How to Clean Car Upholstery
Messes on your car upholstery and carpeting almost always happen while you're driving, so you don't have the chance to clean them up until later. Coffee spills, ice cream drips, dirt, and spots from long-forgotten potato chip grease quickly turn into set-in stains on your car seats.
Plus, upholstery stains are almost inevitable when you're carting kids around. Those mysterious spots linger on the back seats, only to be discovered when you remove their car seat completely, which doesn't happen often.
Even though it is recommended that you treat a stain as soon as it occurs, Simple Green All-Purpose Cleaner. does the hard work for you in removing stains that may have dried into your fabric upholstery.
If you're unsure about how Simple Green will affect a surface, be sure to spot test before cleaning.
- Wet the surface. Wet the upholstery to help the Simple Green penetrate dirt and make it easier to wipe clean.
- Apply full strength Simple Green All-Purpose Cleaner. Spray on and allow the product to soak in for 60 seconds . Work on one seat or area at a time – try not to let the cleaner dry on the surface.
- Scrub if necessary. Scrubbing with a soft bristle brush or non-abrasive scrubbing pad provides agitation that will help to loosen soils and will ensure a thoroughly clean, residue-free surface.
- Rinse with clean water. Rinse by wiping with a damp microfiber pad or non-abrasive cloth.
- Allow to air dry. Do not sit on or use the treated area until it is completely dry.
- Repeat if necessary.
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