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When spilling something inside a vehicle, it doesn't just make the interior look awful but also may cause a bad odor. Cleaning fabric seats may be seem tedious due to the sensitive material. Fabric seats may be cleaned using a drill and a Chemical Guys Drill Attachment Brush. It will be quick and easy and no stain will stand a chance against you.
The key to cleaning seats the proper way is knowing what material you are working with. Some seats may be a lot more sensitive than others, such as perforated seats. Perforated seat should not be over saturated and be treated with caution. We recommend cleaning fabric seats with Fabric Clean. Chemical Guys Fabric Clean is a upholstery shampoo that removes stubborn stains from carpets and seats. Chemical Guys manufactures 3 different types of brushes with different types or nylon bristles to attack any stain. The Red Brush is for Heavy Duty, Yellow is Medium Duty and the Gray one is for light superficial stains. Now it’s time for cleaning!
STEP 1: REMOVE ITEMS FROM INTERIOR
Remove all large items from interior. With smaller items, we recommend placing them in a plastic bag and store in a safe place. Then, you may begin vacuuming the interior of the vehicle.
STEP 2: VACUUM THE INTERIOR
Once the vehicle has all large items out of the interior. Continue with the vacuum step. Vacuuming is a key step when it comes to removing stains from fabric seats because it is pick up all loose dirt and debris from the surface.
STEP 3: INSPECT THE STAIN
Check to see what kind of stain you are working with. Light stains can be removed with Lightning Fast Stain Extractor. Just simply spray the surface and scrub with the Nifty Detailing brush and wipe off any residue. For heavy duty stains, we recommend Fabric Clean, it easily breaks down contaminants, filth, and stains from any fabric surface inside a vehicle.
STEP 4: DILUTE FABRIC CLEAN
Fabric Clean can be diluted to your desired needs. We recommend diluting Fabric Clean 20:1 for general purpose cleaning and 8:1 for extra dirty areas.
STEP 5: CHOOSE YOUR BRUSH
Now that you have inspect the stain, it is time to choose your bruch. If the stain is superficial, use the Gray Light Duty Brush. If the stain super heavy, we recommend the Red Heavy Duty brush. If you are not sure, use the Yellow Medium Brush.
STEP 6: ATTACH BRUSH TO DRILL
Now begin by opening up the chuck on your power drill wide enough to accommodate the steel shank of the Carpet Brush With Drill Attachment. After it is wide enough, align the teeth of the chuck to grip snugly around the shank, and tighten down securely.
STEP 7: BEGIN CLEANING
Now that your Drill Brush has been attached and ready to go. Spray the stain with Fabric Clean and the brush. Then turn on your drill to the lowest speed and test the effects of the brush you have chosen. Then gradually turn up the power of the drill until satisfactory cleaning results. After you are finished cleaning the seats. Wipe off any residue left behind with a clean Workhorse Microfiber towel.
15 - 25 minutes