. But for small ones, this will make the dents pop right out! Maybe not as perfect as before, but it’s much less noticeable.

Toothpaste On  Dirty Headlights

Have you got some foggy headlights? Dropping by the auto store could be a pain especially when you’re in a rush. Maybe you have something in your bathroom you can use. It’s toothpaste! It works well on teeth because it has mild abrasives that can clean enamel. Your headlight will be clear again, just don’t mind a bit of toothpaste and elbow grease. If it’s yellowing you might wanna think about replacing it.

Opening Your Keyring With A Staple Remover

You don’t have to break your fingers attempting to fit a new set of keys onto your cumbersome metal keyring. Simply separate the end pieces with a staple remover and slide them in! It’s so straightforward that we’re sure you’re wondering why you hadn’t thought of it before.

Put A Shower Caddy In The Trunk

Planning ahead of time? Our guess is you have some emergency auto supplies in your trunk, such as oil, a funnel, a rag, a flashlight, and so on. Get a shower caddy to securely keep all those critical stuff so they don’t slide all over your trunk when you need them  and so nothing else in the trunk gets muddy.

Use Pool Noodles To Prevent Car Dings

Admit it, you’ve hit your garage door more times than you’d like to admit! A pool noodle cut in half and taped to the wall where the door swings open is a simple solution (the scuff marks should make it easy enough to tell). You can secure it with bolts or simple command strips, but your car and wall will be safe in either way!

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