Maybe it’s been a long summer. Perhaps you have gone on vacation, ferried the kids to soccer camp, or been through a few camping trips. In any case, you might have some cleaning to do now that the little ones are back in school. Cleaning out your car in preparation for fall and winter can be a major undertaking, so here are some major points you should hit.
Wash Your Car
This might be an obvious tip, but when cleaning your car always start off with a sparkling exterior. Make sure to get the undercarriage of your vehicle, too, and do your windows last – soapy water drips down and gets windows dirty again!
Separate “Toss” and “Keep” Piles
If you have a lot of junk in your vehicle, bring out a box and a trash bag. Put all the garbage you don’t want, like fast food wrappers, in the trash bag, and put the things you want to keep in the box.
Scrub the Floors
It’s a good idea to scrub the carpeted floors of your vehicle so that you get out any stains or dirt stuck in the corners.
Finish up your floors by running the vacuum and sucking up any crumbs. Don’t forget the trunk!
Cleaning out your car can be intimidating at first, but if you take it step by step, the cleaning process gets much easier.
Looking for local Halloween activities for you and your loved ones? Here are a few suggestions.
Great Pumpkin Nights
Families in Central Massachusetts love this fun festival, entering its 14th year! This all-ages event features over 3,000 carved pumpkins and a vintage passenger train ride.
Zoo Boo Days
If you’re looking for something tamer, this event at the zoo is great, wholesome Halloween fun. And as an added bonus, kids aged 3-12 who come in costume get in free at Southwick’s Zoo!
Six Flags New England is sure to thrill you with more than just its amusement park rides this fall season when it rolls out Frightfest. Exclusive Halloween-themed activities and costumed monsters and ghosts await you at this event.
Factory of Terror
Known as New England’s top haunted house, Factory of Terror is sure to scare a few screams out of you. Located in Worcester, with sister locations in Fall River and West Warwick, RI, the Worcester location features five different haunted attractions to make you scream.
13 Nights of Jiminy
This one is not for the faint of heart. In fact, no little ones under 10 are allowed! Head to Jiminy Peak Mountain Resort to explore the depths of the mountain’s haunted peaks, where villagers once lived in fear of creatures in the woods and deadly diseases.
Check out these local Halloween activities for a great time this October. We at Steve Lewis Subaru can’t wait for the fall fun!