Once the exteriors of your car are done, it is time to focus on the interiors. Does the car need a new seat cover, a music system and air conditioning?
It will definitely do some good to put the Easter songs to tune it with the festive season.
A clumsy and filthy car interiors can only invite devil, spare this look for the Halloween; work on the dirty ambience of the car if it stinks, you can use car fresheners to liven it up with blissful lavender scents.
Latest car scents come in electric diffuser that can fill the air with natural floral aromas. One ought to enjoy driving without feeling sick. And these air fresheners are pretty cool for deodorizing and refreshing your car with your chosen aromas. Creamy vanilla, cool tree, summer breeze and very berry fragrances are just some of them that you can choose from a pack of car fragrances.
At the end of the day, your car will thank you for the lavish treatment. It will not sit in the garage idly maybe laying eggs and it will not breakdown unexpectedly on the Easter day.
Do you decorate your car on festivals like Saint Patrick's Day and Easter?
WriterArtist, Thank you for practical information, pretty pictures and product lines.
In particular, I appreciate the decals and the scarf. My Daini (number two [car]) celebrates Green Earth and St. Patrick's Day every day because he is green! But I like draping the scarf visibly around the head rests or wearing it. We may place decals where they don't disrupt traffic flow by encouraging gawking motorists so they'd fit nicely circling the rear window.
Would you happen to know of an environmentally friendly cleaner for removing decal residue from car finish when they're finished being used?
@Younghopes, Funny isn't it - you can dress your car with lovely vehicle costumes. There are car stickers, magnets, flags and various other accessories.
I never knew that there were costumes available even for your cars, pinned to my easter board