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The Importance of Carpet

A car’s carpeting is one of its most important cleaning points. Your vehicle protects you from the elements, but it can also be a prime source of filth and grime. Whether you’re keeping your current ride looking its best to preserve resale value or preparing a used car for sale, there are a few reasons why it’s important to keep your car’s carpet clean:

  • Dirt: Carpeting absorbs most of the dirt that enters a vehicle, making it an excellent filter. However, when dirt builds up in the carpet fibers it becomes harder for the carpets to perform their filtering duty, which means more dirt gets into your ventilation system and creates dust build-up elsewhere in your interior.
  • Spills: Carpeting is porous, which means that spills can seep deep into the carpet fibers and be difficult to remove without specialized cleaning agents. When spilled liquids evaporate on other car surfaces, they often leave behind stains as well as unpleasant odors.
  • Odors: If smoke is allowed to permeate your car’s carpeting—whether from cigarettes or burning food—the damage will be nearly impossible to reverse unless you replace all of your vehicle’s floor mats and carpeting.

Cleaning a Light Tan Carpet

Dirt and grit, as well as candies and crumbs, can be swept up using a vacuum cleaner with attachments. For more stubborn stains, you can use a stiff brush to remove the dirt before vacuuming.

Depending on the type of carpet you have (such as woolen fiber or synthetic fiber), there are different solutions for cleaning it. Carpet cleaners can often be mixed with water and applied to the carpet with a sponge. Dab at any stains you see with a cloth, and make sure to rinse your sponge every now and then so that it doesn’t get too dirty.

Once you’re done cleaning your carpet, use an old towel to dry the area where water was applied—you don’t want your carpet to get moldy!

Cleaning a Dark Colored Carpet

  • Use a steam cleaner once a week to thoroughly clean your carpet.
  • Vacuum weekly to keep flooring free of loose dirt, dust, and lint.
  • Apply a carpet cleaning solution with a spray bottle when you steam clean your carpet. This is optional but will give your carpet an extra boost of cleanliness and freshness.
  • Remove stains with a stain remover, scrub brush, spray bottle, or hand-held carpet cleaner as soon as they happen.

Different Types of Leather and Best Ways to Clean Them

There are three main types of leather: full grain, top grain, and split. Each type has a unique quality of its own which is the reason why the best way to clean them varies from each other. Full grain leather is known for its strength and durability. It is one of the toughest leathers available on the market and can be cleaned with a damp cloth or some sort of gentle cleaning solution. Top grain leather is also durable and strong but not as tough as full grain. As such, you should use a soft bristled brush to scrub off stains followed by cleaning solution to restore its shine. Split leather, on the other hand, is more supple than its counterparts which makes it softer to touch but more prone to damage that causes watermarks. To clean split leather, you should use a moisturizing solution or conditioner rather than an abrasive cleaner as this will prevent your furniture from cracking or peeling off over time

Cleaning the Dashboard and Windows

  • Spray a small amount of cleaner on the surface to be cleaned—enough to make the cloth damp but not dripping or saturated.
  • Wipe the dashboard and windows with a soft cloth, using a circular motion rather than wiping back and forth. This will remove any dirt without scratching or damaging the surface.

Best Way to Get Rid of Cigarette Smoke Smell

I’m a smoker, so I’ve always wondered what I could do about the smell. Many people recommend vacuuming and/or washing the carpet to get rid of cigarette smoke, but I didn’t want to risk ruining my carpets. In fact, since smoking is such a big part of my life and it’s gross, I decided that staying away from cleaning chemicals was a smart choice. Instead of using fragrance-saturated air fresheners or perfumes with harsh chemicals like bleach or ammonia, we opened our windows to let fresh air in and we used baking soda as a deodorizer. Yes! It’s worked beautifully. It’s not only made the smell go away (it’s gone!), but it also killed any lingering cigarette smell by absorbing any remaining odors in our carpeting and furniture. I’m happy to report that this has kept our home smelling nice through many months of continuous use, while using inexpensive products that weren’t harmful to people or pets.

Keeping the inside of your car clean is easier than you think!

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