It’s like a seat in your car that you and your children use when you’re sick, sweaty, or dirty. You can remove odours from your car’s seats, whether leather, vinyl or cloth. This will also help to give it a fresh, clean look. Use a soft brush to clean the car seats. Next, use the targeted cleaning method.
Follows these tips to make cloth, leather and vinyl car seats look like new
Vinyl Upholstery Car Seats
Make a mixture of four tablespoons baking soda and one litre of water. Dip a sponge or cloth in the mixture. This should be rubbed out to ensure that your sponge or cloth is not soggy. You can wipe down the plastics and seats in your car, and you will see the stains disappear. Vinyl seats can also be cleaned with window/glass cleaner. Spray on the cleaner and wipe clean.
Leather Car Seats
Use Leather Cleansing Wipes to clean your seats. Use a small amount of leather cleaner such as Chemical Guys Leather Cleaner and Conditioner to clean the leather. Follow this with a soft, damp cloth. Use a damp cloth to remove any soap or cleaner. Use a dry cloth to buff the leather. To condition the leather and make it easier to remove stains in the future, apply a protectant. Use as little liquid as you can if the leather seats are perforated.
Cloth Car Seats
Apply an all-purpose cleaner like Car Guys Super Cleaner to any problem areas and allow it to dry. Carpet Cleaning Foam can be used to remove set-in stains. Spray the carpet cleaner on any stains, and then brush it in using a medium-stiff bristle brush. For more severe stains, apply more pressure. To dry the carpet, use an absorbent cloth.