Make the Child Wash the Car

Children are bored. The kids are hot. The car is dirty. I think we all know what to do.

If you haven’t already insisted that the kids go outside and wash the car, you are missing out on a trick that is usually very good in the summer, but is especially relevant now.

Let me put this to you:

1. You think washing your car is boring and boring. You don’t see anything magical about soapy sponges and water hoses. They make.

2. They want to get wet, but the public pools are closed or overcrowded, and the small backyard pools have long been sold out almost everywhere. Is washing a car a way to get wet? This. Slip them on bathing clothes and water shoes and let them get as dirty as they would like.

3. In the process, you get a clean car. Or (more likely scenario) you end up with a semi-clean car in the process. You’re not going anywhere anyway, so now it’s not the main thing to impress people with your perfectly sparkling car; The thing is, you just killed 20 minutes of a hot day.

(Warning: you should use a special car wash that is mild and designed for use with car paint. There are several recommendations on the internet for washing your car with a mixture of dishwashing detergent and warm water as a last resort, but it can be harmful. , children will not take good care of your trip; do not give them sponges or scouring pads that are too abrasive – natural sponges or microfiber gloves are best.)

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