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Hyundai “Garbage” Car Cleaned Up to Look Like New After Human Disaster

Not everybody takes care of their cars just the way they deserve, and unfortunately, cases like the one you’re about to read in a couple of seconds are happening way too often.
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Posted on reddit by someone who works in the car detailing business and cleans up vehicles for a living, this Hyundai Accent is the worst thing that could happen to a car besides of a major crash, of course.

All the dirt that you can see here, coupled with the fact that cleaning Hyundais is very often considered something truly difficult due to poor quality materials, transformed the Accent into quite a project that took no less than 7 hours.

This means cleaning up the Hyundai Accent took nearly a full working day, which to be completely honest, isn’t necessarily surprising given how much dirt was inside.

The cookie on the backseat, the stains on the seats, the pet hair, all have been thoroughly cleaned by this fellow who made the Accent look almost like a new car. Sure, there are a few spots where some extra cleaning would be required, but other than that, it’s a fantastic job overall that involved way too many working hours than it should.

For what it’s worth, the redditor says they charged $310 for cleaning the entire car.

Definitely satisfied! You have to take what you can get when your main goal is growth and making an impression. Even then, with my location and market I believe it was a very reasonable price,” they say.

There’s no doubt the owner was impressed too, although it’s probably just a matter of time until the Hyundai ends up looking like this again. The good news is that all these cleaning chemicals do wonders these days, and with the right tools, pretty much anyone can make their cars look like new for the right price.

 
 
 
 
 

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