While most of us think of there being only one holiday season each year, there are really many more. From the Canada Day long weekend to Halloween (which actually isn't a holiday, but it feels like one to all the children who head out for trick and treating) there are lots of seasonal celebrations that we all use as an excuse to decorate our homes and offices.
But what about your car? You may have noticed antlers on side windows and fake Santa's caught in the trunk of an increasing number of vehicles during recent holiday seasons. People spend a lot of time in their cars and the all the decorating is a sign that they want to put the holiday spirit into more aspects of their lives.
And if you decide you want to join them, you'll be surprised at the number of options you have for decorating your car detailing mississauga for festive seasons all year long.
Starting with simply adding a flag for Canada Day to your car's aerial or window, up to decorating your car with seasonal lights in winter, the extent to which you deck out your car is limited only by your imagination. But before you do, remember, safety comes first and you must make sure you can see out of all your windows and that none of your decorations interfere with the safe operation of your car or pose a risk to anyone.
Many people like to add a wreath to their car's grill at Christmas time, but you need to make sure it is properly secured so it doesn't come off while driving.
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If you want to get more creative, you can use window marking chalk to create your own designs and messages in a wide variety of colours to suite the occasion.
To take it a step further, why not add holiday-themed window clings for a more professional look. You can keep them on for as long as you like and they come off easily without leaving a gummy residue.
Inside your car, you can add holiday decorations to your rear-view mirror (as long as theydon't block your view or distract your driving), coloured seat covers and/or stuffed animals dressed in holiday themes.