Tommy Trenton Jr
How To Easily Clean Dirty Vehicle Carpet
Updated: May 22
Have you ever wondered how to effectively clean your car's dirty carpet to get rid of those dirt stains, drink spills or strange lingering odors? Here you will learn how to easily clean dirty vehicle carpet
Cleaning your carpet can seem a bit overwhelming if you have no clue how to do it or what to use. I have one simple solution and just a few steps to get the job done!
Things you will need to easily clean your vehicles carpet - 2 rows
One pair of gloves.
At least 2 cans of Sprayway Bio Enzymatic Carpet & Upholstery Cleaner.
One spray bottle with tap water in it.
4 microfiber towels: Spectrum 420
Carpet Brush: Adam's Cockpit Detailing Brush
Follow These Very Simple Steps on how to easily clean dirty vehicle carpet
Thoroughly vacuum the carpet removing all loose debris.
Spray the carpet with water until damp but not saturated.
Take a can of Sprayway Bio Enzymatic Carpet & Upholstery Cleaner, hold the can up about 12 inches and completely cover the carpet with foam. This stuff will help break down stains and remove dirt from the carpet.
Let sit until the foam appears to be almost gone, usually about 10 minutes.
Next, take a clean microfiber towel and spray it with water until it's damp but not saturated.
In a circular motion, begin lightly scrubbing the carpet switching sides as the towel gets dirty. Do this for several minutes.
Use multiple towels if needed.
Repeat this process as needed.
Follow the same instructions for cleaning your vehicle's cloth seats!
Make sure you have enough cleaner, Sprayway Bio Enzymatic Carpet & Upholstery Cleaner. Two cans
After foaming, try lightly scrubbing the carpet with a carpet brush, then let sit for 10 minutes.
Only use a cleaner with a solution specifically made for cleaning vehicle carpets such as Sprayway Bio Enzymatic Carpet & Upholstery Cleaner.
Always read the instructions when using a cleaner you are not familiar with. Cleaning your carpet is the goal, damaging your carpet is not.
If the carpet is heavily stained, try putting a damp towel over the foamed area and let it sit for a longer period, 15-20 minutes is ideal.