Indian summers can be brutal and people often adopt innovative techniques to beat the heat as seen in this latest video.
In a bizarre incident, a man is seen spraying powder on the seat of his Bajaj Pulsar to beat the summer heat. As we reach mid-April, the temperatures in most parts of the country begin rising rapidly. India is mostly a hot country with temperatures even reaching as high as around 50 degrees Celsius in peak summers in some regions. In such scenarios, ensuring that your automobiles remain cool becomes critical, particularly if parked outside.
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Man Sprays Powder on Bajaj Pulsar
The video has been uploaded by naughtyworld_ on Instagram. It features a Bajaj Pulsar owner devising innovative techniques to beat the summer heat. As we all know, the seat of a motorcycle could get extremely hot if parked in direct sunlight. In fact, it becomes almost impossible to sit on it. But this man has come up with a weird solution. It is more for entertainment purposes than an actual solution. He uses Navratna Cool Oil, Head & Shoulders Shampoo, Dermi Cool Powder and a bunch of such cosmetic items.
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He is seen spraying them onto the seat indicating just how hot the seat is. Supposedly, these are all the things that people use to cool themselves down during the season of the scorching sun. After applying all these items on the seat at once, the rider drives the motorcycle on the road indicating that he feels relaxed.
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While we understand that this is meant for comedic purposes, there are ways with which one could ensure that the summer heat is taken care of. Firstly, you could try to park your car or two-wheeler indoors. But if it is not possible, you could try to park it under the shade of a tree out in the open. Then you could also cover it using the body cover to keep the components relatively cooler. Parking under direct sunlight could be damaging to the paint for prolonged periods of time.
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