Simple cleaning trick keeps your car smelling fresh – and all you need is a peg

Want your car to smell nice at all times?

Usually when you want the inside of your vehicle to smell reasonable, an air freshener will do the job.

But sometimes buying the scents can be quite damaging for your wallets as they're not always cheap.

Fortunately, you can keep your car smelling fresh at all times with this handy cleaning hack.

Professional cleaners have agreed the best way to keep your car fresh is by using a wooden peg on your air-con vent.

Just add a few drops of your favourite essential oil and it'll be absorbed by the wood.

The cleaner told Mail Online: "This is an awesome idea for a waste-free air-freshener. I love this."

It was pointed out the wooden pegs are quite cheap to buy as well, so the method is quite good for your finances.

Another woman raved on about the hack on Facebook, adding: "Buy cheap wooden pegs.

"Add your favourite essential oils to it (oil will soak into the wood) and clip onto vents.

"Longer lasting smell in your car or home (clip onto AC)."

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But the woman warned against using too much in case the oils drip and ruin your car interior.

Others revealed they soak their pegs in a solution of water and essential oil overnight to get a longer-lasting scent.

One Facebook user said: "I'll clip mine onto my house fan and air-con and on the window in the bathroom."

Another added: "You can make heaps all at once, you just have to keep them in a sealed plastic bag and they are ready to go."

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