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Interior Auto Detailing FAQs Clients Ask J9's in Colorado Springs

Updated: Oct 20, 2023

What should I use to clean the interior of my car?

Many companies sell 'interior cleaner' products but you will find that 90% of professionals just use all purpose cleaners diluted 10 to 1. Any brand is fine, we use Majestic Solutions for most of our products. Here are some interior auto detailing FAQs people ask.

How do I get streaks off my windows?

Windows are the bane of every detailer's existence. The best way I've found to remove streaks is to spray your desired window cleaner (ammonia free) and do a single pass with a waffle weave towel followed by a microfiber towel. I cross hatch with the waffle weave and then use the microfiber with a second pass. If you smoke or vape in your car you may have to make multiple passes. Always clean windows out of the sun and when the glass is cool to the touch.

How do I remove scratches from piano black?

This should be left to professionals. This requires a micro polisher and pads and a number of compounds and polishing to really perfect the aesthetic of the piano black. Cost of this polisher alone is several hundred dollars. We offer this service at a fraction of that.

How do I get crumbs out of the seat seams?

Pull apart your seat by putting your whole body weight into prying them apart and then vacuum when it's apart.

How do I remove foul odors from my car?

Depending on the nature of the smell will dictate the best method of removal but for a generic answer; odors stick to porous surfaces. Clean your seats, carpets with your preferred cleaner, we use a carpet and upholstery cleaner from Majestic Solutions. Change your cabin air filter. Spray your favorite smell goods on a paper towel and leave under your passenger and driver seat. Turn the A/C with recirculation on high. If it's a stubborn odor, purchase an Ozone machine, or see your friendly professionals at J9's Luxury Auto Detailing.

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