Cleaning the interior of your car can be difficult – especially when you don’t know how to do it and which tools to use. For example, I used to vacuum clean my car as well as dust it from time to time. This, however, doesn’t really deep clean the seats – a vacuum cleaner can only do so much. It won’t extract all the impurities and the germs – and this is the most important thing when it comes to cleaning your car.
Once I actually understood that my vacuum cleaner isn’t that effective, I decided to change my approach and start trying out something different – my steam cleaner. The upholstery in my car is not that different from the upholstery in my home, and I have always steam cleaned my upholstered furniture. I make sure I maintain a spotless environment in my house which includes deep cleaning all curtains, sofas, mattresses, and any other upholstery. And let me tell you – the second I decided to use my steam cleaner to clean my car, everything changed. I could feel the car being so much cleaner every time I sat in it.
But How To Steam Clean Your Car?
Of course, you need a steam cleaner… and that’s about it. You don’t really need any fancy commercial cleaners nor do you need DIY cleaners, the steam is powerful enough to extract all the impurities without any additional products. This is why I love my machine so much – it has helped me deep clean both my home and my car without spending a lot of money on cleaners, car washes, hiring cleaning companies, etc.
The only thing I advise you to do is use distilled water instead of tap water – that way the machine will work properly and it won’t break over time.