I need help getting stains out of my back seat. It had carseats on it for awhile, and the kids didn't tell me that they spilt juice. Would some kind of carpet cleaner work? I'm not sure....HELP ME!!
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How do I get off splatter marks on my plastic turn signal lever and window wiper lever, temperature knobs, hazard button and cruise control buttons on steering wheel. The splatter marks scrap off but not very easy. Is there anything that can be used to get them off.
My son in law spilled kerosene in the trunk of my Park Avenue. The odor is atrocious. Any ideas?
Can anyone tell me how to remove milk/juice stains from a chamoise leather seat (specially if the colour of the chamoise is TAN)?
you can you a high pressure air hose to blow out in between the seats,door cubbies,center councile, and hard to reach places to vac. I also use mr clean dry erasers to get off any marks on the doors,dash,steering wheel,blinker lever,head light switch, or any marks anywhere in the car... 409 orange degreaser also works good for sticky stuff you cant get off or out of cup holders.
Another great tip is to use a small paint brush!! Use in soapy water, shake out some & dive in where ever needs cleaning!! Also great for crown molding, ceiling fans, shower door tracks, sliding window tracks, the list is unlimited!!
Remove anything that shouldn't be in the car or is removeable such as mats and driving accessories. Then, before you visit the store and buy some expensive purpose made cleaner brush off all the loose dirt and try soapy water with a few large damp rough cloths for all interior cleaning, including upholstry. If done regularly this is often enough to remove all dirt and grime. When the surfaces are clean you can spot treat any marks/stains.
Use a Q-tip to clean out the grooves and hard to reach places in your car.
By Erica Greca
To detail the inside of your car yourself after thoroughly cleaning the inside use cotton swabs dipped in rubbing alcohol to give it that finished look around buttons, knobs, and those hard to get little cracks.
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