In the last blog your Tulsa Dealership near Catoosa started giving you some instructions on how to get the cleanest carpet. In this blog, we finish up the how to.
Next, tackle the largest part of the car floor. Choose a wide attachment to reach the most space you can at once. Slide the seats all the way forward and vacuum, then all the way back and Vacuum. Get as far under the seats as you can. You may want to use an extension attachment to reach all the way underneath.
Once the large areas are taken care of, switch to a smaller and narrower attachment. Use this attachment to reach around the floor pedals and the areas between the seats and the console.
When all of the flooring is well vacuumed, look over the carpet for stains or heavily soiled areas. Spot treat these areas with carpet or upholsery cleaner. Follow the directiong on the bottle. This should tell you how much cleaner to use, and how long to leave it on the fabric. Once it has set for the appropriate amount of time, vacuum that area again to remove the cleaner. If necessary, repeat.
The dashboard, doors and both sides of the visors need to be vacuumed with with a soft brush attachment. Once all of these areas are clean, use that same attachment for the seats. If you find debris between the seat and seat back you may need another narrow attachment. If you have leather seats, take special car not to scratch the surface of the seats with the vacuum attachment.
After you have cleaned out the entire cabin, run your vacuum over the interior of your trunk.
If, when you are finished, you find that your vehicle does not have a pleasant smell there a a few solutions. You can sprinkle carpet freshener or baking soda onto the clean carpet. Allow the powder to sit for a few minutes and vacuum it up again.