Here atÂ carsequalcash.com/scrap-my-car-leicester, we know that children in cars are usually a recipe for disaster, especially on long journeys where food and drinks are needed as snacks to keep the kids quiet and occupied. As a result of this the back seats are usually left in quite a state, with bits of food crumpled into the upholstery and random juice stains. Cleaning this used to be an issue before I discovered this brilliant and effective cleaning solution. All of the ingredients can be found at home or in a common supermarket, and it is an easy and inexpensive way to get rid of all the dirt and stains in your car seats while leavingÂ the vehicle smelling fresh and clean.
The first step to creating this cleaning solution is to find a large spray bottle and add one 1/3 of a cup of soda water, one 1/3 of a cup of white vinegar, another 1/3 of a cup of washing up liquid and a few drops of a scented essential oil of your choice (I prefer citrus scents, as they’re fresh and fruity). You need to vigorously shake the solution and ensure that it is mixed thoroughly.
The next step involves spraying the car seats, focusing on the stained areas and leaving the solution to sit for five minutes. After this take a scrubbing brush and brush the seat in a circular motion putting pressure on the darker stains- do this over all the seats methodically. Now, you need to use a steam cleaner on the seats ensuring that you only have water in it, thenÂ leave the seats to dry on their own and you should see a noticeable difference between the before and after of the DIY cleaning process.Â You should also observe a significantÂ improvement inÂ the smell in the car, making it look and smell as good as new.
This is such an easy and quick way to get rid of unwanted stains in your car, and it willÂ work with most types of marks that you will find in your car, including dirt and grass stains. I highly recommend that people try this method out. It can save you a lot of money compared to going and getting your car cleaned professionally, as it is a simple process that uses common household items. If you do not own a steam cleaner you could also tryÂ a wet/dry vacuum instead for the last step; simply suck up the mixture and leave itÂ to further dry.