5 Interior Detailing Tips

It is important that every once in a while you give your car a fresh start with a nice deep interior cleaning. Whether there is a slight smell, accumulated dirt, or sticky cup holders, a car’s interior needs a good cleaning every once in a while. Detailing the outside lets the public appreciate your ride, but detailing the inside takes the experience to the next level. If you want a professional interior detail to refresh your car back to the way you got it off the lot, bring the vehicle to us, and we will do that for you. If you don’t have the time, here are some easy tips to let you be confident about having passengers in the car again.  

Leaf Blower 

When’s the last time you gave your car a deep clean? I am talking about more than just removing the trash from the passenger seat. You don’t know? Okay, you are going to want to start by getting rid of all the accumulated dirt inside the car.  Park your car in the driveway and open all the doors up. Take a brush and agitate all the carpets and corners of the car. Now grab a leaf blower and go crazy. All the tough places to reach in the car (where most dirt falls and never seems to go away) will get its well-deserved breath of fresh air. 

Control Your Spray 

Spraying your cleaning product blindly everywhere inside the car can cause you problems. Keep it away from the electronics like the lock and window buttons because they could go haywire and you won’t be able to put your window down anymore. Keep the spray off delicate areas such as perforated leather seats. To control the spray from going everywhere, spray into the hand towel or cloth you are using. This will help you control how much product you are using. 

Start top to Bottom 

Launch the cleaning process from the top down. You don’t want to clean the bottom and then once you start agitating the top, dirt starts falling and landing on your freshly cleaned seats and floor. 

Less Aggressive to More Aggressive 

You know what they say, “better safe than sorry.” Use the least aggressive methods and products first. Save yourself some time, hassle, and money because if the least aggressive methods work, then you are done. If you start off with the heavy duty approaches and products, you could possibly do damage to the interior. 

Removable Cup Holders?

Cup holders are one of the toughest areas of the car to perfect. It is usually the stickiest part of the car considering its purpose is to hold your soda. A lot of people never notice that their cup holders are removable. Not all cup holders are removable. If they are, your job just got a whole lot easier. Pull them out and let them soak in water for an hour. When you wipe them dry, they will be as good as new.

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