10 Unusual Car Tricks Only Advanced Drivers Share İndir

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  • 24 Eki 2018

  • A lot of car problems can be solved with a little creativity. Every car owner has a standard set of items in their glove compartment and trunk: sunglasses, a soft tissue, a spare wheel and other things of that nature. But sometimes these items may not be helpful enough for what you need. These car hacks are clever, easy, and efficient, and they can save you from a tight spot. Watch the video to learn why having kitty litter in your car can be so convenient and how you can use household items like Coke and socks to get your car in tip-top shape. TIMESTAMPS: Use a rubber band to hold up your phone 0:48​ Use a foam noodle to save your car from dents 1:28​ Use toothpaste for headlights 2:11​ Prevent foggy windows with cat litter 2:51​ Make an easy deicer 3:31​ Remove rust with Coke 4:16​ Use a plunger for dents 5:09​ Use cardboard to escape snow 5:56​ Clean bumper sticker residue with newspaper 6:36​ Use a sock to wipe your windshield 7:25​ #cartricks​ #drivingtips​ Music by Epidemic Sound https://www.epidemicsound.com/​ SUMMARY: - If you know you need to use your phone's GPS but don’t have a holder, you can quickly create a makeshift one with items lying around your house. - Mark the place where your car door usually meets the wall, and then glue or nail the foam noodle to that spot. - If you want your car to make a good impression, taking care of your headlights is vital. Headlights made from polycarbonate or plastic can get a distinct cloudiness that soap can’t easily remove. - An easy trick is to fill a sock with cat litter and leave it in your car overnight. The litter will absorb the moisture inside the car, and your windows will be completely clear by morning. - Fill a spray bottle with 2 parts rubbing alcohol and one part water, and then spray liberally on the windshields. - Coca-Cola isn’t just one of the world’s most popular sodas. It contains a low amount of phosphoric acid, so it can also be used to remove rust from vehicles. - Put some water on the plunger and the dent, and place the plunger against the dent. Then pull and push until the dent pops back into place. - If you get stuck, you can put the cardboard close to the tires, and it will help you get out. If you forget the cardboard, take out the car’s mats, and use them instead. - To remove the residue, dampen a newspaper, and cover the sticker with it. Leave it on for 15 minutes. - A lot of people who have to do laundry outside their homes lose a sock at one time or another. Turn the situation into an opportunity by using your remaining sock as a windshield wiper! Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz​ ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Our Social Media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/brightside/​ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/brightgram/​ 5-Minute Crafts Youtube: https://www.goo.gl/8JVmuC​ ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- For more videos and articles visit: http://www.brightside.me/​