How To Winterize Your Car
Within a few minutes an old beat up, rusted out, El Camino came rumbling into the parking lot. The man behind the counter said, "that's Little Frankie, he's my boy. He'll take you back to your truck and give you a hand changing that belt, if ya need." I thanked the man and proceeded out the door back into that West Texas blast furnace.
When cleaning and polishing your piano, do not use furniture polish. Simply take junkyards near me that sell auto parts and dampen it. Make sure it is wrung out well. If you're not sure where to find a micro fiber cloth, you can find them in the automotive department of your local department store or at the local auto parts store near me. You can also use piano polishes, which can be purchased from your local music store.
Go to your local auto store near me and buy the auto upholstery and carpet cleaner in the can. Tuff Stuff is an excellent choice. Just about all cleaners that come in a can are foaming cleaners. They will make your task a lot easier.
Well, when I said my pickup was a 1976 Chevy, I got the funny little chuckles. What that meant was that all the pickup accessories places around here would have to order the mat as well and delivery was worse than what I expected from the sources I know of. So it was time to look elsewhere.
This type of finish is very shiny and smooth and only really needs to be cleaned a couple of times a year. The recommend method of cleaning this type of pewter is with a very soft cloth and some polish. You can try making your own paste of vinegar, salt and flour. Rub it in circular motions with a soft cloth gently to shine up your pewter. You can also find polishes at your local hardware store or auto parts near me. Look for a polish that contains very fine grit if none at all.
After more or less 5 minutes just about all the oil probably will be drained from the vehicle and you may get going with the reassembly. To start, take a tiny amount of new oil and rub it over the rubber O-ring of the new oil filter. Now install the filter and get it hand-tight. Now screw in the existing oil drain plug or the repair kit, whichever is needed. Be sure the plug is screwed in securely but don't over-tighten it. Now that things are together again, take away the oil drain pan and your tools from underneath the vehicle. The single thing allowed to remain underneath the auto should be the jack stands. Put the floor jack once more under the car and lift it up just enough to clear the jack stands for removal. Now, slowly bring down your car to the ground.