10 Steps to a Cleaner Car Interior.

1. Vacuum up the dust as you brush it off, so it doesn’t immediately settle somewhere else in the car.enhanced-buzz-20322-1436972138-7.jpg

2. Remove and replace your cabin’s air filter to get rid of stinky smells.

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3. Use a Magic Eraser to scrub gross sticky things off of vinyl and leather.

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4. If dirt has embedded itself in the textures of your vinyl, some detail scrubbing with a toothbrush may be necessary.

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5. Use olive oil to condition and polish the leather on your dashboard.

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6. Banish animal hair from your upholstery with a spray bottle of water and a squeegee.

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7. Use paper and an iron to remove melted wax (like crayons) from your upholstery.

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8. Shampoo the seats in your car with diluted all-purpose cleaner, a sponge or scrub brush, and washcloths.

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9. Spray your dirty floor mats with stain remover and throw them in the washing machine.

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10. When everything’s fresh and clean, keep it smelling that way with a baking soda air freshener. *For extra freshness place dryer sheets in the vents for a full day!

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