How do I kill the coronavirus inside of my vehicle?
If you are like many other Americans, the rapid spread of the coronavirus took you by surprise, and you are now adjusting to a new normal. If you are struggling, we understand. These days have been weird and uncomfortable, to say the least. As you are going through and cleaning the areas in which you live, another place you should clean is the interior of your vehicle. Even if you have not been exposed to the virus, are you asking, “how do I kill the coronavirus inside of my vehicle?” If so, you have come to the right place. Check out our tips and tricks below.
Tips and tricks for cleaning the interior of your vehicle
Let’s first begin with the products that should and should not be used. While bleach and hydrogen peroxide are often thought of as the best cleaners, they actually should not be used inside of your vehicle. They are too harsh of a chemical and they could cause damage to the various fabrics and materials. Instead, if you have a cleaning product that is 70% alcohol, that will work perfectly. If you do not have a cleaning product with 70% alcohol, then soap and water, as well as laundry detergent, will work well. You will need to put some elbow grease into it when you use these products. But make sure it is not too much that you end up soaking the cushion.
What surfaces should I clean inside of my vehicle?
You should really focus on cleaning the places that are touched the most inside of your vehicle. These include the steering wheel, shift knob, seats, turn signal, windshield wiper, and any other knobs that you might touch during your drive.
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