HOW TO DETAIL A CAR
Sometimes procrastination gets the best of us, and the weekend cleaning job on the family car turns into the monthly cleaning job, which might lead to even further delays as life's bigger priorities get in the way. But eventually those spills, buildups of gunk, foul odors and clutter will need to be cleaned.
For family vehicles, car seats and carpeting often have a number of combination stains, which look like a mixture of food grease, body oils, spills and other elements. Cleaning stains is much easier to do before they have time to dry, but it's still possible to remove old stains with a good cleaner.
Your choice of cleaner is critical to the success of your cleaning job, to properly penetrate tough buildup without harming the various plastics, rubber, metals, fabrics and fibers in your vehicle. Simple Green All-Purpose Cleaner is great for this project, because it works on washable surfaces, and doesn't have harsh chemicals that might require gloves or special ventilation.
Simple Green is ideal for homes and garages, and is a go-to for automotive enthusiasts. The solution is free of harsh chemicals, and won't corrode your automotive materials. It doesn't contain caustic or corrosive chemicals that can harm your automotive surfaces, and it's perfect for cleaning interior car surfaces from plastic to upholstery, carpets, metal fixtures and more.
For cleaning the inside of a car, you'll want to dilute your Simple Green with water at a ratio anywhere from 1:2 to 1:4. So that's one part Simple Green to two to four parts water (for example, 1 quart of Simple Green to 2 or 4 quarts water). For the really heavy jobs, you should wet the surface with water and use the full concentrated Simple Green right out of the bottle. Additionally, the odor eliminating power of Simple Green is excellent at taking care of those set-in odors on your seats and carpets.
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