Car rubber pads have become very popular with the drivers because of the ease of care. Rubber is easily washed and dried much faster than textile, but in some cases you may need a special soap solution. On textile pads the spots are removed much harder. You should always read the instruction before you start using cleaning agent. Some home remedies can also help. If you find a spot on the pad, mix vinegar in equal proportion with water, put it on the spot, wait for10 minutes and you will see it fading out. Soda as cleaning agent is a good solution as well. However, you need to be careful - soda often removes the paint. So if there are any bright paints on your auto carpet, soda can't be used.
Before you start cleaning the car interior, it's important to make sure that there is no additory protective layer on the leather surface, consisting of polyvinyl chloride. You will need a drop of water to do this. Pour some water out on the seat and look what will be with the upholstery. The genuine leather will absorb moisture almost immediately. But if there protective layer is, water will remain on the leather. So in the case of second variant, you should clean the leather by means of special care products, meant for vinyl. Purchasing special care products you should follow the proverb we all know, which states: a miser pays twice. Pay attention to the manufacturer, and if you use the leather care products for the first time, test it on a small area. Keep in mind that intense physical impact can kill the leather. That is mean you shoudn't try to remove marks of ink or ballpoint pen, take it easy! The actual cleaning procedure should take place in the area out of direct sunlight. This is due to the fact that ultraviolet light can both blunt the effectiveness of cleaning agents, and enhance their effects.