Automotive Diagnostic& Analysis System
Autel MaxiDAS DS708
Autel MaxiDAS DS808
Autel MaxiSys Mini
Autel MaxiSys MS906
Autel MaxiSys
Autel MaxiSys Pro
Autel MaxiSys Elite
Autel MaxiSys Series Software Update Service
J2534 Pass Through
Autel Maxiflash PRO
Autel TPMS Diagnostic & Service Tool
Autel MaxiTPMS TS101
Autel MaxiTPMS TS401
Autel MaxiTPMS TS501
Autel MaxiTPMS TS601
MX-Sensor 315MHz
MX-Sensor 433MHz
Autel MaxiTPMS Series Software Update Service
Code Readers/ Code Scanners
Autolink AL301
Autolink AL319
Autolink AL419
Autolink AL519
Autolink AL619
Autolink AL439
Autolink AL539
Autolink AL539B
Autolink AL609
Professional Scan Tools
MaxiDiag Elite MD701
MaxiDiag Elite MD702
MaxiDiag Elite MD703
MaxiDiag Elite MD704
MaxiDiag Elite MD801
MaxiDiag Elite MD802
Digital Inspection Cameras
Maxivideo MV101
Maxivideo MV208
Maxivideo MV201
Maxivideo MV301
Maxivideo MV400
Autel MaxiCheck
Autel MaxiCheck PRO
MaxiCheck EPB
MaxiCheck Oil Light/Service Reset
MaxiCheck Airbag/ABS
MaxiCheck DPF Reset
MaxiCheck Steering Angle Sensor Calibration

Homemade Car Cleaning Products

DIY is quiet fashion in these days, you can get fun and also save money from it. Today we are going to talk about a bunch of car cleaner recipes which can make your car clean but not clean out your wallet. Let us have a try, shall we?
1. Car Wash Solution
What You Need:
    A bucket of water
    Liquid castile soap
Add a couple drops of liquid castile soap to a bucket of water, and wash.
2. Window Cleaner
What You Need:
    White vinegar
    A spray bottle
Spray full strength vinegar onto the windows. Allow it to sit for a few minutes. Then, wipe dry with a piece of newspaper.
3. Chrome Cleaner
What You Need:
    White vinegar
    A spray bottle
    A sponge or cleaning rag
Mix together equal parts white vinegar and water. Then, spray it on your wheels; and work it in with a sponge or cleaning rag.
Note: Vinegar should not be used on aluminum alloys.
4. Tire Cleaner
What You Need:
    Baking soda
    A scrub brush
Mix baking soda and water together to form a paste. Then, work the paste into the tires with a scrub brush. Let it sit for several minutes. Then, rinse off.
5. Carpet and Upholstery Stain Remover
What You Need:
    White vinegar
    Baking Soda
    A scrub brush
Mix white vinegar and baking soda together to form a paste. Then, work the paste into any carpet and upholstery stains with a toothbrush or something similar. Allow the paste to dry. Then, vacuum up the baking soda, and the stains should be gone.
Note: Some stains may need to be treated more than once.
6. Interior Cleaner
What You Need:
    White vinegar
    A spray bottle
    A cleaning rag
Mix together equal parts white vinegar and water. Then, spray it on any vinyl, plastic, wood, or leather surfaces in your car that need cleaning. Allow it to soak in. Then, wipe dry with a clean rag.
Note: As with any leather cleaner, you should test on a small area before applying to the entire surface.
7. Interior Protestants/Dressing
What You Need:
    1 cup olive oil
    1/2 cup lemon juice
    A spray bottle or bowl
    2 cleaning rags
Combine olive oil and lemon juice in a spray bottle or bowl. Then, use a clean cloth to wipe a small amount of the dressing into the dashboard and any other plastic or vinyl surfaces. Finish by wiping off the excess with another cleaning rag.
Warning: Do not use it on the steering wheel, pedals or any other controls where slipperiness could pose a hazard. Also be careful not to get in on windows.
Whether working on cars is a hobby or a cost-driven necessity, most DIYers and backyard mechanics are better off with inexpensive alternatives to expensive professional tools. There are some good tools that can interface with your computer, phone, or tablet. If you want to know more about some vehicle maintenance information, please click on the below information:

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