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Cleaning Your Interiors

Row of green 500ml spray bottles filled with Interior Cleaner

 

We all love having a shiny car but when it comes to cleaning the interior we can be known to slack off. This guide will show you how easy it is to keep your interior just as sparkling as the exterior!

Breathe a new lease of life into your car with our Australian made & owned Interior Cleaner & Disinfectant. This product is designed to restore and protect your interior surfaces, bringing them back to life. This all-in-one lemongrass scented cleaner does it all, effortlessly lifting stubborn dirt and grime, protecting your interiors and leaving a matte finish. 

How To Use: 

- Spray the product onto the desired surfaces 

- Allow it to react to the surface and work its magic...

- Wipe the Interior Cleaner with a cloth or brush

- Dab any excess and dry with an absorbing towel such as our Drying Towel

It is important to note that despite the increased interest in disinfecting our surfaces, using alcohol-based products such as wipes and hand sanitisers on our vehicle's interiors is not a good idea. These products will do more harm than good and it will be an expensive lesson when you have to replace upholstery and trims. 

 

Bottle of Green 500ml Interior Cleaner being sprayed held by gloved hands and being sprayed on a BMW interior

 

Looking after your interior doesn't stop at cleaning it. With Australian summers regularly reaching temperatures in the mid 30's our leather and vinyl interiors can suffer. Rehydrating and conditioning them is a key step in preventing cracking, brittleness and other damage. 

By regularly using our Vinyl & Leather Conditioner you prevent your leather surfaces from drying out and cracking.

When using Vinyl & Leather Conditioner, make sure your car is in a cool shaded area and you have vacuumed up any lingering dirt particles to avoid rubbing them back into your surfaces. Once you've coated your surfaces leave the product to dry and for a matte finish rub them down with a dry, fluff free cloth. Simple as that! 

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