Maintenance Tips, Tricks And Hacks For Your Vehicle

Category: Interior Cosmetic Problems and Fixes

  • How Do You Clean Spilled Perforated Leather Seats? (Explained!)

    How Do You Clean Spilled Perforated Leather Seats? (Explained!)

    Leather seats are a luxurious addition to any car. Not only do they look great, but they also provide comfort and support on long drives. However, if a spill occurs on perforated leather seats, it can be difficult to clean them properly. In this blog post, we will discuss the best way to clean spilled…

  • How to Get Bleach Smell Out of the Car: The Ultimate Guide

    How to Get Bleach Smell Out of the Car: The Ultimate Guide

    Have you ever accidentally spilled bleach in your car? You know the smell can be unbearably strong. But don’t fret – I’m here to help! Not long ago, I accidentally spilled bleach in my trunk. To eliminate that unpleasant stench from my car, read on to discover how easy and affordable it can be to…

  • How To Clean a Car’s Headliner (With Pictures)

    How To Clean a Car’s Headliner (With Pictures)

    Have you noticed that your headliner is super dirty and needs cleaning? Driving with open windows adds dirt to the headliner. This is why usually the driver’s side is dirtier than the other. Smoking in the vehicle also contributes to a dirty headliner. But then again, you probably have heard that cleaning a headliner can…

  • How To Get Water Stains Out Of Car Headliner: 8 Easy Steps

    How To Get Water Stains Out Of Car Headliner: 8 Easy Steps

    Water stains on a car headliner can be unsightly and difficult to remove. If your car has been in a rainstorm or you have had a water leak, you may be wondering how to get the water stains out of your car’s headliner. Before we go any further, I have to tell you something. Water…

  • How To Clean Your Car Seats With Soap And Water

    How To Clean Your Car Seats With Soap And Water

    I always wondered if I could clean my car seats with soap and water. I mean, it’s a pretty cheap solution, if it’s possible of course. So I tried it and: I feel like this topic requires more than just a clarification that you can clean your seats with soap and water. Let me explain…