Many people use car seat covers to protect the original seats or spruce up their interiors at a low price. However, vehicle owners still need to regularly clean their car seat covers to keep their car’s interior looking and feeling nice. Fabric traps all sorts of allergens; cleaning up is the only way to prevent this.
Please continue reading our guide to learn how to clean your seat covers for your car deep and what methods work best.
Wipe Down Your Seat Covers Often
the easiest way to prevent a bunch of dirt buildup in your vehicle is to keep fabric wipes in your car so that you can wipe down the area frequently. These wipes will help you clean your seat covers, dashboard, and steering wheel to feel fresh wherever you go. Keeping up on cleaning doesn’t have to be difficult; others will be impressed with your car when they see how clean they keep it.
To make things easier on yourself, you can keep wipes in your center council so you can reach for them whenever it’s convenient. You can also attach a transportable garbage can to the back of one of your seats so you can toss the wipes ASAP and avoid car clutter.
Vacuum Your Seat Covers
The easiest way to remove dirt and debris from your seat covers is to use a shop vac to vacuum the seats frequently. If you like to eat in your car or do a lot of outdoor activities, you probably have a lot of dirt and crumbs in the crevices of your car, especially your seats. Even though seat covers are removable, you can still vacuum them while on the seat to save yourself the effort of removing them and putting them back on.
If you want a more thorough clean, you can vacuum your seat covers first, remove them, vacuum your car’s original seat, and finally replace the seat covers. This method is fantastic if you suspect dirt it’s stuck under your covers for whatever reason.
Handwash Your Seat Covers
Sometimes the best thing you can do to clean your seat covers is give them thorough hand washing. All you need to do is remove them, have a soap bath prepared, and submerge the covers in the bath wound, moving it around frequently so you can scrub every orifice. This method is especially effective for car seat covers that have experienced spillage.
It would help if you chose a gentle soap, our laundry detergent, to wash your seat covers because you want the material to last as long as possible. You don’t need the harshest soap to clean the fabric thoroughly.
Machine Wash Your Seat Covers
The simplest way to clean your seat covers is to throw them in your washing machine. However, if you choose this washing method, you must ensure that the machine is set to a gentle cycle because vicious cycles could tear the fabric. Also, double-check the tags on your covers to ensure they’re safer for machine washing because some materials can only be dry-cleaned.
Let Your Seat Covers Air Dry
Whether you choose to machine wash or hand wash row seat covers, you should always let them air dry instead of drying them in a machine. If you put your seat covers in the dryer, it can make them shrink, or it could tear. If your machine drives would be fine, but after two drying sessions, your seat covers might be too small to return to their home.
You can hang up your seat covers with a clothing line to let them air dry as long as you don’t cover them with other wet material. It would be best if you never let your fabric air dry in a pile because this will cause mildew which will stink up your car.
Let Someone Else Do the Dirty Work for You
The easiest way to deep clean your seat covers is to let someone else clean them for you. a professional can detail your entire car and give you a fresh start, so you feel comfortable driving around.
Contact us today at (480) 448-1183, and we will set up a time for you to come in to have your seat covers for your car deep cleaned. Our team will answer any questions about the process, so you feel secure coming to us.