Especially after a long winter, the car can be very dirty inside, and need a good cleaning. There are a lot of places where you can pay to have the car cleaned, and that’s super nice, but you can easily do it yourself. If you make sure to keep the dirt down, then it will be even faster next time.

Car interior cleaning – What you need:

  • Waste bag
  • Vacuum cleaner with div. nozzles
  • Water and soap
  • Microfiber cloth
  • Glass cleaner
  • Silicone agent

Textile cleaner or leather care product

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There are no rules for the order in which the Rengøring af bil must be carried out. I always use this approach, which I think works well:

  • Clean up – Remove rubbish and things that do not belong in the car
  • Vacuum – Tap the mats and vacuum the car thoroughly
  • Surfaces – Clean surfaces and instrument panel
  • Seats – Vacuum the seats and remove stains if necessary.
  • Windows and rearview mirror – Clean all glass and mirrors
  • Door seam and rubber strips – Must be cleaned and lubricated

Clean up and throw out

When you use your car a lot, there is a tendency for empty soda cans, candy wrappers, napkins and other things that have not been thrown away to accumulate.

Start by cleaning up and throwing things in the trash. A good tip is to have a garbage bag in the car, so you avoid the garbage piling up.

Also remove everything that does not belong in the car so that there is no clutter unnecessarily.

Once the car has been cleared of debris, remove the things you have stuck in the car. This prevents small items from disappearing or being sucked up in the vacuum cleaner. It can be parking cards, coins for the shopping cart, cables for the phone, etc.

Thorough vacuuming and cleaning of automatic mats

When the car is emptied of loose objects, it must be vacuumed.

Start by taking the mats out of the car. Beat them well so that the worst soil and dirt are knocked off. If the mats are very dirty, you can wash them with soapy water. If necessary, use a stiff brush or sponge to scrub the mats clean, and rinse with clean water. Remember that the mats must be completely dry before you put them in place.

Vacuum the bottom of the car and the seats thoroughly. Here it is convenient if you have different nozzles for the vacuum cleaner so you can get into all the nooks and crannies. You can also vacuum the dashboard and the other surfaces. Here, a mouthpiece with a brush is super practical. It cleans the surfaces without scratching and it effectively removes dust in the air nozzles.

Vacuum the bottom of the car and the seats thoroughly. Here it is convenient if you have different nozzles for the vacuum cleaner so you can get into all the nooks and crannies. You can also vacuum the dashboard and the other surfaces. Here, a mouthpiece with a brush is super practical. It cleans the surfaces without scratching and it effectively removes dust in the air nozzles.

Check the mats before putting them in place. Car mats get worn out and over time there are holes in them. Old and worn car mats do nothing good for the car’s appearance. By changing the mats, you can make the car radiate inside again, and a set of new car mats does not cost a fortune.

When vacuuming, do not forget the trunk, which can often get quite dirty.

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