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What is the best way to clean cloth car seats? 

A car is one of the biggest investments a person will make, other than buying a home. It is only natural that they will want to make sure they get the most out of the money they spent. The best way to protect that investment is to take proper care of the car, truck or SUV they have decided to take home from OKCarz. Obviously, keeping up with regularly prescribed maintenance will help keep the vehicle on the road. But, making sure it’s kept clean will help the resale or trade-in value when it’s time to move on to something different. So, what is the best way to clean cloth car seats? The team of product experts at OKCarz did a little online research to help you keep your vehicle as close to showroom condition as possible. Let’s take a look at what they found. 

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Before we get to how you can get your car seats clean, we want to remind you that experts suggest starting with the floor mats and carpets. Shake out the mats and aggressively vacuum the carpets before moving on to the seats. For more stubborn stains or dirt, you might want to invest in some cleaning products that are approved for automotive use. Always test the cleaner in an area that is hard to see to make sure it doesn’t cause any discolorations. 

How do I clean my car’s cloth upholstery? 

If you’ve already purchased material cleaner to get stains out of the carpet, you might also be able to use it on the seats. Before you start spraying cleaner and scrubbing, make sure you vacuum up any lingering crumbs, dirt or debris. Each cleaner will probably have more specific instructions to get the best results, but for the most part, you will spray the seats with the cleaner and let it dry. Some scrubbing will be required, and you may have to run the vacuum over the seats one more time. 

Your relationship with OKCarz isn’t over when the ink on your sales paperwork dries. Reach out to one of our product experts today if there is anything we can help you with. 

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