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Sunday, September 13, 2015

Olive oil instead of Armour All?

Olive oil instead of Armor All?? Most cleaning products are filled with all sorts of crazy chemicals, often touted as the “only way” to clean something. But if you do a little research, a lot of awesome alternatives can come out of the woodwork. One of my favorites is this awesome cleaning secret from our friend. He starts smearing one secret substance all over his leather dashboard – when he’s done, it looks brand new! The secret is simple: olive oil. You probably already have it in your cabinet, so grab some paper towels and the olive oil and start cleaning! Most car dashboards are made of leather or a synthetic alternative – either way, extra-virgin olive oil has all the right properties to moisten, clean and shine away any imperfections leaving your car dash looking mint. So throw away those chemical cleaning solutions and stop breathing in all those toxic fumes – simply head to the kitchen and grab some olive oil next time

12 comments:

  1. Wouldn't the oil on the dashboard go rancid and start to smell, especially in the summer heat?

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  2. Wow! Never considered Olive Oil. Thanks!

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  3. Wow, I've definitely never thought of that. I didn't realize that olive oil was so versatile, or that regular cleaning solutions were so simple. I'll definitely have to try this sometime in the future; I hate the smell of those chemical cleaners. http://www.accuratetrans.ca

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  4. That is pure genius! how did you get the idea, and is it really as effective as a synthetic oil? then again. i would be worried about the smell issue raised in the summer heat also

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  5. thanks for your informations, very good

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  6. You're just trying to trick me into making my interior smell like Italian food, aren't you? ;)

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  7. Never though of this. Going to have to give it a try.

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  9. Yes I use olive oil on my interior as well as my exterior. As a matter of fact, I have some black plastic parts on the exterior which have faded over time and armor all couldn't restore however, olive oil did the trick and those parts look brand brand new!

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  10. Great Article! It is really informative and innovative, keep me posted with new updates. Share also this site.

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  11. lovely ideas on campervan interiors just the inspiration that I needed thank you

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