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Old 06-11-2010, 03:34 AM
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Tips for clean?

Got tips on how to keep the inside clean? More specifically, dust and hair.

I'm at home from college for now, and my mom has like 13 cats. Don't ask...
Anyway my clothes always get hair on em, which pisses me off to no end, and now its getting in my car

I usually just vacuum out my car and wipe it down with armor-all wipes, but the stuff seems electrically attracted to my dash, and somehow or another my car has alot of dust. No idea why.

So...tips?
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Re: Tips for clean?

Use a lint roller or lint brush on your close before you get in the car to get all the hair off you.
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Re: Tips for clean?

Didn't even think of that lol....now I just need to know how to get the stuff thats in there out
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Re: Tips for clean?

Good luck with that. It all comes in through your vents and windows. Especially bad this time of the year. If you find some kind of magic that works let us all know. lol
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Re: Tips for clean?

Armor-all and fairy dust I suppose will have to do...


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Re: Tips for clean?

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Re: Tips for clean?

Don't use armor-all (the brand); it has a tendancy to cause hard plastic to crack and rot prematurely. I use either Black Magic, Eagle One, or Meguiars products on my dash. My favorite is from Meguiars. I can't remember the exact name of the product, but it cleans the dash really well, and leaves a low gloss shine. I hate when my dash looks like it got doused in 10w-40. It lasts a long time and when it gets dusty again, wipe it with a microfiber cloth. It comes out fresh and clean without needing to reapply.

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^^^ wow, way to be creative
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wow you sneaky fuk, that was a nice ninja-edit!! i ALMOST didn't notice it!!
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Re: Tips for clean?

I think I've seen some anti static wipes. Really keep the dust off for a long time. They don't shine, but they leave it lookin clean :D

For the hair on the seats ( I bring my dog to the lake sometimes, hair still gets passed the towels anyways... ) I Use a stiff toothbrush to "flick" the stuff off and vaccuum, Then for the hair that wont come with vaccuum I use masking tape! haha. Takes a long time, but Ive found line brushes and rollers to just not work well enough...
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I love the high gloss shine from Armor All but it doeshave a tendency on sunny days to blind my windsheild with a killer glare.... that and i get destracted easily by shiny things. I suffer from the ADOS (attension deficite oooo shinny). its a real disease with doctors and medicine and stuff. lol
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I think I've seen some anti static wipes. Really keep the dust off for a long time. They don't shine, but they leave it lookin clean :D

For the hair on the seats ( I bring my dog to the lake sometimes, hair still gets passed the towels anyways... ) I Use a stiff toothbrush to "flick" the stuff off and vaccuum, Then for the hair that wont come with vaccuum I use masking tape! haha. Takes a long time, but Ive found line brushes and rollers to just not work well enough...
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Re: Tips for clean?

Armor All is bad mojo jojo. Stick to Mothers or Meguiars for the vinly/plastic. They don't leave that greasy residue either.

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Re: Tips for clean?

My car's previous owner had a dog and here is what I have done to fix the issue. Keep in mind I don't own any pets so I'm not entirely sure how this will hold up, but IF you do it right the first time you will only have to do quick little "touch-ups" every so often.

1. Remove all seats and center console.

2. Clean the ever-loving-piss outta them inside your house. Shampoo if necessary. Use a lint roller to get all of the hairs off, I personally would do that before a shampoo and vacuum, but that's up to you, whatever works really.

3. Go out to your car and vacuum the crap out of the carpet. Using the lint roller as necessary. Don't forget the rear deck as well.

4. Make sure to REALLY clean the carpet. Kick up as much dust and etc as you can, this way less can be kicked up once you're done.

5. Clean dash and such with preferred chemicals. I use Honda's leather/vinyl cleaner followed by a some sort of leather conditioner( not sure of the brand, I got some from a pro detailer that gos to the dealerships to detail used cars. Works great, leave no grease.) Don't forget to wipe off any excess chemicals to prevent greasiness.

5. Reinstall seats and center console after cleaning thoroughly. Now just touch up as necessary, clean the door panels and anything else you may have forgot.

You will inevitably get dust build up. It happens. To help yourself out try taking a rag to your dash and door panels every week or so. When you feel so inspired you can do another full detail. Personally I only do such a full detail once a year. From there on out I'll re-apply chemicals maybe once a month, if not less often in addition to a quick vacuum. Obviously having a pet is detrimental to this so you may need to adjust and do a full detail 2 or maybe even 3 times a year if it bothers you or gets that bad. Personally I would just keep a lint roller in the car and hit the seat every so often...

Hope this helps! Works great for me and, as a matter of fact, I just did this process this previous week.
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keep it clean dude, try vacing the vents good. other that that dust yourself off before getting. can't help you out too much on that one, sorry
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When I'm living at my apartment, my car is spotless....

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i keep a microfiber cloth in my center console, when i see my dash or gauges get dusty i just wipe it off, its really nice =]
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Ya I really need to pick one of those up...
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