This is a badge bit (BB) that is part of the PEP curriculum. Completing this BB is part of getting the sand badge in Nest.
In this Badge Bit, you will clean the interior of a car. (Note that this BB is part of an 2-part choose your own adventure list BB called the Alice List. You must complete two Badge Bits in the Alice List.)
To complete this BB, the minimum requirements are:
- clean vehicle interior
- PROPER cleaning of windshield
To show you've completed this Badge Bit, you must provide:
- a before picture of the dirty interior of the car
- an action shot of the windshield being cleaned
- an after picture of clean interior of the car
- a description of the cleaners and how they were used
- OR a 2-minute video of you doing this
Cleaned the car today. As everyone probably knows, I have kids, which equals instant mess. The car is 10 years old, too, so there's some age damage that cleaning just won't fix. But, it's a whole lot cleaner now!
Wiping with dry microcloth (I still have some of these laying around, so I figured I'd use them since the video said to)
Wiping with some "green" glass cleaner I'd bought like 8 years ago
Front seat before and after
Back seat before and after
Progress pic of vaccuming with my grandfather's shop vac that he gave us
Okay, so the car wasn't super dirty to begin with (no kids, can you tell?). The biggest thing was vacuuming up dirt and debris, mostly in the back seat. We had transported some plants and some had tipped over on the way. Upon driving, noticed that the windows are still a little streaky, so I think I'll go back over them with a microfiber cloth.
I used an all-purpose cleaner for the regular plastic stuff and around the doors where it's just grimy, a dollar store window/glass cleaner I found under the sink for the windows, and a car protectant cleaner for the leather/leatherette/stuff I wasn't sure about. Also just some good old water and drove over to the gas station to use the vacuum there.