PBA Tip of the Day brought to you by Bill Slis with The Finished Look
How should you clean the interior of your car? Bill has the answer!
Using a clean cloth or rag, wipe down all of thesurfaces to remove dust and dirt buildup.
FOr If an area is particularly dirty or soiled, leave it until the end to prevent spreading the concentrated dirt to other areas.
Apply cleaner to cloth. Spray your vinyl cleaner onto a clean rag or microfiber cloth.
Always spray your cleaner onto your cloth first. Spraying directly onto vinyl surfaces will inadvertently mist your cleaner onto your window glass, making them more difficult to clean later on. Wipe off surfaces. Wipe the cleaner onto the surfaces you are cleaning.
Use the palm of your hand in the cloth to get the greatest surface area at a time, reducing the length of time it will take to clean your car.
Wipe down the dash panel, the steering wheel column covers, the glove box, center console, and door panels.
Do not apply cleaner or dressing to the steering wheel itself. It can cause the steering wheel to be slippery and you may lose control of your vehicle when driving.
Remove excess cleaner with cloth. Use a microfiber cloth to wipe the cleaner from the vinyl parts.
If part of your cloth gets too dirty, use another clean section of the cloth. If the whole cloth is dirty, use a new one.
Wipe until an even, streak-free finish is achieved. For all of your car detailing needs, give Bill a call today!