With many tight nooks and crannies that collect dirt and grime, your car interior can often be challenging to clean. Here are some handy cleaning tips to make sure to do it correctly:

Remove the trash

Often, your car interior will be littered with the vestiges of junk like food items and plastic bags. Break out the trash bags and get rid of as much garbage as possible, including those in the car trunk.

Don’t forget to double-check the cracks and underparts of the sittings, where snack wrappers and other trash could be hiding.

Use protective gear for safety

Cleaning out your car supposedly shouldn’t be a hazardous task, yet that’s precisely what it is.

You can inadvertently scratch your hand on a hidden piece of glass when reaching out for obstructed sections like under the car seats.

Eye protection gear and gloves are necessary, as are chemicals such as cleaning wipes and conditioning sprays.

Remove and clean the floor mats

The floor mats are often the filthiest item to deal with when cleaning your car interior. Take out each one, and give them a thorough shake or vacuuming to eliminate caked-on grime before you wash it.

Afterward, instead of placing them on the ground to dry, put them on a drop cloth or tarp.

If you have carpeted mats, use upholstery cleaners. On the other hand, if you have a silicone or rubber mat, wash away the grime with a hose equipped with a mix of warm water and dishwashing liquid. Then, you can air dry it.


Take care while cleaning the seats

Car seats are usually made of cloth, vinyl, or leather. Not all cleaning mediums and methods apply to all car seat types, so you must adjust your cleaning to reflect this.

With leather, the added obstacle of cleaning out embedded grime and dirt has slowly dulled its color.

As a result, you should use an efficient leather-cleaning agent, spraying it and working it generously into the material before letting it dry.

Vinyl is easier to handle, provided that you use the proper cleaning medium and don’t accidentally spray the agent on other sections of the car interior.

With cloth car seats, the cleaning technique is determined by the presence of tough stains and foul odors.


Eliminate grime and dust from the dashboard

To clean this section, use dusters for the open space and cotton swabs for the crevices around knobs and vents. Then, use a slightly damp cloth to wipe off fingerprint marks and grime.

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