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Cleaning The Interior Of Your Car - Upholstery Cleaning
26Sep 2014
Cleaning The Interior Of Your Car - Upholstery CleaningMany of us use our cars every single day, and whether you’re taking the kids to school, commuting to work or even just picking up your weekly shopping it’s easy for the interior of your car to get dirty, grimy and stained. If you want to thoroughly clean the interior of your car then here are some tips to get you started.1)    Invest in the right equipment.If you’re serious about keeping your car clean then there are certain steps that you’re going to need to take. Try investing in a portable vacuum cleaner that can make quick work of your car interior. Using a large vacuum can take up a lot of your time and effort, but a portable one can even be stored in the boot of your car for those little emergencies! You might also want to consider investing in a steam cleaner to keep your seats and interior upholstery as clean and sanitary as possible.2)    De-cluttering your car.Start your car cleaning with a thorough de-cluttering. Sort through your glove box, check underneath your seats and don’t forget about your boot too! Get rid of anything that doesn’t need to be there and ensure that the items that you’re left with have their own space so that they aren’t cluttering up your vehicle.3)    Cleaning your car mats.Clean your car mats by first flapping them out to remove dust and dirt. Next, vacuum them as thoroughly as possible. If you’re dealing with stains then use a mixture of washing up liquid and warm water to gently dab at your mats until the stains begin to lift. This is a great way to give your car mats a new lease of life!4)    Vacuuming your car.Take your car mats out of your vehicle before vacuuming. Make sure to move your seats so that you can access the entirety of your car. A handheld vacuum is small enough to get into all the nooks and crannies of your car or van, but you can still do a thorough job with a large vacuum cleaner as long as you have a thin enough attachment or nozzle! Pay extra attention to the areas that see a lot of traffic, and don’t forget to vacuum your upholstery to remove crumbs and dirt as well!5)    Keeping your car clean.Pets, kids, food and more can all make your car dirty, but there are ways to prevent this from happening. If you or your family often eat in your car then try banning this to see how much of a difference it makes. If you travel with pets then purchase a sheet or mat that they can use to prevent paw prints and muck from reaching your seats. It’s a good idea to get into the habit of cleaning up mess and clutter as it appears, as this will mean that you won’t have to do a deep clean as often!


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