Spring Cleaning for Your Car: How to clean the inside of your car

For most car owners, cleaning the outside of their vehicle is an easy task. However, neglecting to clean the inside can lead to health issues if you’re not careful. Avoid breathing in the dust, germs and allergens that can be hiding in your car by following this guide on how to spring clean your car’s interior.


Steamgrønt is a concentrated biodegradable cleaning product that can be used on fabrics, carpets and upholstery. The biodegradability means it will break down easily in nature without lasting harm to the environment. Here’s how you can use Steamgrønt to clean the inside of your car:

1) Lay down a protective cloth on any surfaces that you don’t want Steamgrønt to touch, like leather seats.

2) Pour some Steamgrønt onto a sponge or rag, and wipe down all fabric surfaces. It will also work as an excellent spot cleaner for stubborn stains.

3) Rinse off with water, preferably outside so you don’t accidentally make a mess in your garage or house!


If you are worried about dust, take a wet cloth and wipe down the dashboard, steering wheel and gearstick. It is also a good idea to open up all windows before you start so that air can flow in. For deep cleaning, use a vacuum cleaner with a hose attachment which will enable you to reach tight corners. If there are stains on the seats or floor mats, give them a gentle scrub with soap and water.

Wipe down surfaces

For a quick and easy way to get started with spring Rengøring af bil, start by wiping down the windows and mirrors. To do this, turn on a light or open up a window so that you can see better as you wipe. Remember not to use any type of paper towel or rag, which can leave streaks on the glass. Instead, use newspaper or an old t-shirt because they are softer and will leave less lint behind when you are done wiping down your windows. If necessary, use a dry microfiber cloth (either one made specifically for cleaning windows or one from your kitchen) to buff away any remaining streaks. Once you’re done with all of your glass surfaces, it’s time to move onto other parts of your vehicle like floor mats and upholstery!

Clean windows and mirrors

One way to help keep your windows and mirrors clean is by using a glass cleaner that is designed for automotive use. You can also use a microfiber cloth or paper towel with a little bit of water. Do not spray the liquid directly onto the mirror because it may drip down onto other surfaces in your vehicle which will then be difficult to remove. Instead, spray on a small area of the window or mirror and then wipe in circles until you have covered all areas of concern. After wiping off any remaining residue with a dry cloth, rinse any excess water off with another dry cloth or paper towel before turning on your wipers.


A good way to start is to remove any loose items from your seat and floor. Next, vacuum out all the trash and debris that has accumulated over time. If you have a cloth upholstery, it is best to use a damp cloth in order to avoid any damage or staining. For leather upholstery, it is best just to wipe down with a dry cloth. Wipe down all surfaces including the dashboard and cup holders with soapy water and a sponge or paper towel. Finally, take out mats outside and shake them off before replacing them back in the car.

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