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Using a Brush to Remove Ingrained Dirt

If you are a proud car owner who likes spending Saturday morning giving a little love to your car but find detailing its interior challenging, you have come to the right place. We have come up with some tips to help you select a brush for cleaning different parts of your vehicle. Choosing the brush that best fits a specific task will allow you to remove deeply ingrained dirt, dust, and pet’s hair from your cars interior components such as air vents, dashboard, carpets, and upholstery. So, before vacuuming, dust away all foreign particles with an interior detailing brush.

Air Vents

To dust the air vents of your car, you need a small, soft, and flexible brush that will reach the inside of the vents easily. When shopping for an air vent brush keep in mind that you need one that won’t scratch the delicate surfaces of your car.

Dashboard & Crevices

soft brush

Look for a brush with soft nylon bristles. Some products have a plastic coating designed to prevent scratching. You can also use an old toothbrush.

Leather Surfaces

Hard bristles will scrap and scratch your pristine leather interior. The best way to clean your leather surfaces is by using a natural horse hair interior upholstery brush.

Upholstery and Carpet

There are tons of options when it comes to Upholstery & Carpet brushes. From bristles made of Natural horse hair or Tampico to those made from durable polypropylene which won’t bend and break as you work.

Cleaning your car interior with the correct brush will help you easily dislodge the deepest grime, after a quick burst with the vacuum, your interior will look like new again.

Need hassle-free detailing services in Colorado? Mike’s Auto Spa is here to help. Our professional car detailers will make you feel proud of your car’s interior again. Please, browse our website to find out the detailing package that best suits your needs.