Before vacuuming you can use a pet hair or lint removal tool if necessary.
Using a crevice tool attachment, thoroughly vacuum off the area to be cleaned.
Pre-spray the area with a diluted all purpose cleaner or a designated upholstery cleaning product and allow to dwell.
Again using the crevice tool attachment re-vacuum the area ensuring all moisture is removed.
Spot clean any small, heavily soiled or stained areas by pre-spraying with a diluted all purpose cleaner and allowing to dwell, then work in with a stiff bristled detailing or nail brush.
Thoroughly vacuum the area with a crevice tool attachment. Repeat the process if necessary, moving onto a designated upholstery cleaner.
Use the same process to clean other lightly soiled upholstery areas such as door cards, remove any product overspray with a microfibre towel.
We’ll now look at how to clean more heavily soiled upholstery using a wet vac extraction machine…
Thoroughly vacuum off the area to be cleaned using a crevice tool attachment to remove any loose dirt and debris.
Spray the area with a diluted all purpose cleaner or a designated upholstery cleaner.
Using a wet vac extraction machine begin to clean the area one panel at a time. For stubborn areas, use the machine to pre-spray the area, work in the cleaner with a stiff bristled detailing or nail brush and then re-extract.
Continue cleaning until all stains and marks are removed and until the fluid being extracted looks clean. Don’t forget to clean the edges of the seat panels also!
Using a crevice too attachment, re-vacuum the area if necessary to remove any excess moisture and finally, wipe over the area with a clean, dry microfibre towel.