How to Clean Cloth Seats

Cloth Seats

Serving Gainesville, Toccoa,
Jefferson,Cumming
, and Canton, GA

How to Clean Cloth Seats

From hot coffee to ketchup, there are so many things can cause unsightly stains on the cloth seats in your vehicle. Once these stains penetrate the fabricate, it can be nearly impossible to remove them.

When it comes to cleaning cloth seats, there are several solutions available to you. Here are a few methods you can use to clean your automobile’s cloth seats.

  1. Vacuum the seats. Crumbs gather in the creases of cloth seats. When this happens, it can affect the look and feel of your vehicle. If you don’t own a vacuum with a hose attachment, take your automobile to the car wash or gas station. Use the vacuum to suck the crumbs from the creases of your seats.
  2. Remove stains with club soda. Pour club soda into a spray bottle. Without drenching your seats, gently spray the club soda on the stain. Agitate the stain with a small brush. Using a clean cloth, wipe the area. If necessary, you may have to repeat this process until you get your desired results.
  3. Apply a mixture of dish soap and vinegar on the stain. You’ll need the following ingredients to create this mixture – one gallon of hot water, one cup of distilled vinegar and 3 – 4 drops of dish soap. Put a small amount of the mixture on the stain. Gently scrub the area with a brush. Rinse the area of the seat with water. Use a clean cloth to dry it.
  4. Purchase an upholstery spray. If you’re in a hurry and don’t have time to make your own mixture, purchase an upholstery cleaning spray from the store. Follow the directions on the can to achieve the desired results.

From laundry detergent to a baking soda solution, there are dozens of ways to clean your cloth seats. At Carriage Kia, we know a thing or two about cleaning cloth seats. Contact our dealership to learn more ways to clean your cloth seats.