Car interior cleaning doesn’t have to be a hassle. It’s quite simple when given the right tools. So, here we’ll walk you through several methods so you can get the best clean.
First of all, take everything out of your car and vacuum it out. This will get the bulk out of the way.
Spray on wide surfaces and wipe
This method is ideal for seats, dash, doors, and center console. You want to make sure you have a good interior cleaner that doesn’t have harsh chemicals, such as ammonia or alcohol. If you’re in an enclosed space, like inside your car, inhaling all those lingering fumes isn’t good. And if you spray harsh chemicals on vegan leather in your Tesla, this can dry out those surfaces, making them crack and fade easier overtime. Our interior cleaner is a biodegradable, eco-friendly cleaner that doesn’t harm your surfaces and leaves a clean shine behind.
Spray onto your microfiber and wipe
Spraying your microfiber first is great for cleaning electronics and your instrument cluster. This is also great to use for your steering wheel, because it gives you more control over the substance. If you sprayed it directly onto your steering wheel, it would just go everywhere.
Using a drill brush
These are great for your mats, because you can be a little more tough on these than the rest of your car. Just spray interior cleaner on the mats, and drill away. This will get deep stains out, whether the mats are carpet or rubber. After that, spray them down with water to get all of the interior cleaner out. Finally, hang them up to dry before putting them back in your car.
Using boar hair brushes
There are various types of boar brushes out there and all different sizes to choose from. This style is easy for reaching into tight crevices like door switches, cup holders, and seat creases. You just spray interior cleaner, then brush crumbs and dust out of tight crevices, and wipe away with a microfiber. However, you can use is on ALL surfaces – not just crevices – as it will lift oils and stains really easy.
There’s no better feeling than getting into your clean car! I hope this helped guide you in the right direction on what you need to do to keep your car in good shape.