There is nothing worse than heading out to your car in the morning and noticing damage that wasn’t there the day before. It could be a dent, scrape, or scratch—whatever the case, it can ruin your day entirely, especially if you take great measures to care for your car. Our cars protect us from the outer world when we travel, so it can feel frustrating when we can’t do the same for our cars. However, there are many ways to protect your car. Here are three hacks you can use with pool noodles.
Make a Pool Noodle Bumper
If you have kids, you likely have noticed that they will open car doors without considering the space available. As such, this can result in many scratches on your door from constant banging against your garage wall. Creating a bumper is one of the best hacks to protect your car with pool noodles. To do this, simply cut foam noodles in half and adhere them to your wall with good-quality duct tape.
Protect the Roof From Scratches
Many of us utilize the roof of our cars to transfer materials that cannot fit within the confines of our vehicles. However, making use of the roof can result in scratches we don’t notice until it’s too late. Thankfully, it is quite easy to avoid these scratches by attaching foam noodles to the railing. Vibrant colors likely pop into your mind when you think of foam noodles, and the thought of these colors might leave you wary as you don’t want these hues to draw attention to your roof.
The good news is that we are here to help. At Honor Trading Company, we have black foam noodles that will completely blend in with the roof of your car. Now you won’t have to worry about scratches or dents. Our foam noodles will keep your car safe, secure, and looking good.
Keep the Trunk Safe
Often, we may not give much thought to the space above our heads when opening our trunk. As such, this can result in our trunk constantly bumping into the roof of our garage. The best way to avoid these issues is to use pool noodles—it is amazing to think about all the things you can do with these foam beauties. Mark the area that your trunk tends to hit. Once you have done that, you know where to tape your foam noodle.