It’s easy to get in the habit of picking up after yourself only at home or in your office, but it’s important to pay attention to how you treat the things that are yours everywhere you go. When you’re driving around, your car is yours, and you should take care of it just as much as you take care of your home or office desk. Follow these tips on how to deep clean your car interior and you’ll never have an embarrassing mess in the backseat ever again.
Remove All the Trash
It’s hard to believe that at one point, you didn’t have a messy car. Now, your car is filled with trash, dirty clothes, and more. It’s time for an Indvendig rengøring af bil. Here are some steps you can take so that the next time you need Indvendig rengøring af bil for your car interior, it won’t be so difficult:
- Take out all of the trash from your car
- Grab some cleaning products or use what is available in the house (e.g., vinegar) and cloths/sponges/mop heads/etc
- Wipe down everything inside your car with the products
Vacuum Every Inch
Vacuuming every inch of your car’s interior is the best way to get rid of all those pesky dust bunnies. Use Steamgrønt’s car vacuum on your upholstery, carpeting, floor mats, between the seats and in all the nooks and crannies. For extra dirty spots that need a little more attention or cleaning power, use our powerful deep cleaning solution on stubborn stains before vacuuming them away. You can also use our steamer as you go along for that fresh out of the dry cleaners feel. When you’re done with vacuuming, give everything an extra wipe down with our microfiber towel to make sure it’s nice and clean!
Shampoo the Floors and Upholstery
The first step in deep cleaning your car is shampooing the floors and upholstery. Fill the bucket with warm water, add one cap of steamgrønt (cleaning agent), scrubber brush, cloth towel, and goggles. Apply steamgrønt on the floor mats by using the scrubber brush or cloth towel. Rinse off any excess residue with water. To clean upholstery use soap or a special cleaner like british mr muscle, then rinse off any excess residue with water. Dry all surfaces thoroughly with a dry towel before moving on to other steps.
Wipe Down Surfaces
– Begin by wiping down all surfaces, including the dashboard, seats, steering wheel, windows and mirrors. – Then vacuum up any dirt or debris that has collected on the floor mats. – Give the seats a good scrubbing with soap and water. Finally, take out your car mats and throw them in the washing machine with detergent.
Rotten eggs are one of the most potent odors known to man. So when your car starts smelling like them, you know it’s time for some deep cleaning. To start off, you need an onion, boiling water, and baking soda. Boil up some water on the stove in a pot or pan. Cut up the onion into small pieces and put it in the boiling water. The smell of this will drive away any lingering odors left by rotten eggs or other things that have been spilled in your car over time. When the onions have boiled for about 10 minutes remove them from the pot with a slotted spoon (don’t worry about any that may be stuck on) and place them into a bowl with baking soda.