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How to Clean Your Dirty Car Seats with Ease

This simple frugal method of how to clean your dirty car seats with ease can come in real handy for a homesteader. Dirty jobs happen all over a hard working homestead that gets tracked into your home and vehicle.

Running your car through the car wash and vacuuming it out is usually enough to keep it clean for a while. However, over time, your car will start to pick up dirt and germs from overuse, which is when it’s time to give it a deep clean. Unfortunately, unlike car washes, paying to get your car shampooed or detailed costs quite a bit of money. If you want to save money, but still give your car the deep clean it deserves, this is the perfect guide for you. In this guide, you’ll be given step by step instructions as well as the ingredients you need to get your car look, feeling, and smelling fresh.

The only items you’ll need to complete this car cleaning are:

– Dish Soap
– Washing Soda
– Hot Water
– A Mixing Bowl
– A Cleaning Brush
– A Clean Towel
– Linen Spray

One thing you’ll want to keep in mind is that this process works best on a bright day, when there’s enough sun to dry out your car quickly. If you have a covered garage, you can still leave your windows open to dry it out, but really, sun works best. Also, try not to wet your seats too much when you’re scrubbing them. If the seats get too wet, they’ll take much longer to dry, which could result in your car smelling musty or getting moldy.

A hot day with the windows down can help dry car seats quickly… yes, it was said twice because it is that important.

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How to Clean Your Dirty Car Seats with Ease
How to Clean Your Dirty Car Seats with Ease

However, if you follow this guide carefully, you’re sure to have a wonderfully clean car in no time!

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Melissa Francis
Melissa Francis
Greetings! I'm Melissa Francis, the founder and primary contributor to The Homestead Survival. With over 20 years of experience in homesteading, sustainability, and emergency preparedness, I've dedicated my life to helping others achieve a simpler, more self-reliant lifestyle.

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