How to Detail a Car Interior

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The process of detailing a car interior involves shaking out and vacuuming the carpets, cleaning the windows and using non-abrasive cleaners on plastics and door panels. Detail a car's interior every month to keep the interior in great shape with help from car restoration specialists in this free video on car maintenance.

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Video Transcript

In this video I am going to show you how to detail your car. The first step is to take out your mats, shake them out real good and then vacuum the carpets, a great place to start in any car. Now if you have a shop vac at home that works great or even your in house vacuum if you have a removable house that could work or you can go over to the local car wash and put some change in and use the vacuum that they have there. Next to do is grab some glass cleaner and some paper towels and get all your windows and if you have tint on your windows make sure you use ammonia free glass cleaner. For the dash and other plastic parts a nice lovely damp cloth does the trick, no abrasive cleaners or nothing will remove all the dust and all the dirt and then you can come back later and shine it up with some Armor All. The same with the door panels, works just nicely, see no cleaner just a lightly damp cloth shines it right up and gets all the dust off and you can come back with some kind of protectant afterwards. There you have it. Nothing beats the feeling of a freshly detailed car. Do it once a month if you are not lazy and once every two months if you are a little on the lazy side like myself and it comes out great and keeps your interior lasting a long time.


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