After a long drive, head lights can turn yellow and look foggy, a good amount of toothpaste can be used to clean the surface of the headlight glass and the original glossy transparent look would return in no time. Though it might not be able to bring out the professional touch, it would save your time, if there is a sudden drive ahead.
CD Cleaners Can Clean Sticky Surfaces
Sometimes the stickers would leave some adamant sticky residues which start collecting dust and create an ugly look on the surface. To wipe them off use some alcohol based thinner like a CD cleaner or nail polish remover with a cloth for glass surfaces but for painted surfaces you need to use a sticker-residue-remover as thinners can damage the paint.
Olive Oil Can Polish Your Dashboard
As dashboard is the most used part of the car interior, it loses its charm too often because of the frequent usage and the sun glare. Some garden variety olive oil can bring back the gloss poured on a clean and soft piece of cloth. Wipe it down through your dashboard and watch how it brings back the shine and gloss to the surface that was originally there when you brought the car home.
Charcoal Kicks Out Bad Odours
A car carrying people for days, months and years along with food items and other objects is most likely to catch some odour. Human body sweat, an old air-con, pulls up together in building up a lot of moisture. A bag of charcoal placed in the car for a couple of days can show its effects in its capacity of removing the moisture and its odours.
All these above tricks are temporary solutions that can patch up for the time being, but a car as classy as Mazda needs a professional hand from somewhere like the Mazda dealership near Seaside
for its maintenance in due time, that it surely deserves.