A CLEVER hack can help make your motor look £1,000s more expensive in just minutes.
The low-effort and chic results can be achieved by using a £7 can.
Christina Roki regularly posts content about car transformation for her audience of over 3.5 million followers.
The motor influencer specialises in vehicle vinyl wrapping, and shares “car glow up” videos.
In her recent post on TikTok, the car enthusiast has revealed how to elevate your car’s appearance without breaking the bank.
And it is a simple DIY hack which won’t require the help of a professional.
The TikToker uses a £7 spray paint to change the colour of the car’s interior pieces.
By giving the details the same colour and a monotone look, the motor ends up looking more sophisticated.
She paints all the beige pieces black to match the rest of the car.
She also uses suede fabric headliner but if you want to keep it budget-friendly, a similar effect can be achieved with a fabric paint.
The viewers loved the nifty hack, with some calling it a “masterpiece”.
One person wrote: “I did my headlining the exact same, couldn’t be happier.”
Another one added: “what an awesome idea. i need to do this mines wrecked wow i love this.”
“My car is considered the “luxury” line. I can confirm, it’s almost an all black interior,” someone else said.
If you want to change things up in your vehicle, then a £1.5 B&M kids’ craft can transform your car into a Princess ride in just seconds.
Another smart trick to make your motor better involves a £4 B&M gadget that can turn your car from a messy nightmare to a tidy dream in no time.
Drivers are also rushing to get their hands on £15 Amazon product that can upgrade your motor and keep you warm and cosy in winter.
And while you’re warm in your car, the condensation might form on the windows – which is why cleaning gurus are sharing their easy trick to remove damp for just 5p.