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Car Disinfectant

With the rising threat of COVID-19 (Coronavirus), it's more necessary than ever to disinfect and sanitize surfaces you come into contact with on a regular basis, one of which is the interior of your car. Door handles, steering wheels, audio screens, indicator stalks, and other interior trimmings can all harbor hazardous diseases like germs and viruses. Cleaning, detailing, and disinfecting these surfaces properly is crucial, but the right disinfectants must be used to avoid causing harm to the various types of trims inside your automobile. All of our technicians follow strict health and safety regulations.


6 Ways to Kill Germs in Car

Germs and other microorganisms can be dangerous to your health and that of your family, especially if you spend a lot of time in your car. However, there are some excellent methods for keeping your automobile clean and killing microorganisms. If you're wondering how to destroy germs in a car, have a look at the ways listed below.

  • Remove the Dust and Mould.
  • Clean/Replace the Cabin Air Filter.
  • Using Car-safe Disinfectants.
  • Clean the Entire Upholstery.
  • Use a Sanitizer Spray.
  • Let Sunlight Pour in.

How to Clean a Car’s Exterior Surfaces?

Giving your car a thorough cleaning may appear to be a chore. However, if done right, it may be rather pleasurable. You also save money that would have been spent on a car wash.

A hosepipe is a simplest and most effective way to clean a car. However, if you want to save water, the plain old bucket approach is your best bet. The following are the items you'll need to wash the outside of your car:

  • Step 1: Begin with removing loose, dry dirt from the car’s surface. Either splash water or use a blast of air for the purpose.
  • Step 2: Dip the sponge in soapy water and start gently rubbing the surface.
  • Step 3: In this step, you need to remove the soap before it begins to dry. Splash water by using a small container until the entire soap is removed.
  • Step 4: Wipe the surface with a microfiber cloth until it is completely dry. Dry the glass (windows, windshield, mirrors, etc…) with the help of a squeegee.
  • Step 5: Open the boot and other doors to wipe any residual water or soap.
  • Step 6:Polishing your car is an optional step. You can use a good car polish or wax and buff it on the car’s surfaces to coat them with a good shine.
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