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Tips for interior cleaning?

Posted by pammyfay (My Page) on
Tue, Oct 5, 10 at 13:34

What tools do you use for getting those A/C-heating vents dust-free? Or getting into tight spots?

What cleaning solvents do you use? I've used the general-use Armor-All liquid, but maybe there's something better (homemade?), without all those chemicals in there, which probably aren't needed anyway.

I've used Swiffer cloths for quick dusting of the dash areas, but I need to tackle the sticky cupholders, tray areas, around the gear shift... (And use an upholstery spray for where orange soda spilled!)

Will you share your tips with me?


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RE: Tips for interior cleaning?

I use soft brush to clean the a/c heating vents. I don't really trust homemade products. I tried but I am not satisfied with the results.

Here is a link that might be useful: LCSC Employee Discounts : Lewis Clark State College EDP


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RE: Tips for interior cleaning?

Getting into small places I use a Q-tip. Works great!


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