DRIVERS have discovered a £3.75 essential from The Range that will banish mold from their cars in winter.
The cold weather can increase mold growth in your engine – but TikToker Michael Rubino revealed the cheap product that prevents mold growth.
In his video, Michael recommends drivers check the air conditioning and heating regularly and use car mats to prevent mold from entering your vehicle.
He said: “Fit your car with waterproof additions such as rubber floor mats and seat covers.”
“Keep the air conditioning and heating system updated and have it checked regularly by a mechanic to ensure it is working properly.
“Avoid eating and drinking while driving as much as possible so you don’t have to deal with spills or crumbs.”
Today, drivers can buy car mats from The range for just £14.99 and can be paid in four installments of £3.75 each.
This will save you the time and stress of dealing with a moldy car this winter.
Other tips Michael recommends to prevent mold from entering include: “Make sure the windows are tightly closed” when you get out of your car to prevent outside moisture from entering.
“Remove the water as quickly as possible. If moisture occurs, wipe it up as quickly as possible,” he adds.
People have praised Michael’s “amazing” TikTok video.
One person said: “So important and no one knows about it.”
If mold gets into your car, drivers can use a combination of white vinegar and hot water or sprinkle baking soda on the moldy areas to remove it.
If you discover mold in your car, it is important to remove it as quickly as possible as it can cause health problems and also permanently damage your vehicle.
If you’re interested in more tricks to keep your engine clean, check out the popular viral cleaning product that can also repair scratches.
Mrs Hinch’s The Pink Stuff paste is known for its ability to clean a wide range of stains and surfaces.
Another driver shared his methods for the easiest way to heat up your car in the morning in winter.
The hack was shared by TikTok star Ceith Griffith in a video that racked up thousands of views.