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How To Keep Your Work Truck Cleaner
When it comes to laboring work such as bricklaying, scaffolding or landscape gardening, you’re obviously going to be getting your hands (and other places) dirty pretty much every day. It’s not like the luxurious job of sitting in a warm office answering phones and pencil-pushing while sipping hot, expensive coffee and not worrying about the outside. You’re going to be messy most days and in need of a wash – and with that, your truck probably will, too. It can be a real pain in the backside taking care of a big vehicle like that, especially if it’s not something you’re practiced at. However, if you leave it too long, things will pile up and the state of it overall with decrease massively – then what are you going to do? How are you going to work? If you’re not exactly a motor vehicle maintenance expert, you don’t have to worry too much as it’s not rocket science. Here are a few ideas to help keep the big machine smoother and fresher.
Sounds like an easy and obvious one, right? Yes, it is, but think of how much of a pain it is to even think about when you have just finished work or are on a lunch break – that’s the time to rest! It might be a chore at first, but getting into a routine of emptying stuff out and cleaning the inside and outside could seriously help the thing as well as clear your head.
Get A Professional
If you feel as though you can’t do it by yourself, you could always seek the help of friends, family or work pals to aid you in some capacity. You could also get professionals to clean it all up for you. Much like some do with their cars, you can get the truck valeted. It might be a few bucks, but it could ease your mind if you’re struggling.
Have It Fitted Out
A way of stopping things from being worse than they can potentially be is to prepare in terms of buying the right equipment. You could look for floor mats, cargo liners, and mud flaps online. There are a load of websites online, such as Husky Floor liners, that you can look through to find the necessary stuff. Protecting the insides like this is a good way of halting any further mess or damage.
Be More Mindful
We mentioned this before, but we know that sometimes with the graft at work, you’ll have to get yourself a quite messy some days. But there will be other days where you’ll not have that real need to quite get down and dirty. A simple idea is to be that extra bit careful so that you don’t even have to worry about taking anything nasty into the truck.
Finally, think about parking away from the site or away from any potential mess. Obviously, a lot of the time you’re required to park in the vicinity, but for the lighter days, think about keeping the vehicle as far away from any issues as possible!