covid-19 sanitation, Deep cleaning, stain lift.
- 1 hr1 hour
- starting at 59.99perstarting at 59.99per
- 3730 West Rancho Vista Boulevard
When was the last time your car’s interior had a thorough interior cleaning? When I ask that question to people who are interested in our interior cleaning services, they always say, “It’s never had one.” This basically means we’re going to have to pull out the strong machines since the car hasn’t ever been thoroughly cleaned. So if you’re going to think about cleaning your car’s interior, one of the better options you can choose is an extractor. There’s dozens and dozens of choices on the market, so it’s going to depend on personal preference, expectations, and budget in which the extractor you’ll buy. Step 1: Vacuum Before you can start to suck up all the nasty gunk with your extractor, the very first thing you’re going to need to do is to make sure there are no loose debris or dirt on the seat. If your extractor is not meant for sucking up anything but water, it can cause it some serious damage overtime. Vacuum the flat surfaces, but also all the nooks and crannies that are often overlooked. Use your hands to pull back the seams of the seats so you can make sure you get all the tiny gunk and dirt . Step 2: Spot Clean Depending on the extractor that you buy, the power will vary in strength. Nonetheless, even if you have a super strong one or a not-as-strong one, you should always spot clean in your seats. This means if there’s a singular or several singular spots on the seats that are stains or marks, you should clean those specific areas (not entirely perfect, of course) to make it easier for you when you’re extracting the seats. For spot cleaning, you’ll need an all purpose cleaner (APC), a small brush, and a towel. That should be enough as you’re only going to be spot cleaning. Step 3: Extract Now that you’ve got the heavy debris out of the way by vacuuming it and the spots are taken care of, now you can use your extractor to get all the gunk out of the seats. As a side note, there are some extractors that have a see-through vacuum attachment that will allow you to see what you’re pulling up. So when you’re using the extractor, the water will go from white to dark black and brown as that’s all the gunk that you’re pulling up from the seat. You’re going to start from the top of the seats, the head bolster, and work your way down. That way you’re not going to work over yourself. You’ll want to do even strokes with quick passes. On the heavier parts that are dirty, you can slow your speed to give the water enough time to break down the soil and
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190 Sierra Ct, Palmdale, CA 93550, USA