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Why worry about keeping your car tidy? Let me ask you this. Do you:
If you’ve answered “Yes” to one or more of the following questions, then this page is for you! The tips on this page will help you get & keep your car organized.
I’ve always kept my car clean and organized, but that comes from having a father who loved and cared for his car(s) almost as much as he loved and cared for me. He taught me to care for my vehicles. However, not everyone has had that advantage.
In our fast-paced, American society, our cars have become more than just transportation. We tend to work, eat, sleep and, sometimes, even get married in them!
Take pride in your ride!
If you’re tired of your car looking like you live in it or, if you’re tired of things falling out every time you open the door, then use the tips below to help you maintain a tidy ride!
Car Organizer -- How to Information
Car Organizer Step #1 -- Take it Out & Sort It Out
Every organizing project starts with this one simple step. Take everything --- I do mean EVERYTHING --- out of the car.
That includes, trash, receipts, music, DVD’s, food, insurance cards, owner’s manual, maintenance book, auto information kit, baby seats, toys, etc. Check every area: map storage cases, door pockets, glove box, between and under the seats, trunk, and cargo area!
Next, throw away all the trash.
Next, sort the rest of the items into three categories
Car Organizer Step #2 -- Clean It Out & Clean It Up
Now that everything’s out of the car, this is the perfect time to thoroughly clean it. Vacuum the interior, shampoo the carpets, clean or wipe down the seats, clean the interior windows, and rearview mirror. Wash/dry/wax the exterior, polish the chrome, clean the windows, side mirrors and headlights. Use the tips on cleaning and detailing your car if you need help.
Whether you do it yourself or take your car to a professional shop to be detailed, having the car clean, shiny, and smelling great will go a long way to lifting your spirits and giving you incentive to organize your car and keep it that way.
However, if you intend to drive your car somewhere to be detailed, be sure not to leave things that have personal information such as bills showing your address, purses, laptops/phones, etc.
If your car registration/insurance papers are in the car, you might consider taking them with you if your glove box doesn't have a lock. Just remember to put them back in when you get back in the car!
Car Organizer Step #3 -- Evaluate and Make a List
How you organize your car will depend on how you utilize it and what you need in order to keep things organized in the future.
Car Organizer Step #4 -- Determine Your Priorities
& Assign Areas
Once you’ve made your list and determined what you use and what you need, prioritize the list.
Car Organizer Step #5 -- Contain It
The next step is to use the space you have wisely.
Research and then make or purchase what you need to organize each space.
Are you a good handyman or a whiz with a sewing machine? Instead of purchasing items, you might be able to make some of the items you need to help you contain the items you will keep in the vehicle.
Look at the storage space your car provides already such as the glove box, center consoles, door pockets, trunks, cargo nets, compartment storage and/or folding seats, below the floor storage, etc.
Additional tips & guidelines:
Car Organizer Step #6 -- Final Tips
Congratulations on all that hard work! It's well worth it!
Here are some final tips on keeping your vehicle organized:
Now that your car is clean and well organized, enjoy the ride and be safe!
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