The winter weather is beginning to subside and spring has taken hold for most of the country. The outdoor thermometer is registering warmer temperatures and, suddenly, folks around the neighborhood are beginning to venture outdoors once again. Some are even taken to performing a few spring cleaning chores around the house and garage. It’s a good thing, really. Spring cleaning is an opportunity to clear out all the dust and dirt and muck that’s been building up since last December. So, if your weekend weather is permitting, maybe it’s time for you to get out in the garage and try a little spring cleaning on your car. It probably needs it by now.
When you were younger, cleaning the interior of your car was something you often did just before you had a date. It was a time to clear out all of the fast food sandwich wrappers and empty soda cups that your friends left behind in the back seat (you know who you are!). If you were feeling particularly industrious, you might vacuum a little. When you got older and you began to value your personal vehicle a bit more, cleaning out the interior became a labor of love – even though it would take two or three hours and a whole host of specialized cleaning supplies to complete. Everything had to be clean and shining and smelling like fresh pine scent. But you soon learned that this kind of effort wasn’t easy to do weekend after weekend. So, you kept putting it off. Soon, the interior of the car began to look like the floor of a movie theater. Yuk.
Performing a spring cleaning on the interior of your car doesn’t have to be a massive chore. In fact, you only need to perform a couple of quick steps to have the interior of your car looking better than ever.
1. Empty the interior of your car. Get everything out – including all that junk in the console and the glove box. It’ll be easier to give your car a solid cleaning if you don’t have all that clutter in your way. Also, while you’re cleaning it all out, you can sort through and discard anything you don’t need any more.
2. Go heavy on the vacuuming. Get under the floor mats and vacuum away all that winter dirt and crud. At the same time, get under the seats and suck up all those lost pennies, gum wrappers, and petrified french fries. Don’t forget to get into all the nooks and crannies, as there’s all kinds of nasty stuff hiding down there.
3. Clean the upholstery, carpeting, and floor mats. The upholstery and carpeting may be something that you spend a little money on for a cleaning solution that’s formulated specifically for your interior type. When it comes to floor mats, Lifter-1 Carpet Stain Remover is the easy way to get them looking better. Just spray over the stains on your floor mats, wait a few seconds, and blot them off with a rag. Even though you may want to brush them off first, there’s no scrubbing, scraping, or vacuuming necessary after you’ve applied Lifter-1 Carpet Stain Remover.
4. Go after the windows with a glass cleaner. Get them sparking and shining like new. And you’re done!
Lifter-1 has served the automotive market for over twenty years and prides itself on selling products that really work. We take great satisfaction in manufacturing products that easily remove the toughest stains and road gunk from your vehicle – inside and out!