I had to go to Alaska recently for work. I know right?! Don’t ask! I knew it snowed a lot up there and I wanted to make sure that I knew how to remove snow from a car. Of course, I wasn’t going to drive there; which meant I’d be using a rental car. Nonetheless, still wanted to know how to remove snow from a car. And given that I was using a rental, I needed to know how to remove snow from a car without ever scratching the paint. The Rental company would love that….
You know what’s annoying. Let me tell you. You wash your car on a Saturday and for whatever reason by Tuesday you can already see a layer of dirt on it. Now here’s the truth. I cheat on my wife. But not how you think. Not with one of the cheerleaders from the Miami Dolphins. No. But with my car. Every Saturday, without fail, you can rest assured that I will have blocked out 2 hours of my day so that I can show my car the TLC that it deserves. Knowing how to keep a car clean between washes has definitely helped me.
Let me guess, if you’re reading an article about How To Clean A Smoker’s Car, then I’m guess that you’ve tried car washes a few times and have probably used every freshener and deodorizer out there. And the last bottle of fabreeze just got tossed in the trash.
I recently bought a new car. I knew it was going to be a project. My wife wasn’t keen on me buying it, especially when she found out that the last owner was a pet lover and a smoker. The thought of both of those things had just dissuaded her from the beginning.