Ways to Keep Your Tesla White Interior Clean

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The Tesla Model S includes a veritable cornucopia of amenities, and one of the most luxurious is its white seat covering. 

Luckily, there are quite a few ways you can clean your Tesla’s white seats. Today we’ll be going over each method in detail so that you can find the best way to keep your car looking stylish and new while also not breaking the bank. To try anything out, use a plastic bag to be sure that you don’t damage the car’s finish.

The first method is to apply a little water and liquid hand soap to the worst stains and rub them out with a soft cloth. Avoid using too much water to keep the seats from becoming damaged. Remember, it’s better to have some permanent stains than none at all.

You can also use a car soap to clean the seats and leave it on for a couple of minutes. Most cars have a sponge applicator at the bottom of the steering wheel. It’s no big deal for you to dip in your car soap, but if you don’t have one, you can get one at any gas station. Just look for something with a long handle.

Another popular way to clean your seats is to use compressed air. Simply press down on the nozzle and blast away until everything is clean. Although it might seem like overkill, doing this will help remove any stubborn stains that are hard to remove by hand or by liquid soap alone.

Ways to Keep Your tesla white interior Clean :

1. Put a Water and Liquid Soap Dispenser in Your Car

If your seats look dirty, you can use a liquid hand soap dispenser in your car to clean them. This can be found at any gas station at no more than $6.

To use it, pour some of the soap into the bottle and then fill the rest of the bottle with hot water from the faucet. The warm water will soften any sticky substances on your seats. To apply, simply wet a microfiber cloth or a white towel and rub it on any stains to remove them. If necessary, repeat this step until everything is clean or you are satisfied with the look.

2. Use a Sponge Applicator to Apply Soap

Alternatively, you can buy a sponge applicator that’s used to clean cars. Most cars have one built into the steering wheel at the bottom. If not, they’re pretty cheap and are sold at gas stations or your local hardware shop. All you have to do is dip them in soapy water and rub away any stubborn stains.

3. Use an Air Compressor to Blow Away Stains

If you want to get rid of all the dirt, grease and grime on your seats, or if they are just covered in sticky substances like lollipops or junk food from children, then use an air compressor . This might be a bit overkill, but if you want to get everything off, then putting some pressure on the air can help it work much better. Secure your fabric with some masking tape, or even tape the cloth to the steering wheel (just not the leather).

4. Use a Car Soap or Rubbing Alcohol

To clean stubborn stains that are just too hard to remove with regular soaps and liquids, it’s best to use some rubbing alcohol . You can buy rubbing alcohol for almost any purpose at any drug store. It’s very cheap and easy to use. If you want, it’s also effective to use a car soap, but rubbing alcohol is usually better. First, wet a white cloth or towel and add some alcohol to it. You might want to try using a spray bottle for this step.

Then wash the seats by spraying the cloth or towel on the stain and rubbing it out vigorously. Make sure not to use too much water because you don’t want the seats to become damaged by water. If needed, repeat this step until all of the stains are gone. However, keep in mind that rubbing alcohol will dry solid after a time so any excess moisture should be removed afterwards with a dry cloth before it evaporates.

5. Use a Car Duster or a Vacuum Cleaner to Clean It

Somewhat the same way that you can clean the seats with a car duster , you can also use one to clean the seats. Most high-end auto’ dealerships have gotten rid of these simple devices because of the number of claims from angry customers. However, if you want to take your chances, then go ahead and give it a try. It is better to do so when your seats are still warm and dry to help avoid damage by using too much water.


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