Venturecon/Home business opportunitiesWritten by ajaypats
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Then take touchup paint ($1.89) and lightly paint areas you have sanded. Be sure to mask off surrounding areas if you use a spray. Whether you use a spray or small brush, be sure to apply a very thin layer. While paint is drying, take care of rest of exterior.The appearance of old tires can be improved when painted with tire black ($1.89), a special paint that doesn't dry out rubber. There's paint for whitewall section of tire too, cost - $1.95. Another important part of exterior appearance is wheel covers. If any are missing or badly damaged, you can get replacements from local junkyard for between $2 to $5 (fancy ones can cost as much as $10.00). Metal wheels should be cleaned with a magnesium or aluminum cleaner ($2.67) and a stiff brush. All metal parts of car not covered by paint should be cleaned. Metal or chrome cleaner (69 cents) should be used to polish mirrors, side moldings, wheel covers, bumpers, antennas, and all other exterior metal. If there is a lot of rust on bumpers that won't come off with metal cleaner, steel wool will usually take it off, but it may pit bumpers. Finally, all glass and plastic on outside should be cleaned with a glass polish. All lights should be checked and broken lenses and burned out bulbs replaced. If car is more than year old, it should get a thorough cleaning with rubbing compound or similar substance (99 cents). These special cleaners have a very mild abrasive which removes a minute top layer of paint and restores original shine. After rubbing alcohol compound, car should get a good waxing ($1.25). If car is less than a year old a good car cleaner wax which combines cleaning and waxing steps may be used. If car has a vinyl top, it should be cleaned with a vinyl cleaner ($1.35). The interior of car should be good and clean too. The first step is to clean all instruments, dashboard, and other non-fabric parts inside car. Because covers over some of instruments are plastic, strong solvents should be avoided as they could make plastic cloudy. An ideal cleaner for inside, "Car Owning Made Easier" says, is one part of vinegar to 20 parts water. Use a pipe cleaner on hard-to-get-at places like push buttons on radio or heating controls. Fabric upholstery should get a good shampoo ($1.59) and tears should be sewn by using regular sewing supplies. Vinyl should be brightened with vinyl cleaner and leather should be get a saddlesoaping. If either vinyl or leather has nicks in it, shoe polish can often be used to cover them up. The car, including trunk, should get a thorough vacuuming and carpets should be cleaned if they are spotted and dirty. If you have owned car for more than two years, foot pedals may be worn. New brake and clutch rubber pads cost approximately $3 each, while accelerator pedal costs about $8, but they can increase value of car by adding "cream puff" look to inside. Lastly, engine should look good. Cleaning engine can be a simple matter with a special cleaner ($1.59) which removes grease, oil and other dirt that makes your engine look bad!
Ajay Pats is a professional manager.He runs community for home based business entrepreneurs "venturecon/home business opportunities" (url-http://groups.msn.com/venturecon).
How to Start Your Home Business with Tips & Opportunities!Written by Randall Ezell
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