The car interior includes the interior parts of your car. Cleaning the interior of your car can be straightforward and actually cheap. Having all your materials needed ready and keeping your car look new again can increase its resale value. If you need to change your car interior, you need to know the following:
Have All Cleaning Materials and Tools
Cleaning products are meant for the car surface. It would help if you had a nice vacuum cleaner with handheld attachments and extension hose and chemical cleaning products since these are the most needed items.
You will also need wiping and car polishing materials like a towel and rags for scrubbing to lint-free. Don’t forget your brushes also can be helpful for cleaning dust from harder places to reach like air vent.
Clean the Carpets and Floor Mats
Floor mats and carpets tend to be the dirtiest parts in your car interior. You should remove all the junked food wrappers, coins, papers, and other unwanted objects that have accumulated. It would be best if you slid sits forward and backward to make sure you don’t miss any material.
Floor mats should be removed and shaken vigorously to remove dirt. Various nozzles of different shapes and brush materials can be used to clean areas around the seats and crevices.
Cleaning the Seats
The first thing you see when you get inside a car is the car seat. So this is an essential place to clean. Vinyl, leather, and cloth upholstery are the main used materials to design a car seat, and they all have different ways to be cleaned. The seats and the areas between them should be given a thorough vacuuming to get the dirt off before applying any cleaning compound.
Cleaning Windows and Mirrors
A microfiber cloth and a glass cleaner can do a great job when cleaning windows and mirrors. They are the best when it comes to cleaning glasses. The plastic parts like the gauge covers on the front console should not be cleaned using the materials you use for your glass areas. Instead, use an all-purpose cleaner.
Some window tints are just sheets applied on the window’s surface and can easily be damaged by cleaning products. It would be best to spray the cleaner directly to the windows and mirrors to reduce streaking. Instead, it would help if you spread the cleaner on the cloth then apply it to the windows and mirrors.