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Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Brighten Your Night Giveaway

Here's one of the more unique giveaways we've held here, with a pair of prizes. The first is an AutoRight Headlight Restoration Kit. The second is a 4 inch Cordless Detailing Polisher. Try your luck and US residents have through 10/13 to enter to win.
Enter the Brighten Your Night Giveaway. Ends 10/13.
Welcome to the

Brighten Your Night Sweepstakes

Organized by Budget Earth

Sponsored by AutoRight

Do you have an older car that you baby and love? While we all try to give our cars that extra TLC, sometimes as they age its hard fixing certain cosmetic issues without a bit of help. Probably the most annoying for those of us who love our cars are yellowed, cloudy headlights, making it clear that our car may have a bit of age. Not only that, but clouded headlights can be significantly less effective, leaving you struggling to see during bad weather. Rather than buy new headlights, make them look like new without a great deal of effort (and at less than half the cost) with AutoRight's Headlight Restoration Kit!

This easy to use kit is revitalizes your headlights by buffing away scratches and oxidized lenses through its polishing and sealing process. Once you have used this kit, your headlights will look as good as new! To learn more about this awesome kid, make sure to read Budget Earth's AutoRight Headlight Restoration Kit Review here!

Would you like to try this awesome kit on your own car? Budget Earth and some of their favorite blogs are excited to be working with AutoRight on this fantastic giveaway! One very lucky winner will win an AutoRight Headlight Restoration Kit and 4 Inch Cordless Detailing Polisher ($99+ value). To learn more, make sure to read all the rules below and then enter through the Rafflecopter!

Brighten Your Night Sweepstakes

  • 1 lucky reader will win an AutoRight Headlight restoration Kit & 4 Inch Cordless Detailing Polisher.
  • Open to US ONLY.
  • Winners will be chosen at random Random.org.
  • Sweepstakes ends October 13th at 11:59pm ET.
  • Winner will be notified via email.
  • Winner will have 48 hours to respond before a new winner is chosen.
  • Budget Earth is not responsible for prize fulfillment.
  • Must be 18 years or older to enter.
  • Only one entrant per household.
  • Void where prohibited.
  • Entering the giveaway form means you agree to terms above.
  • Good Luck!
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11 comments:

  1. My husband prepares my car for the winter by putting on the snow wiper blades, checking the tire's air pressures and filling up the wiper fluid. The only thing I do is put in my rubber floor mats

    abfantom at yahoo dot com

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  2. I live if Florida so there isn't much to do for the car.
    It's the rainy season you have to worry about-making sure the wiper blades aren't rotted and check the tread of the tires.

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  3. We make sure there is enough antifreeze. We also make sure the cars are clean and a blanket and matches in the car.

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  4. I make sure that there is an ice scraper in the glove compartment along with a de-icer spray. I also make sure there are handwarmers and gloves in the car--you can never be more safe than sorry.

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  5. There's not much of a winter where I live! I do check all my fluids and make sure my tires are properly inflated. I also make sure I have extra fluids in the back of my truck in case I need them.

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  6. We live in MN, where winters are pretty harsh. We make sure we have lots of warm clothes, granola bars, water and flashlights in case we get stuck!

    coriwestphal at msn dot com

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  7. My husband does all of the maintenance on our vehicles and makes sure the tire pressure is good, make sure that all fluids including antifreeze are full, an emergency kit is in the trunk and checks windshield wipers.

    jweezie43[at]gmail[dot]com

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  8. We make sure we have an emergency kit in the trunk. And also check our fluid levels. We live in indiana and sometimes have alot of snow, so we carry a shovel

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  9. We check our anti freeze to make sure it is at the right level for winter.

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  10. @womanmanyroles is suspended but I hit the "I follow on Twitter", please remove or discount that entry.

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  11. We do a complete detail inside and out and wax. We also make sure our emergency supply kit is complete and ready to go, including cables, flares, blanket, candle and water.

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