Easiest Ways to Dry Your Car

Almost all the car washing guide you will read will tell you to dry your car after washing it. However, none will say to you that drying your car is as important as washing your car.

While I don’t have the stats to prove this, I’d just think that there are just as many people who have a problem with their car paint due to too weak drying techniques as there is from a poor washing technique.

Throughout this post, I will tell you the reasons to dry your car after each wash, the useful drying aids, the tools you can use to speed up the drying process, the detailing sprays, and the process of drying your car using microfiber cloths.

Why Dry Your Car?

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How to Setup a Car Camping Kitchen

Whether you’re new to open-flame cooking or you’re a seasoned campsite cook, DIY car camping kitchen can transform your camping experience completely.

Doing a car camping kitchen can be challenging, but it can also be a blast if you’re prepared, and you have all the essential gear.

From a car camping kitchen set up to clean, this post covers the must-have cooking equipment you need for an efficient car camping kitchen. You’ll also find some tips to stay organized, along with a few easy and fun camping recipes.

How to Choose Right Car Camping Kitchen Equipment?

The type of cooking equipment you need will depend on your style of camping.

Are you camping alone, with kids, or a large group? Are you able to park your car near to the campsite? Are you heading to a remote area?

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What to do if a Thief Breaks into your Car

You went to a mall to go shopping. You park your car and you spend a couple of hours at the mall. But imagine the horror if you go back to your car and discover that it has been broken into. Not only that, your valuables and personal belongings are missing!

Even if you take precautions, theft at public places can still happen. If it happens to you, don’t panic, and follow these steps.

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Welcome!

June last year, I bought my first car. It’s a beat up 1998 Mitsubishi Adventure. It’s almost a SUV. Although, it’s called an AUV (Asian Utility Vehicle) probably because it’s like a SUV for Asians. And yes, I have had American passengers who rode with me. So, because of its size and leg room, I understand now why it’s called an AUV.

It’s now more than a year since I bought my car. But right now, I’m taking a keener interest in maintaining my car and tuning it up for performance. Yes, my car is 15 years old. It’s a teenager! But it still performs nicely, and with some tweaks, it can even be at the peak of its form.

In this blog, I intend to share some of the issues I face with my car, some tips and tricks I find, and also some of the things I wish I had.

So stick around. I’ll be building up the site in the next couple of months to help you out, too, whenever I can.