Almost all of the Hondas that we sell at Brighton Honda have plenty of room in them for tents, sleeping bags, and coolers. This summer, take advantage of your spacious vehicle and the beautiful weather; find a camping ground near you and use these camping tips for the perfect weekend in nature.
Save your dryer lint
You may be thinking: Um, what? But dryer lint is actually a must-have when camping, as it’s the perfect fire starter. So while your neighbors are sifting through wet leaves for kindling, you’ll be set with your baggie of dryer lint.
Bring comfortable folding chairs
In the hustle to pack gear for sleeping and cooking, one can easily forget to pack gear for sitting. Remember to bring some folding chairs so that when the fire is roaring, you’ll have a nice place to relax.
Don’t forget plastic bags
It seems like no matter how many grocery bags, Ziploc bags, and other containers one brings, there’s always a use for each. Whether you use it to collect trash, store a muddy pair of shoes, or wrap up your leftover dinner, you’ll be happy to have these useful objects at your campsite.
Bring hand cleaner
Many campsites have bathrooms and some include hand washing stations. But it’s always nice to have hand sanitizer or soap handy when you’re feeling grimy in a pinch. When you’re packing for your camping trip, think ahead of all the things you might want—like hand sanitizer—and make a list that you can save for your next trip, too.
If you’re looking for a new or used car to stuff all that camping gear into, just let us know at Brighton Honda and we’ll find you the vehicle to make your summer even better.
If you recently purchased a new Honda from Brighton Honda, you no doubt want to take good care of it. Taking care of your car is just as important on the outside as it is underneath the hood. To protect your car from paint damage, rust, and corrosion, you should wax your vehicle every three to six months. Not only does a good polish protect your car, but it makes it look pretty darn good, too.
Step 1 – Gather Supplies
You’ll need an orbital buffer—easily obtainable online for as low as $30—buffing pads, buffing compound, as well as a kit with polish, wax, and microfiber cloths.
Step 2 – Buff
Look over your vehicle’s exterior for areas with scratches or obvious damage. Smooth plenty of buffing compound over these areas, spreading it evenly with the buffing pad. Then, turn on your buffer and work over these areas in circular motions
Step 3 – Wax
Place a new buffer pad on your buffer and apply the wax by gently pulsing your buffer, rather than leaving it on. Leaving your buffer on as you did with buffing may cause the wax to cake on unevenly. Complete one section of your car at a time, and then remove the wax using circular motions with a microfiber cloth. Repeat this on one section of your vehicle at a time until you’ve achieved a new, polished look all over your car.
If you have any other questions on how to take care of your vehicle, just contact us at Brighton Honda!