Spills are almost inevitable to happen inside your car, especially if you or your passengers are fond of eating and drinking in the cabin. These spills could include drips from your burgers and other saucy foods, coffees, chocolate drinks, juices, milks and other liquids.
Any spill, if left unattended, could possibly ruin your upholstery. Ultimately, you may have to replace them if they got damaged or have become an eyesore. The best way to avoid any spill inside the cabin is to avoid eating or drinking – but that would be too much to ask as many people consider their cars as their second home.
Thus, if you wanted your car’s upholstery to look fresh while free from dirt and damages, do your part and know how to clean it. Of course, how you clean your car’s upholstery depends on the substance spilt on it.