If you are missing a few car accessories or maybe looking for useful tricks that you can try, then read the tutorial down below, and watch the video tutorial as well. These hacks by DaveHax on YouTube are surprisingly clever and helpful. Learn a few tricks and share them with someone who you think might need this, too.
- Microfiber cloth
- Foam paintbrush
- Multi-surface polish
- Rubber band
- Duct tape
- A pair of socks
- Cat litter crystals
Instead of cleaning your car air vent using a microfiber cloth, try a small foam paintbrush instead. It can pick up dust easier and it could fit in small spaces very well. You can use this in other parts or small spaces of your car that are hard to reach, too.
If you8217;re having a hard time pulling your seatbelt and it also takes a lot of time to recoil, then grab some multi-surface polish spray, and spray some on the seatbelt mount. Wipe it well with a microfiber cloth, then give it a try by pulling the seatbelt, and repeat as needed.
If you don8217;t have a phone holder yet and are struggling to let it stand in the car, then grab a piece of a rubber band, and give this trick a try. Insert the rubber band through the air vent, then loop it under, and insert the phone through the loops to hold it in place.
Grab a tape, then insert the cuff of a sock around it to keep the sock open, and fill it with cat litter crystals. Once filled nicely, tie the sock tightly, then insert it into another piece of a sock, and put it in areas of your car where it has a lot of moisture. This DIY project can absorb moisture easily.
Original source: https://diyjoy.com/easy-and-useful-car-hacks-and-tips/