8 Quick Tips for Cleaning and Organizing Your Car Interior

by Capree K

8 Quick Tips for Cleaning and Organizing Your Car Interior

While you're rampaging through your spring cleaning checklist, don't forget to give your car a little TLC. Whether you're facing a mound of discarded coffee cups and drive-thru trailings or just a winter's worth of dust and dirt, here are 8 quick tips for cleaning your car's interior -- and keeping it that way!     

1. Start by emptying everything out of your car: throw away garbage, bring those gym clothes inside, file away important...

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DIY Thrifty Car Odor Eliminators.

by Chris Gardner

Children. Pets. Power tools. Library books. Groceries. We ask alot of our cars...and, we put a lot of stinky things in 'em too. And with dark interiors and constant sludging back and forth, it's not always clear how dirty they get. Well, until the funk happens. It's like one day, you open the door, and sit down, and say "Oh, know...it's here."

Classic red car wtih red steering wheel, red fuzzy dice in the window and white interior, source: sxc.hu.

So, here's seven inexpensive deodorizers intended with the unique interiors, shapes, and smells of your...

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Glass garage, anyone?

by DIY Maven

Glass garage, anyone?

The T-Bone House, designed by COAST, is located near the German town of Waiblingen. It has all those earth-friendly features, like geothermal heating and a rain water recycling system. It also has great views of the surrounding countryside. So, if it’s so environmental, why does the home have a glass garage that draws the focus to an antiquated form of energy consumption? Because the car in that particular garage is a 1974 Porsche Targa, the homeowner’s pride and joy. Via.

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sQuba: The First Underwater Car.

by Chris Gardner

sQuba: The First Underwater Car.

"More than 30 years since Roger Moore's 007 put the idea into every guy's head, someone has finally replicated the underwater auto experience. Swiss design company Rinspeed has created the sQuba ($1.4 million), the world's first submersible car. Based on the Lotus Elise (it was a Lotus Esprit in The Spy Who Loved Me), the all-electric convertible can drive you to the lake in style and then dive underwater to a depth of over 30 feet. The car's...

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Craft My Ride!

by Chris Gardner

Craft My Ride is Scion's craft competition for the DIY set.

Craft My Ride!

From the press release: "Scion is challenging the "Do-It-Yourself" crow to channel their inner craftiness and desgn hand-made car accessories for a Scion vehicle in a craft making competition..."  An impressive judges panel declares that this is not some corporate marketing scheme to sell the subculture back to itself...(or maybe it is, but it's got the support of some important names in...

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Car Part Art

by DIY Maven

For anyone who assembled, or tried to assemble, a model car when they were young, the Drive-In by Jellio, is sure to bring back memories.

Car Part Art

Designed by Mario Marsicano and Chris Lenox, the 44" x 44" polyurethane resin, metallic silver finished wall sculpture was modeled after "the sprue element the model [car] parts were attached to." All chrome and hot-rod muscle, this blast from the past will set you back $2,500.00 bucks.

For a cheaper and less...

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