Just one look and you know it’s rust.
Can you still remove it? Will it damage the carpet fibers? Will your carpet go back to the way it looked when you first bought it?
If you answered yes to any of the questions, you’re in the right place. Today we're going to talk about 5 effective methods to remove rust from your carpets to make them look new again.
One, with the increasing demand for DIY detailing, affordable detailing tools have become much more accessible. Two, amazingly, you can find multi-purpose equipment that is not only used in different parts of the car but can also be used in different subtasks of one specific car part.
Getting the car carpets dirty is something you cannot avoid.
It’s not the end of the world though. In this post, we’ll talk about how you can clean a very dirty carpet from a thick layer of mud.
If you want to get your car carpets spick and span again, this post is a must-read for you.
In this post, we’ll talk about 2 effective ways to deep clean your carpets without an extractor.
After going through this post, you’ll then be equipped with a way to clean and remove the musty smells without using or buying any extra equipment.
Even with dark-colored carpets, food, grease, pet pee, and other liquid stains can create unsightly dried-out marks of the spill. Worst, moldy smell turning into a lingering odor inside your car that cannot be overthrown even with the most pleasant smelling air freshener can develop.
So in today’s post, we’ll give you a quick and easy 6-step process of removing tough spot stains in your car’s carpeting.
After you finish reading this, you’ll get clear actionable steps to work with quickly so you can start saying goodbye to your car carpet’s unsightly look.
It’s no secret that the more you use your car, the filthier it gets.
But what if I tell you there are effective ways you can clean car carpets by just using ingredients you already have in your house?
It’ll save you time going to a local car care shop, save you money from spending on expensive cleaners, and save you your sanity from debris-filled and grimy carpeting.
In this post we’ll talk about:
- 8 DIY carpet cleaners for different kinds of stains, material, and stain intensity
- How much cleaning solution you should use
- And what to do before cleaning carpets
By the end of this post, you’ll be able to concoct a powerful cleaner and stain remover for your car carpets without leaving your home.
You’ve neglected the car carpet enough for it to develop the funky smell that’s been annoying you for weeks.
It has now collected lots of dust, debris, coffee stains, and other liquid stains that have mixed making it smell as awful as it is now. You’ll never know what’s lurking within your carpet knowing you’ve overlooked it for too long.
Now it’s time to get your car carpet thoroughly cleaned. But you ask yourself: what should I do to detail my car carpet? Or better yet, what do car detailers use to clean car carpets?
We’ll get those questions answered in this post together with a list of factors you can consider in choosing the best carpet cleaner for you.
Among the four seasons, autumn, or fall as many call it, is the season that has been statically reported to be the least popular season for a car wash. Many car owners feel no need to wash their cars before winter approaches.
However, far from being a season that requires less car maintenance, autumn is the time of the year that comes with unique circumstances for your car. And this is also the best time to prepare for the harsh and corrosive road salt you’ll encounter daily during winter.
In this post, we’ll reveal the reasons why you need to clean your car during the fall and how you can do it.
By the end of this post, you’ll know how to get your car spick and span throughout autumn and also prepare for winter.
If you’re living in a place where lack of water is a problem, washing your car in the rain can seem like a practical solution.
However, you might have also heard that rainwater is bad for your paintwork. So now you’re at a cross-road of whether you should take advantage of the free water from the skies or if you should avoid it altogether, which is really impossible unless you can predict the weather when you’re out driving.
So in today’s post, we’re going to make a comparison between the good side and the bad side of washing in the rain.
By the time you finish reading this, you’ll be in a better position to decide if you should wash your car in the rain or not.
Keeping your car clean during winter won’t only preserve its aesthetics, but also its structural integrity.
In this post, we’ll talk about the vital reason you need to wash your car during winter and tips on how you can do so. We’ll cover:
- Pre-winter practice
- Winter car wash methods
- The most important parts of the car you need to clean during winter
If you want to keep your car good-looking and durable during the winter season, this post is for you.
Road trips and beach outings are commonplace during summer. Unlike highly visible muddy splatters during the rainy season, road dust and grime tend to go unnoticed during summer - the reason why many neglect washing it often during this season.
But does failing to look after your car during summer have its dangers?
The short answer: yes.
In this post, we’ll talk about the best car wash practices during summer and why they’re important.
If you’re interested in keeping your car protected during the hot season, this post is a must-read for you.
Shiny chrome wheels are awesome, but not so much when you see rust, or worse, holes in them.
But chrome is a delicate metal. It can quickly accumulate dust and debris thus causing it to need consistent and careful upkeep. But because it’s a soft metal, polishing it is relatively easy compared to alloy and steel wheels.
How can chrome wheels keep clean, shiny, and rust-free? Here’s a 7-step process you can easily follow.
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