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How to Wash Car Seats

How to Wash Car Seats

How to Wash Car Seats: Whether you have fabric or leather seats in your car you are bound to get spots and dirt on them from time to time. Even if there are no visible stains you do need to make moves to clean them just as you do with the upholstered furniture in your home.

Unless you use guarding covers that you can remove and launder on a regular basis, you will find it difficult to wash car seats because you can’t easily remover them before you start. Of course, you can bring the car to specialists in car detailing to get the work done but there are methods of doing the chore on your own and saving money.

Cleaning tips for fabric car seats

Fabric cleaner for car seats is widely obtainable in hardware, auto parts, and home improvement stores. You can purchase this in a spray container. You need to spray on the foam, let it stand for the recommended time, and then wash it off.

  1. Dishwasher detergent is the most widely used product for cleaning car seats. Simply pour a very few drops of the detergent into a bucket of water. It doesn’t have to be soapy because this will be hard to rinse out of the fabric. Use a cloth or a sponge and gently scrub the seats with using a circular motion. When you are satisfied with the cleaning, use clear water to wash the detergent from the seats. Leave the car doors open to let the car seats air dry or turn on the car and use the heater to blow warm air on the seats.
  2. For hard to remove stains, use a scrubbing brush to really get into the fabric and loosen the stain. There are also stain removers available you can use to spray on the stain to make it easier to remove.
  3. Huggies Baby Wipes are great for cleaning stains from car seats. These are best used for small areas of the seat.

Cleaning tips for leather car seats

You may have bought a car with leather seats because you feel that it won’t spot as easily as fabric. Leather spots too, as you will see if you spill coffee, wine, or cola on the seat. The problem with laundry leather car seats is that you could remove some of the finish on the product as well as the spot if you do not take proper care in the process.

A large spot on a leather car seat is more difficult to remove. In this case, you need professional help. There are many products available in the market for cleaning leather you have to make sure that they do not contain any chemicals that do not work well with leather. Always consult an expert to make sure you choose the best way of washing car seats made of leather.

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