how to clean inside the car?

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Asked by Mar 05, 2017 at 02:29 PM about the Honda Civic

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with the interior wash

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The best way to seriously clean the interior is to strip it out, shampoo the carpets, scrub the seats with soap and water and thoroughly dry them. then get some of those dash brushes and a vacuum cleaner and get into all the small spaces and vacuum or brush out all of the dust, use a vinegar based window cleaner on all the glass and news paper as a towel wipe clean, depending on how bad the glass is it might take a session or two to get all of the vinyl sweat off the glass. Do not use silicone based products on the interior dash, seats or door panels as this can cause cracking, I recommend a good saddle soap and follow the directions. HTH

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