With the scorching temperatures yesterday,I decided it would be a great idea to leave my windows cracked. Every time I got in my car, it wasn’t as bad as I could have been. I was so proud of myself, as my car quickly cooled in the blaring AC.
Until this morning…
I ran down to my car, running late for work, I threw my purse in the passenger seat and hopped in, only to quickly hop right back out in horror and confusion. Was this an ALS ice bucket trick?!
I quickly remembered we had a terrible thunderstorm last night, and I guess I forgot to roll up my windows. What a surprise!
Any tips on cleaning it/drying it?
I have my windows down today in the hopes that will help dry it out. And thankfully I had a towel in my car, though my backside was a little damp as I walked into work.
Ugh!! If you have any other tips, leave in the comments below!
I haven’t. Ever. Should I admit that? Well, there it is. Never. As a matter of fact, I hate cleaning. I like cleanliness, but I hate the actual process of it. It takes so much time, and it’s just not my favorite thing to do. I’d rather blog!
With that said, I’ve created a Pinterest board so I can keep track of cleaning tips and practices, maybe that I want to try, are greener options, or just ways to help be clean and organized all the time. As I have researched pins, I noticed a few people putting vinegar and baking soda to clean their dishwasher. So, I tried it!
Here’s an example of one of the blogs that has instructions about using these products: http://www.onegoodthingbyjillee.com/2012/02/how-to-clean-your-dishwasher.html
** Please note – I did see a post that you shouldn’t do this if you have a dishwasher with a stainless steel inside – so definitely research what you can use in your dishwasher!**
It was really easy – you just put the products in and turn you dishwasher on. And I feel like it worked! The inside was clean, and I’ve noticed my dishes are coming out cleaner too.
I recommend trying it!