Interior detailing ‘should be done from top to bottom’

Interior detailing requires more intricate processes than exterior care and it is important to follow certain procedures and employee specific products to do the job well.

Nick Vacco, writing for Professional Carwashing and Detailing, said that it is essential for any interior cleaning job to have cloths, car cleaning brushes and various maintenance products – which could include car leather care solutions and vinyl and rubber care sprays.

He stated that it is best to "start from the top", with the headliner the first area to focus on before working one's way to the bottom.

"Be sure you have plenty of quality supplies," Mr Vacco added.

Steve Carter, writing in the Argonaut, said that car interior care should be seen as less important to exterior cleaning.

Glass cleaner and air fresheners are two items drivers should invest in, while vacuuming the inside and discarding bits of rubbish will transform the cabin in no time.

Posted by Matt Casson
 


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