I added these car magnets recently and have noticed people stopping and staring when I'm in traffic. I can't help but think they might be checking out the inside of my car when I park. Egads!
Thanks to one of my clients, I discovered that one can actually pay to have their car cleaned out! It's called car detailing and now I am a total fan.
Leaving the sun roof open for years deteriorates the stitching on leather seats, hence duct tape.
So it was very rewarding to have someone else vacuum, scrub and shine the interior of my car.
There was also some rags and assorted trash.
Some of what I found, stayed in the car and here is what I kept and where it is stored.
In one side trunk compartment, an air pump, handy for blowing up beach toys.
In other side trunk compartment: A first aid kit. I restocked it: snake bite kit, bee sting antidote, needle - for splinters, water purification tablets, matches, firestarter - because Winter! scissors, tweezers, q-tips, triangle bandages, gauze, adhesive tape, assorted band-aids. Let the adventures begin!
In the trunk compartment: An inverter - handy for plugging in that GPS when the battery charger breaks - it did! Extra lightbulbs and fuses, various tools to make car repairs, a handwarmer because Winter! Instructions for the car rack carrier, the signal mirror for survival situations because Winter!, jumper cables, diesel additive, work gloves, shovel, and a few rags.