|CORROSION PREVENTION AND APPEARANCE CARE
Cleaning the Interior
The vinyl upholstery may be easily cleaned with a mild soap or detergent and water.
First vacuum over the upholstery to remove loose dirt. Then, using a sponge or soft cloth, apply the soap solution to the vinyl. After allowing it to soak in for a few minutes to loosen the dirt, remove the dirt and wipe off the soap with a clean damp cloth. If all the dirt does not come off, repeat the procedure. Commercial foaming-type vinyl cleaners are also avaialble which work well. Follow the manufacturer's instructions.
Use a good foam-type shampoo to clean the carpets.
Begin by vacuuming thoroughly to remove as much dirt as possible. Several types of foam cleaners are available: some are in aerosol cans and others are powders or liquids which you mix with water to produce a foam. To shapoo the carpets, use a sponge or brush to apply the foam. Rub in overlapping circles. Do not apply water - the best results are obtained by keeping the carpet as dry as possible. Read the shampoo instructions and follow them closely.
The seat belts may be cleaned with mild soap and water or with lukewarm water.
Use a cloth or sponge. As youare cleaning, check the belts for excessive wear, fraying or cuts.
The windows may be cleaned with any household window cleaner.
Care in maintaining the surface beauty of the leather upholstery is important as improper cleaning could result in discoloration or staining.
Apply a small amount of saddle or leather soap with a soft cloth. Allow the soap slution to loosen the soil for a few minutes. Then thoroughly wipe off all the soap solution with a damp clean cloth.
Leather upholstery precautions