How to Super Clean Your Car

How to Super Clean Your Car

There is much more to washing and waxing when it comes to cleaning and protecting your vehicle’s paint. With Spring arriving, it’s time to clean off all that accumulated winter muck and give your car a thorough clean.

If you care about your car’s exterior, you’ll avoid those quickie car washes with the big brushes that can do more harm than good and do a DIY car wash that will achieve the best results.

Here are the best videos on how to Super Clean each part of your car.

1. How to Super Clean Your Car

Time to Do: 30-45 minutes
Savings: $100 – $150

Learn How to wash your car properly. In this video ChrisFix goes over everything you need to know to Super Clean your car and make the paint go from old, dirty, and dull, to clean, glossy and bright!


Tip: Make sure to let the car surface soak well when cleaning to get rid of the most stubborn dirt and stains.

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2. How to Super Clean Your Engine Bay

Time to Do: 1 hour
Savings: $125

Learn how to Super Clean your engine bay so that it is so clean, you can eat off of it! I show you how to clean and detail the engine bay in a simple 5 step process that will NOT damage your engine or electrics!

Tip: In case you are short of cleaning products a mix of baking soda, water and vinegar can really help you de-grease cheap and fast.

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3. How to Super Clean your Windshield

Time to Do: 20 minutes
Savings: $40

Learn to Clean the Inside of Your Windshield. I show you the 3 step method to clean the inside of your windshield so there is no streaking and it removes the oily film. This is the easiest and fastest method to get a truly streak-free windshield.

Tip: To keep the cabin air clean and dry keep a fabric bag full of activated charcoal inside your car. It will filter and keep the air clean of contaminants.

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4. How to Super Clean Headlights

Time to Do: 15 minutes
Savings: $75 – $125

Using toothpaste for headlight restoration. Learn how to clean headlights with toothpaste and restore yellow headlights so they are clear again. Headlight lens restoration using regular toothpaste actually works. It doesn’t take much effort, and you can get great results. Watch to see how to get your ugly headlights clear again!


Tip: After cleaning your headlights, coat them with Ceramic Coating for them to look brand new 3+ years.

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5. How to SuperFix Nasty Leather Seats

Time to Do: 5 minutes
Savings: $100 – $300

Using cheap ingredients bring back the old shine and look to your leather seats. The cracks are filled in and the seats almost magically restore. This can be done on any leather seat no matter how bad it’s cracked up.

Tip: After restoration make sure you maintain your seats with leather conditioner every few months and your leather seats can last forever.

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6. How to Super Clean the Nastiest Carpets

Time to Do: 30 – 45 minutes
Savings: $100

A secret DIY mix for cleaning the dirtiest car carpets is revealed. Just soak the carpets, follow the instruction on how to make a simple extractor and voila your carpets will be looking brand new no matter how dirty they were.

Tip: Cleaning car carpets is best done on a warm sunny day to make sure the interior completely dries out quickly.

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7. How to Super Clean your Upholstery

Time to Do: 20 minutes
Savings: $75

Learn how to remove Human Slime from the interior of your car with steam cleaning. We show you how to restore the original look of the factory seats and interior using an intergalactic steam cleaning robot from out of space.

Tip: Use the steam lance to remove dirt and debris in hard to reach areas where your vacuum won’t reach. Try it between the seats, in the cup holders, vents and central console.

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If you enjoyed this article, then you’ll love AvalonKing’s automotive care products for Do-It-Yourselfers. We create “No B.S products” for an affordable price. And the best part, we treat our customers like family, so if you have any questions or just looking to chat about cars, we’re only an email or call away. Check out our homepage here.

Eric Williams

Eric is the Product Specialist at AvalonKing. He's also known as the Ceramic Coating whisperer in our office hallways. When he's not buffing away on his ol' Shelby Cobra, he enjoys watching Sunday sports and spending time with his family.

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  1. Upholstery cleaning is really hard! I usually take my vehicle for professional wash when I had to get them cleaned. I think pros to a really great job!

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