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Tips and Tricks for Cleaning the Console of Your Car
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While the rest of your vehicle is running smoothly, how does the inside look? You spend enough time in your vehicle to know when it is time for a good clean. Here are a few tips for how you can get the console of your vehicle looking new. Here are a few tips from the experienced team at DJ’s Auto Repair car repair shop in Sherwood, AR.
Check the owner’s manual.
Before you start giving the console of your vehicle a deep clean, it is a good idea to check the owner’s manual. The manufacturer might have special recommendations for cleaners or specific requirements for how to go about detailing the interior of your car.
Use compressed air to clean the areas the vacuum cleaner can’t reach.
Compressed air might be the best kept secret to detailing all the nooks and crannies of your vehicle’s interior. Before you vacuum, blow air into those hard-to-reach areas, like between the seat and the seat belt buckle.
When you vacuum the upholstery and carpet, you will also vacuum up the dirt that was trapped.
Vacuum as you dust.
Cleaning the interior of your vehicle will require lots of dusting. You’ll be surprised how much dust can accumulate on your dash and in your vents. As you brush loose these dust particles, have the vacuum close by to collect them. Otherwise they will just find a place elsewhere in your vehicle.
A microfiber towel is your best cleaning tool.
The plastic, leather, and vinyl on the interior of your car might have special films protecting them. You don’t want to use a cleaning solution that is too harsh or a brush that is too stiff, removing its protection and causing the materials to age faster.
A microfiber towel will allow you to clean tough dirt without much elbow grease. It will also be gentle enough to protect the surfaces of your vehicle.
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