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This is how it’s done.
Fill a bowl or pot with warm water. Add a teaspoon of liquid dishwashing liquid and a few drops of water vinegar. Mix thoroughly.
First, dip one microfiber cloth in the cleaning solution and then wring it out.
Next, wipe the wet cloth over the interior surface of the window to thoroughly wash it. For hard-to-reach corners, use a coat hanger or straight-edge (such as a ruler) to help push the cloth into them.
Finally, wipe the windshield dry with the other cloth.
Newspaper may be used instead of microfiber cloths. While newspapers don’t leave streaks on interior windshields, they could leave ink residue on your hands.
Other cleaning solutions include commercial window cleaners, such as Windex, or rubbing alcohol.
Some interior windshields may develop a thin film, caused by emissions from plastic dashboards. These cleaning methods will remove the residue.
Be sure to clean the dashboard and the exterior windshield at the same time for best results.
Walmart is having it’s FIRST ANNUAL CAR SHOW! Check out some of these awesome cars that they will have on display!
This woman stood next to a car then bent her body back. She continued to get lower and lower as she did the limbo under a car. She made it all the way under and did a celebratory dance when finished.
No matter how hard we try, we have tough time of remembering greater happiness than the one when your old man brings you a nice Hot Wheels car! Have you been to your attic lately? How about your basement? Who knows, there might be dozen of Hot Wheels beasts waiting for you! Such is the case with this 1968 Camaro restoration. YouTuber that goes by the name of barametalHW tries to restore his old Hot Wheels Camaro which is covered in dust and started to rust big time! However, some parts of it are still in great shape.
The impressive side of all this is the after effect these restored cars have! This is not his first project, but if we judge him by it – we might as well call this man the Hot Wheels Restoration Master! Anyway, the 1968 Camaro restoration process starts by removing all the rust as well as oxidation. Right after that, it is time for some polishing as the Chevy shines like it was just brought from the store! Some other parts, like the hood for example, have the problem that they are broken. An issue far bigger than rust, so greater craftsmanship comes to rescue.
Check out the restoration of this Hot Wheels 1968 Custom Camaro! This guy is Hot Wheels Restoration Master :)
Insane MINI COOPER Fitted With A Helicopter Jet ENGINE With 420HP & 400 ft-lb Torque!
An all wheel drive Mini Cooper S with a Helicopter engine! It must be hot inside that car. :)
Would you dare to drive this thing?
Any professional who knows what to do when a car is sinking will say the same thing: get out before the car sinks. This may seem scary, but what’s more is that the window of opportunity lasts less for less than a minute, with only 30-40 seconds of optimal time to make it out using this method.
Approximately 400 people in North America alone die in sinking cars each year, and many of these people are victims during the season of flash floods. That’s why it’s so important for people to know exactly what they should do if they ever find themselves in this situation.
The basic steps are as follows: take off your seatbelt, roll down the window you are closest to, and slide your way out and into the water. This may seem easy, but even the professional divers who were employed to demonstrate the method found the task more difficult than they anticipated.
One of the divers said, “It was very intimidating. The car went down quicker than I thought it would. I had a real inflow of water that I had to work against to get out, but it can be done.”
As another diver points out, all 4 divers were able to get out in 20 seconds because they knew exactly what to do. For most, this isn’t the case, and that’s why more people need to be informed about what to do. The instructional video also covers how to handle the situation if there are children in the car.
One more important thing that drivers should know is not to waste time with calling 911 while you’re still in the car. There are just a matter of seconds between when you hit the water and when the car sinks, and it’s crucial to escape the car during this time.
Don’t have a spare tire for your car… take it from your bicycle.
Shows how a bicycle wheel can be built strong enough to support a car. Bill Mould partnered with Bryan Higgins, a high school senior, to build and install a bicycle wheel on a car, put the full weight of the car on the wheel, and then drive the car.