With the simple use of a toothbrush dipped in some soapy water, you can effectively scrub away any dirt and dust on vinyl upholstery.
We recommend you do this before the gunk gets caked in the cracks of your seats. This should save you the time of repeatedly scraping them out.
Clean Tough Stains With Hydrogen Peroxide
Another easy solution in removing those tough stains, such as blood, grass, or wine, is applying some hydrogen peroxide.
A liberal application of hydrogen peroxide can remove even the toughest stains, such as blood, wine, and grass, from cloth upholstery and mats. Allow it to sit before blotting with a damp rag.
Hide Dryer Sheets for a Continual Fresh Aroma
Use those extra dryer sheets around various strategic locations in your car to keep that good aroma. These sheets should continue to emit fragrance for 1 to 3 months, varying by the climate.
Just allow it to sit on your cloth upholstery and mats before blotting it with a dampened rag. The stain should be gone in no time.
Remove Burn Stains With a Raw Onion
You might want to use this trick if you’re looking into selling your car in the future. Remove those burn stains on leather or vinyl by applying a raw cut onion to the area.
Just allow it to soak in for a bit before blotting it with warm water. This will effectively reduce the visibility of those stains! Your car will be on the market in no time.
Use Olive Oil to Keep Leather Upholstery Like New
To keep your upholstery looking as good as new, just rub a small amount of olive oil into it after washing off the dirt and grime with warm and soapy water.
This should break up the dirt and stains while conditioning the leather as well.