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Add this as a routine every 12,000 miles or annually*, mark it down to do when you renew your car’s licensing. FRAM Fresh Breeze® Cabin Air Filters are the best choice when filtering cabin air. It removes 98% of dust, dirt and allergens with the power of ARM & HAMMER® baking soda. Give your family a clean ride with a new air filter and an organized space.
You don’t need any special tools to complete this task. Just start by emptying your glove compartment box.
Remove the dampener cord or stop arm from the glove box.
Release the glove box by squeezing the sides until the side bumpers pop free. Let the glove box drop to the floor so you can access the cabin air filter cover.
Lift the taps on either side of the faceplate and remove it from the cabin air filter housing. Simply pull out the old filter paying close attention to which way the arrow is pointing on the filter.
Place the new filter inside the housing with the arrow pointing in the same direction as the old one.
Replace the faceplate and reassemble the glove compartment housing.
hanging shoe organizer
grommet punch and grommets for second organizer
Cut your shoe organizer in half.
Place items you need to access easily at the top of the organizer like sippy cups and snacks. Then use the other pockets for storing first aid supplies, tissues, small toys, and coloring supplies.
We are a road-tripping family, but by the end of even a short road trip, the car looks pretty much demolished inside. We could really use some backseat car organizers like this for the kids. Thanks for this tutorial! #client