HOW TO CLEAN CAR SEATS
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Stains on infant seats and fabric car seat covers are almost inevitable when you're carting kids around. Those often-mysterious spots linger on the back seats, only to be discovered when you remove their car seat completely, which - let's face it - doesn't happen often.
Countless online tips insist the best way to clean car seat stains is to do so with home-remedy solutions such as club soda or dish soap. Club soda is a popular option for dissolving liquid spills, but it won't help much when cleaning sticky stains or ground-in, greasy messes. On the other hand, dish soap might not work deep enough into the upholstery fibers to restore car seat fabric to its original color.
Simple Green All-Purpose Cleaner is a cleaner, degreaser, deodorizer, and stain remover that powers out dirt and grime and removes stubborn stains on washable surfaces without discoloring or degrading them. The versatile formula can be used to treat individual stains or in a carpet cleaning machine for deep cleaning.
For further directions on how to clean cloth car seats, click here. To see how to clean your car's interior carpet, click here.
If you're unsure how Simple Green will affect your car seat, be sure to spot test before cleaning. If you aren't sure if Simple Green is compatible with a specific fabric, contact the item's manufacturer for confirmation.
Carpet Cleaning Machine
Do not allow Simple Green solution to dry onto upholstered surfaces. If residues are allowed to dry onto the surface, use vinegar or a hydrogen peroxide and baking soda solution to remove.
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