It may come as a surprise, but not all the tools mechanics use to fix cars come from the tool truck. Often both professional mechanics and DIYer have to be resourceful to fix cars. Today we look at 5 MORE odd things that mechanics use to fix cars. This video is a follow up I did to a video a few years ago. One of the cool things about that video is the comments. There were some great suggestions made. A few that I have adopted as well. I highly recommend you spend a few minutes and check them out. You can see the video and comments at “5 Odd Things Mechanics Use To Fix Cars

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  1. Jonathan Freeman
    Jonathan Freeman says:

    Hey Charles,

    Great video – I’ve watched every single video you have made so far. Super job!
    Anyway, I have a tip to share- not much but might help someone.

    Take and save your old dryer sheets from the laundry. Use them as a soft scrub towel when washing up in the shop or even in a junkyard. Or for anytime you need a small disposable but strong mini wipe or scrubber.


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