Cleaning your tires is easier than you think – just use a household item.
Drivers with scuffed tires can use COLA and cleaning solutions to get their tires clean again.
Based on The richThis mixture will not cause your tires to stick and will “quickly remove dirt from your tires and brakes”.
And do-it-yourself motorists can also simply pour boiling water over any dents in their bodywork, before using a piston to wash away the dent.
However, for larger dent and more serious damage, the help of a professional is recommended.
According to Auto paint, bodywork and paint.
According to the retailer, long-term dents can cause rust and damage to the paintwork.
And some dents, which damage the panels underneath, can be a safety issue.
A Coats spokesman said: ‘Some dents in the body of a vehicle are nothing more than cosmetic damage.
“While they can damage paint or cause rust, the metal panel underneath is undamaged and can be bent back into shape. However, some dents can cause structural damage and need to replace the board.
“Large dents can alter the vehicle’s aerodynamics and affect gas mileage or alter handling.
“Structural dents in the door can prevent the door from closing correctly or damage the window motor and other components in the door.
“Structural dents are also cause for concern because they weaken your bodywork.
“Deformed plates cannot effectively absorb and distribute shocks and are more likely to be hit during impact.”
And the longer the dent is left – the more expensive the repair, as well as the lower the resale value of the car.
Based on BeaCara small crack can be fixed easily with superglue, scissors, cotton swabs, paper towels and isopropyl.
The website recommends soaking a paper towel with alcohol and gently rubbing it around the crack to remove impurities.
Drivers should then dip a cotton ball in super-adhesive water and apply the adhesive to the damaged area, using a paper towel to wipe off excess.
Skip one Cracks on your windshield could land you heavy fines if you don’t arrange it.
Any crack that obscures your view carries the risk of getting you penalized.
A small crack in your windshield could land you a £50 fixed penalty notice if you roll over.
And if you leave the chip wider than 40mm – or 10mm if it’s within sight of the driver – you could be fined up to £2,500 and even three points on your driver’s license.
Plus, if you leave it on for too long, the crack will get worse and can even cause the entire windshield to break – especially in colder weather.
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