Car interiors take a beating, whether you’re the only one in your car or it’s always packed with your family or friends. Cleaning car interiors takes a lot of time and elbow grease. The worst interiors can take a professional car detailer five to six hours to detail, which is why many people pay to have car interiors detailed by professionals. But, professional detailing can cost a pretty penny, and you’re mostly paying for labor you can do yourself, which is why we made a step-by-step guide to cleaning your car interior.
With a few brushes, high-quality microfiber cloths, and a variety of household and specially-formulated auto cleaners (you may have to take a trip to the auto supply store for some extra-useful items), you can get your car almost back to brand new. But, remember, even professional detailers don’t expect perfection when it comes to grimy car interiors.