Cleaning car upholstery:

Get great advice on upholstery spot cleaning.

Cleaning car upholstery: discover the answer to the "how do I remove a stain from my upholstery?" question.
Cleaning your vehicle’s interior has never been easier. Advance Auto Parts has a full line of upholstery spot cleaners, brushes and dressings to make your interior look and feel new again.

If you are unsure of what type of material your interior is, just ask an Advance Auto Parts Team Member to help you. Then select the upholstery spot cleaning product and interior dressing that’s right for your vehicle. You’ll be surprised at how well these new car upholstery cleaners work.

Some stains can be permanent, but that’s no problem. Advance Auto Parts also has floor mats and seat covers made just for your vehicle. And while in our store, take advantage of our full selection of quality auto parts for your vehicle maintenance jobs.

Why performing upholstery spot cleaning is so important.

Just think what your clothes would look like if you wore them for three or four years and never cleaned them.

Your vehicle’s interior is no different. Spilled coffee and a dropped french fry are obvious offenders, but normal dirt and grime take their toll over time. A dirty interior is not only ugly and depressing, dirt will destroy seat fabrics and grind carpets down to nubs in no time at all.

What you will need for cleaning car upholstery:

Do-it-yourself difficulty guide for upholstery spot cleaning:

Estimated time required - 1 - 2 Hours

Cleaning car upholstery -- the right way. Save money by performing this task yourself.

Car upholstery cleaners react to different materials in different ways. It’s always best to test an upholstery spot cleaning product on a small piece of material that isn’t in a conspicuous area first.

  1. The first step is to thoroughly vacuum your entire interior. You do not want any dirt particles causing abrasions while you are scrubbing.
  2. After testing your cleaner on a small piece of your interior, spray just enough to dampen a small area, then agitate with a soft bristle brush.
  3. Clean just a small area at a time. After scrubbing, use a soft towel to soak up the cleaner. Keep moving to a clean part of the towel.
  4. Treat your carpets the same as the upholstery. You can use more upholstery spot cleaning products if necessary, because they were designed to deal with moisture.

So, now you have the answer to that worrisome "how do I remove a stain from my upholstery?" question!

Head to Advance Auto Parts for the quality auto parts you need -- along with the best upholstery spot cleaning products.