Step 1: Vacuum Around the Upholstery
Throughout the year, you probably vacuum around various areas of your vehicle’s interior cabin, such as the seats. Spring cleaning gives you the opportunity to vacuum in the places of your vehicle’s interior that you don’t often get to, such as under the seats and around the upholstery.
Step 2: Brush the Vents
During the course of the year, dust can eventually accumulate inside the vents of your vehicle. This is especially true during the winter months. Therefore, be sure to use a fine brush to reach the inside of your vehicle’s vents, and then use your vacuum to make sure that dust doesn’t get away!
Step 3: Clean Your Interior Windows
There are two sides to every window. That is why it is just as important to clean your interior windows as it is to clean your exterior ones! Use a rag to make sure your windows are spotless, both inside and out.
Step 4: Polish Any Leather
If you have any leather in the interior of your vehicle, you will probably want to make sure that it maintains its shine. That means that you are going to have to clean it! Gently polish the leather surfaces inside your vehicle to keep them looking good as new!