4 tips to keep you healthy & your car clean!

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Airborne contaminants, microbes and other sickly elements abound in both new and pre-owned vehicles. Our germs are traveling with us and everybody that travels in that car carries their germs and leaves them in your car. See these sickly elements found in your car –

  1. Bacteria – Study on microbes and cars, showed that the dashboard is the most germ ridden area of an automobile. Bacteria were also found predominantly around the coffee holder and change slot. Tip: Give the whole interior a good vacuum clean.
  2. Allergens – Allergens, including dust mites, mold reside in the dashboard and floors of many vehicles. Tip: Regular interior vacuuming and sanitizing.
  3. CO – In the summer–on congested roadways, cars can become a repository for carbon monoxide. Tip: During heavy traffic, adjust the air conditioner’s settings to recirculate indoor air.
  4. Chemical Toxins – Benzene is a cancer causing toxin or carcinogenic. Preliminary research indicates that vehicle upholstery, car dashboards, and air fresheners emit the chemical. Tip: Open the window for 10-minutes before turning on the AC to release the toxin.

Some ways to keep your car clean –

  1. Use disinfectant wipes to clean the interior of your car on a daily basis.
  2. Avoid eating in your car.
  3. Shampoo your carpets and seats on a regular basis.
  4. And last but not least, remember that your car has to be treated like an extension of your home and no one likes a dirty house!

With very little effort, your car’s interior will sparkle and protect you from bugs, coughs and sneezes.

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