The flu virus in your car?


According to a study done by the Harvard Health Watch, an average American spends 101 minutes per day driving. This brings and accumulates mounds of bacteria and germs that we bring in from all aspects of life, school,kids,work and the ground were we walk. All this gets trapped in every inch of our vehicle creating the perfect way for it to grow and get us sick.


Keeping your ride rid of germs and bacteria may seem like a challenge to you but it is easier that you would think, keeping food and drinks to a minimum and disposing of trash can prevent undesired smells and mold. Wipes to clean the most used areas such as steering wheel, shifters, blinkers, door handles and radio. a few towels and a good spray bottle with a recommended interior cleaner with no bleach can assist when a spill happens or if kids get ill. Now the most complicated is our feet since we rarely watch were we step but if we dust our feet before entering our vehicle will definitely help also adding rubber mats is helpful.

Finally, replacing your cab Ac filter every 6 months helps in reducing odors and germs while using your AC and Heat


At DDYC we take this seriously and we carry the perfect products and tools that will eliminate germs and bacteria but not harmful to you,kids and or pets.  We use an ionizer treatment that gets in every corner of the interior of our car and its applied after a through interior shampoo/steam and eliminates 99.9% of odors and harmful bacteria/germs. .

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Author: dontdivorceyourcar

Father and Husband Owner and Operator of Dont Divorce Your Car

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