Spring Cleaning – Don’t Forget Your Car

Guy cleans his car seats

Spring is here, which means it’s time to get some cleaning done. You know you need to clean the windows and get under the refrigerator. You also need to take your area rugs out and give them a good beating. That’s only part of the picture, though. You also need to clean your vehicle. Go beyond a standard washing and waxing by following these cleaning tips.

Dust Your AC Vents

Your car’s AC vents can get dirty throughout the year. Use this time to clean them out. Take a paint brush and dust along the vents. Be sure to get inside of the vent to pull out all of the dust. Then, vacuum up the dust so it doesn’t end up somewhere else in your vehicle.

Clean Up with a Magic Eraser

Magic Erasers work wonders when it comes to spring cleaning. Don’t just use the Magic Eraser in your home. Take it out to your car and clean the vinyl and the leather. You can get rid of quite a bit of gunk when you use this tool.

Get Out the Toothbrush

Your toothbrush doesn’t just leave your teeth shiny. It can also shine up the vinyl in your vehicle. If you have stubborn stains that won’t come out with a Magic Eraser, take some Castile soap and a toothbrush and get to work. You will scrub those stains out in no time.

Wash Your Floor Mats

Dirty floor mats make a vehicle look older than it is. Fortunately, it is easy to clean your floor mats. Begin by spraying them with a standard stain remover. Then, put them in the washing machine so the stain remover can work its magic. Once they are dry, put them back in your car and they will look like new again.

Getting your vehicle nice and shiny is important, but you also need to check under the hood to make sure everything is running as it should. That’s where Berglund Mazda Salem in Salem, Virginia, can help. The team can handle everything, from a basic oil change to a complete transmission replacement. You can also browse the lot if you would like to upgrade your current vehicle.

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