There’s nothing worse than a car that’s too dirty. But what’s even worse is when you shell out the money to have it professionally cleaned, only for a rainstorm to make a surprise appearance or a bird to decide to leave you a gift, a few days later.
In an effort to help you save money, we’ve rounded up the best car cleaning products so you can get the job done in your spare time (and for a lot less money).
Whether you’re looking for an all-in-one set, just need a few outdoor essentials, or want to go beyond – giving your baby cute details, our product list includes a variety that can do everything.
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This 14-piece Chemical Guys kit includes all of your car wash essentials. It includes wax, snow foam, wheel gel, glass cleaner, trim bucket, dust trap, foam gun, towels and more.
This nifty anti-dust cleaning gel is perfect for cleaning the nooks and crannies of your car. It’s great for hard-to-clean places like air vents, steering wheels, console panel, storage bins, cup holders, door handles and dashboards to pick up dirt.
If your leather seats need a deep cleaning but you plan to ruin the material, consider trying these popular wipes.
You won’t regret buying a handy car vacuum cleaner when you get dirty on car wash day.
Say goodbye to fingerprints! The Chemical Guys Interior Quick Detailer Spray cleans, conditions and protects interiors and leaves nothing but a soft baby powder scent. It is safe for plastic, vinyl, leather, glass, etc., making it perfect for LCD navigation screens, steering wheels and seats.
If you’re already kitted out with all the soaps and sprays, buy these microfiber towels in bulk. This set of 12, made by Chemical Guys is on sale for $30.
This drill brush accessory set comes with over 20 different options to ensure your car’s exterior is in top condition.
For those who want to go above and beyond, this Automotive Detailing Brush Set is the perfect buy. It comes with nearly a dozen different tools to get your car as clean as possible.
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