It’s the time of the year again when you deck the halls (or your living room) with boughs of holly and a Christmas tree for the holidays. But in keeping with the spirit of the holiday season, should you go as far as decorating your car as well? Why not? Since you spend a whole lot of time in your car, then it could be fitting to spruce it up a bit.
You can go for something as simple as writing a holiday message on your window. There are stores which sell window marking chalk and some even come in colors to match the season (think, red and green). The back door window is a good place to spread your message of holiday cheers and good will.
If you want to make a statement, consider a wreath or an antler on your car’s grill. But make sure that whatever you put on your grill, it has to be secured well to avoid the risk of it coming off while you are driving.
If you think antlers and wreaths should be left in your living room or garage door, then go for window clings. Unlike stickers, window clings don’t leave behind residue that is hard to remove. Plus, they’re easy to put on and remove from your car windows. Just go for window clings that go at the bottom of the window for visibility.
Decorating the interior of your car is also a good option. Something as simple as a Christmas ball hanging from your rear-view mirror can already make your car look and feel festive. But if you want to go the extra mile, you can go for themed or coloured seat covers in red or green. Throw in Christmas themed pillows and you got yourself a car that’s screaming holiday cheers.
Whether you opt for something simple or attention-grabbing, it is important that you thoroughly clean your car before you start decorating. You can clean your car yourself, or spare yourself the trouble by hiring a mobile car wash company. This allows you to easily install clings and adhesives to your car.