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How To Clean The Car Upholstery

Whether you’re driving a new car or have been driving the same one for more than five years, taking care of it should always be a priority. From following regular oil change schedules to having the tires rotated when they should, all of these simple maintenance requirements should be treated with utmost importance.

Apart from taking care of the car engine and all the exterior parts, it is also highly important that you carefully look into how you could take good care of your car interior, including the car upholstery.

Here are a few tips to help you keep the car upholstery in tip-top shape.

Tip 1: Remove everything from the car when it is time to clean.

Since you will be spending time to clean up the upholstery from top to bottom, it is best to take out everything that will not help in the cleaning process. Getting rid of all the personal items in the car out of your way will allow you to have more room to move around. The cleaning process will become easier and you can also pinpoint the exact areas where thorough cleaning needs to be done.

Tip 2: Dilute the spills on the upholstery as soon as possible.

Whether you spilled coffee this morning or your baby spilled juice on the way home yesterday, it is important to dilute such spills immediately after they occur. The sooner you are able to attend to these spills, the less likely that you will have to deal with unwanted stains later on. How do you dilute the spills? You simply need to pour a little cool water on it and blot it with a clean towel.

Tip 3: The glass cleaner will be your next best friend.

It may be odd to be told that glass cleaners can help clean up upholstery, because you might think they are made just for glass. However, glass stain cleaners are perfect for cleaning upholstery because they contain enough chemical substance to lift the stains off without leaving the unwanted soap suds.

Tip 4: Use KevianClean Interior Defense to remove stains.

Interior Defense is formulated to keep your interiors clean, especially upholstery. You can use it on various surfaces to remove stains, dirt spots, and other unsightly marks. Simply spray it on the surface and gently rub with a microfiber towel. For best results, you can soak the surface for at least an hour before scrubbing.

With these tips in mind, you don’t have to worry about your car upholstery getting damaged even after years of use.

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