Steam Clean a Dirty Car!! SO Clean Now!!
When was the last time you got your car detailed? Detailing your car is not cheap. It was at least $250. We’ll help you skip paying a hefty bill and teach you how to steam clean a dirty car. You may think a steam cleaner is a little more than you want to spend, but we’ll show you how it will give you value for your money. Professional car detailers use steam cleaners too.
If you get a good steam cleaner, you can steam clean all sorts of things, and it pays for itself. Just consider how much you would spend just detailing the car versus all the other amazing things you can do with a steam cleaner.
How to Steam Clean a Dirty Car
Watch the video to see the AMAZING transformation from filthy to clean as we steam away the mess! It also smells much better!!
We’ll show you how we steam-cleaned a Mazda that has been through the wringer. It’s a commuter car and was dirty, so we had to steam clean it from top to bottom. And it turned out amazing.
Here are some options to make steam cleaning a car an easy job:
➡️ Dupray Tosca Steam Cleaner. The Dupray Neat is also a great steamer!
➡️ Our favorite microfiber cloths
4 Easy Steps to Steam clean a dirty car
Step 1: Remove all car seats
Before you start steam cleaning, it is essential to bring out all the loose items inside your car to unveil all the mystery mess waiting for you. It also includes trash, mat, and other accessories.
Step 2: Vacuum the carpet and upholstery
You may use any vacuum of your choice to pre-clean your car.
Step 3: Steam clean the car interior
Aside from the carpet and upholstery, steam clean other areas such as leather, hard surfaces, and crevices that may have accumulated dirt and grime. Depending on the job requirement, you may switch the attachment of your steam cleaner, like using a softer attachment, so you won’t scratch or damage any delicate surfaces.
Important: Steam cleaning leather seats is best done with a higher quality steam cleaner so there’s more steam and less water (which can damage leather). Do a test and not concentrate the steam in one place for too long.
Step 4: Wipe off debris
Use a microfiber cleaning cloth to dry up any remaining water or residual dirt. When you use a steam cleaner, it’s not like there’s not a ton of water pouring. It’s not overly wet, and it’s mostly steam.
We love how the interior car wash worked – now try to keep it clean! If you have other steam cleaner or cleaning tips, feel free to leave them below.