This post, Clever Tips for Cleaning Your Vehicle with Vinegar, was created in connection with my agreement as a contributor to the Four Monks Cleaning Vinegar. All opinions are 100% my own.
For the past four months I have been cleaning my house with Four Monks Cleaning Vinegar. I love it because if effectively cleans while at the same time is safe for the environment. I use it to clean many things including my kitchen and with and in my laundry room. Since using this product I have also discovered you can use it outside the house and found some clever tips for cleaning your vehicle with vinegar. Here are a few things I have learned.
Tip #1: Use Four Monks to clean your vehicle windows and windshield.
Not only will your windows be clean and rid of hazy build up, during the cold weather, the vinegar will help protect your windows from frost in the morning.
Tip #2: Use Four Monks to clean your car upholstery.
For leather interior, clean with vinegar and wash with soapy water to make your leather shine. Keep clean by wiping vinyl upholstery clean with Four Monks and a clean cloth.
Tip #3: Use vinegar to clean tough to reach crevices in your dashboard and cup holders.
Dip a Q-Tip in Four Monks to clean smaller areas and a soft clean cloth for your dashboard, emergency break, and steering wheel.
Tip #4: Clean your windshield wipers with vinegar.
Cup your windshield wiper with a clean cloth and spray Four Monks onto the windshield wiper or spray directly on the blade. Gently clean the blades working up and down.
Tip #5: Use Four Monks to clean headlights and mirrors.
Spray vinegar into a cloth first and then, gently wipe down rear view mirrors both inside and outside of your car. Clean headlights with a cloth working in a circular motion until they shine.
The Citrus Mint and Aroma Controlled Spray Bottles shown in this post are currently only being sold in Walmart Supercenter stores across the country and can be found in the Vinegar Aisle. You can download a $1 off coupon for a Four Monks 24 oz. Spray Bottle at Walmart Supercenters!
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