It takes approximately an hour to clean the entire interior thoroughly. Be cautious with water inside the car; if water gets into electrical components, it may cause problems. Likewise, don't soak the seats too much and don't let water to get under the carpet; it may cause corrosion, stains and damp mouldy smell. Always dry the interior well after you're done.
Dump things that shouldn’t be in the car into a small bin. Throw litter into a garbage bag. Spritz the cup holders with glass cleaner and let sit.
Using the wipes, clean the dashboard, center console, inside door pockets, steering wheel, and gearshift. Spray air-conditioner treatment into the air vents below the windshield and let sit.
Clean leather seats with a few wipes. (Seats that are upholstered will get vacuumed afterwards.)
Place a wipe around the end of a flat-head screwdriver, and run it over the buttons and switches on the dashboard. Wipe out the cup holders with paper towels.
Spray glass cleaner on paper towels and wipe each of the windows, including the windshield, sunroof, and rear window.
Take away the floor mats and whack them against each other to remove any dirt.
On the driveway, vacuum the floor mats using the bare hose of a hand vac for optimum power (do not attach a tool). Vacuum the seat upholstery and foot wells, shifting the front seats fully forward, then backFree Web Content, to hit every spot.
Replace the mats and return the seats to their original placements. Open all the doors and allow fresh air to blow through.