Gas prices have really shot up. Most people don’t have much money to spend on their automobile. But it is important to take care of the exterior of your car and have the paint waxed.
Some people like to get their car detailed. But prices can get pretty steep for car detailing. Depending on where you live, you can pay 150-200 to get your car detailed at a car ceramic pro detailing shop.
Here is the secret to paying less money to get your car detailed. Get your car detailed by a mobile detailer! Mobile detailers usually charge you 10-50 less than car detailing ships. The best part is that they will travel to your house to detail your car.
That means no waiting in lines, no sitting in a waiting room, no worrying about being stranded until your car is ready, and no worrying about traffic. You even save money in gas because you don’t have to drive anywhere.
As you can see saving money is not the only benefit of using a mobile detailer. Make sure you compare the prices of mobile detailers in your area. You can find some really good deals. Mobile dealers will compete for your business. Some mobile dealers will throw in extra services like vacuuming your car if you choose them.
The amount of the cleaning liquid you can work on (and to be used as your basis to the estimated water-detergent mixture ratio on any container you may use) is one cup to a big garbage container. (You may use other size garbage plastic containers or other receptacles, but keep the same ratio.) Soak all your floor mats in this soapy water-detergent mix for at least half a day (12 hours). After which, proceed with the cleaning process – scrubbing off the dirt and other particles embedded in the mats.
For stained mats, make sure that they are soaked a bit longer than usual (3 to 5 more hours). After soaking, use a nylon brush or any soft fiber brush (metal brushes are out) to scrub out the stain in the area and the few inches around it. After the scrubbing, return the floor mats to the soaking solution for another 12 to 15 hours more. Rinse the mats with regular water in the open, using high-pressure garden hose water.
Hang the clean mats in open air to dry. You can have them under direct sunlight, although this can cause fading the colors after several cleaning. To preclude possible allergies and other adverse reactions, use rubber gloves and some paper masks.