The sun is finally shining and that means it's time to spruce up your plot of land with some flowers, or if you're a green thumb, fresh veggies to enjoy all summer long. Of course, to prepare for that, you have to get all the supplies. That means hauling them in your vehicle. It also means a potential mess. But, if you follow these tips from MB Motorsports you'll have a bountiful garden, and a clean car.
One easy way to keep potted plants and supplies from spilling on your vehicle's interior is to use a big plastic storage bin and place the items in that. This way if anything rips or spills, it's in a controlled area that you can easily rinse out. Also, it's great for loading and unloading.
Next, we'd advise using a tarp. Put it down in your vehicle's trunk and when you place soil or other gardening products on top, the potential mess is, once again, limited to an area that can easily be cleaned up and reused.
But, if you want a solution that not only keeps your car free from garden soil and supplies, you can also try WeatherTech floor liners. They can easily be cleaned, and also will protect your ride from muddy or wet shoes, and much more.
Whichever option you choose we hope it keeps your car clean, but more importantly, has you spending more time in the garden. To get more vehicle tips for Tinton Falls and Asbury Park, NJ drivers, be sure to follow the MB Motorsports blog today. You can also browse our selection of used cars which we'd be more than happy to answer any questions about.[INFO] http://blogs.cars.com/kickingtires/2013/04/get-ready-for-spring-planting-without-soiling-car.html