But how to clean the interior of your car without hurting it? We have the answer right here!
It All Starts with the Vacuum Cleaner
No matter if you recently cleaned your car or it’s been weeks, even months, you still need to take out the vacuum and start from there. Make sure to clean any debris from the interior, and then move on to the next step.
Use Car Care Products for the Interior
It’s time to remove dust and other particles inaccessible to the vacuum. Since the interior of your car represents a collection of different hard surfaces and fabrics, you need to be careful in the cleaning supplies you’ll use to avoid damaging the materials. If you have any car care products recommended for your type of vehicle, feel free to use them, but abstain from using hand sanitizer and bleach wipes!
Sanitizing the Touchable Parts
By now, your vehicle surely looks much cleaner and way more welcoming than it did when you started this exercise. However, to ensure there are no viruses and bacteria just waiting for you to get inside the car, the smart thing to do would be to proceed with sanitizing the interior. Most viruses die when they are in contact with soapy water, so grab a microfiber towel (or a washcloth if you don’t have anything else) and prepare a bucket of soapy water. Squeeze out all of the water before you start rubbing the towel into the touchpoints of your car. These include door handles, steering wheel, cupholders, glove compartment, seatbelts, electronic screens, and other things you normally touch while in your car. Make sure not to leave pools of water, or you might damage the surfaces!