If you’ve ever dealt with pet hair in your car’s interior, you’ve probably dealt with the frustration of trying to remove said pet hair from carpeting and fabric seats. There are a number of tools that are used for cleaning up pet hair, but one tool that is inexpensive and is very compact is the Lilly Brush Pet Hair Remover. This thick piece of red plastic with a perimeter of rubber helps with the collection and removal of pet hair.
When you clean the interior of your car, you are faced with many choices for cleaning the inside of the cabin. Griot’s Interior Cleaner comes right out of its container ready-to-use. There is no need to dilute it into any particular mixture ratio. The product is simple to use: spray it onto your microfiber towel, and wipe. I do this whenever I’m cleaning a newer or cleaner vehicle as this method helps to clean all of the surfaces of dust, but also cleans the surface gently with each wipe.
There are many ways of dusting the interior of your vehicle depending on the situation you’re in. Some areas are more difficult to dust than others due to hard-to-reach or oddly-shaped areas. It’s possible to use a vacuum or compressed air blower with a brush attachment, but these options tend to move the dust around rather then removing it completely. Another option is to use a dust cleaning gel, which molds into the unique shape of the crevice and when pulled away, pulls away all of the dust along with it.