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4800 NW Loop 410, San Antonio, TX 78229
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Detail Your Interior Like A Pro

Mar 6, 2023


Spring cleaning time is here. Time to get your house looking spick and span. Get your garage in order. And maybe even plant some flowers or fertilize your lawn. Well, don’t forget about your car. It’s probably been collecting all sorts of dirt and grime over the winter. Now, you can detail your interior like a pro. Just follow these steps.

Carpets And Upholstery

When there isn’t a drought, your car’s interior can get wet and pose all sorts of problems. But even without rain, it’s important to know how to treat your car. After all, much-needed rain will catch our region up sooner or later. Plus, rainwater isn’t the only source of water than can get your car wet. So, follow these tips. You see, if you don’t do something about water in your car, it lead to bacteria, mold, rust, foul smells and more. Use a proper carpet cleanser that not only cleans your carpets but also kills bacteria. You might want to shampoo the carpets as well, use an extractor, then spend a day allowing it to dry properly.


Cleaning and conditioning your leather is very important, and there are three simple steps for you to take in order to clean, condition, and protect your leather.

  • Clean your leather’s surface with a fine cleanser. Don’t use a multi-surface cleanser to clean your leather. Instead, choose something that is specific for leather.
  • Revitalize and “feed” your leather. Use a leather conditioner to penetrate and moisturize your leather. It will bring it back to its original state and prevent fading and cracking.
  • Add a leather protectant. Guarding against spills will go a long way in extending the life of your leather. Once you have completed this step, you will be finished with your leather.

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Plastic And Microsuede

There are many products specific to plastic and specific to microsuede. Be sure you use the right product for the right surface and follow the directions.