Magic eraser works real well on everything. I'm not sure if you can use it on cloth or carpet.
I just used one of those home carpet shampooing machines on my car's carpet and it worked amazing. I used the little handheld attachment that's for stairs and upholstery. It just sprayed out a solution (hot water and some resolve) then there was a brush that worked it in and the dirty water got vacuumed up. Quick and easy with great results. The only problem is finding somebody that has one or dropping the money on buying one.For plastic try a regular household cleaner such as 409. I've used it with great results. No discoloration at all. 409 also has carpet cleaner for spot cleaning. I've used the car carpet cleaner with the brushes on the can and they are ok for spots. For all over I've always wanted to rent or borrow a carpet shampooer that has a hand held wand attachment for my car.
Woolite/water solution and a good brush + a spot remover for stubborn areas should solve most of your problems for carpets.What is the best method you all use/have used for cleaning interior panels and carpet? Wanting to scrub down the door panels which are a composite plastic, as well as the dash, console area, and give the carpet and floormats a good scrubbing. I've heard a dilution of woolite works well for carpet. Are there any cleaning materials I should stay away from that might discolor or stain the plastics/carpet?
not bad for a 98 with 150,000 miles.... ive only owned if for 4 months now, time to start bringing it back to life. The headliner and floor mats are next on the list.Wow looks great. Everything looks new except the passenger seat.
Hell yea not bad at all. My int. is all black and grey so dirt doesn't show up. Theres no telling how people treated it before I owned it.not bad for a 98 with 150,000 miles.... ive only owned if for 4 months now, time to start bringing it back to life. The headliner and floor mats are next on the list.
You typically want to get the carpet little as wet as possible when cleaning.I own professional detail shop and ill give ya a lil secret on what to use. Go to d&d products its located on cane run road that where I and every other detail shop i know gets materials. Get a quart sized spray bottle of there red degreaser its only about 6 to 8 bucks i think for that size i buy it by the gallon an its like 16. That works great for the door panels and plastics and carpet. They do also have a carpet spotter remover that works great as well. As far as seats go leather its great on too and cloth seats what i usually do if they are filthy is take them out an spary them with the degreaser allowing it to sit on there for about 5 mins then pressure wash the seats and then dry the seats with a shop vac it works wonders. Also when your scrubbing the carpets spray them with the degreaser an let it sit then take a bucket fill it with warm water an pull some in there as well and take a wash mit an get the carpet good an wet with that then scrub like hell then suck it all up with a shop vac