Things you should be aware while interior detailing your vehicle.

Car interior detailing is all about beauty on the inside. However, there is more to interior detailing than meets the eye. It is not enough to simply look good. The inside of a car should provide a hygienic environment with a clean, fresh smell to help create a positive driving experience. This involves deep-cleaning techniques that sanitize upholstery, carpets, and surfaces for a germ-free finish. Interior detailing to a high standard requires preparation, hard work and a standardized process. If you want immaculate results, work through a series of steps to ensure that no corner of the car is overlooked.

What Is Car Interior Detailing?

There is a process to car interior detailing. It initially involves vacuuming to remove all the crumbs, dust and other debris from the carpets, floor mats, seats, and trunk. Upholstery is shampooed or refreshed using specialized methods depending on the seat material. Child safety seats, if fitted, will need to be thoroughly cleaned, too. Windows, air vents, door handles, dashboard, steering wheel, gear stick and all other surfaces including dials and switches need to be wiped down and polished.

We at Smart Refurbs in Bishops Stortford, Smart Refurbs in Harlow, Smart Refurbs in Saffron, Smart Refurbs in  Walden, Smart Refurbs in Stansted tend to adhere to a methodical approach with great attention to detail. Follow their lead to ensure you get sparkling results. There are few important tips for an interior car deep clean. Take a look at the following:

  1. Prepare the vehicle for a clean-up.

There are no short cuts to good car interior detailing. One of the common mistakes people make is failing to prepare the car properly beforehand. It is not possible to do the best job possible without a general clean-up first. The first step would be removing waste items such as bottles, wrappers, cups, etc which makes your vehicle shabby. Removing such items would make the job easier.

  1. Do not Forget the Seat Belts

Seatbelts and buckles are the most used items in the car and also the one which are often overlooked. These items need to be regularly sanitized and cleaned. It is important to include them in car interior detailing because belts retain dirt and stains. The material can get grubby from food spills, coffee splashes, etc and due to day to day use by the driver and passengers.

  1. Cleaning Underneath Child Safety Seats

Wherever there are small children there are usually kids snacks and such other waste lying in these places. Therefore, car seats for children needs regular vacuuming and cleaning. At times people forget to clean underneath the seats. We recommend you remove the safety seat completely and clean it, using the vacuum cleaner nozzle attachment would help to get rid of tidy particles and get the best clean possible.

  1. Thorough cleaning of AC vents

Another place we would recommend you is the cleaning of AC vents. AC vents could result in a musty smell over time, which is not pleasant. Getting the AC vents regularly sanitized would have a better odour and get rid of germs and other bacteria in the car.

  1. Usage of proper cloth for cleaning

Go for a microfiber cloth to buff the glass after cleaning. This type of cloth is great for other basic interior detailing procedures too, such as wiping down vinyl and cleaning door panels. This kind of cloth helps from having any kind of small scratches. Be sure to spray directly onto the cloth first otherwise you will end up with streaky windows. Paper towels can leave traces of lint and fuzz on the glass.

Where to Go for Car Interior Detailing

Our professionally trained technicians are on hand to be able to advise on the car detailing service at Smart Refurbs. You can email or get your vehicle to the car garage in Bishops Stortford or car garage in Harlow or car garage in Saffron Walden or car garage in Stansted for more assistance. Please feel free to contact us with any enquiries or questions you may have about our services. We treat every job and car with its own requirements and look forward to working with you.