How to Clean Car’s Interior & Kill Corona virus in Your Car without Damaging Interior Surfaces

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How to Clean Car's Interior & Kill Corona virus in Your Car without Damaging Interior Surfaces

Tips to Freshen the Cabin Again by Steam Washing

Your car has probably been sitting unused more than usual over the past several months, but that hasn’t stopped dust and dirt from accumulating inside during the pandemic.  Washing hands and cleaning and disinfecting high-touch surfaces are two of the best ways to defend against spreading the corona virus, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). 

As COVID-19 spreads, you’ve probably already learned the proper technique for washing your hands and which household cleaners can destroy a coronavirus

But what about the inside of your car?

If you or someone else who has been in your car shows symptoms of the illness, you should clean frequently touched surfaces, including the steering wheel, door handles, shift lever, any buttons or touch screens, wiper and turn signal stalks, passenger and driver door armrests, grab handles, and seat adjusters, according to Consumer Reports’ Auto Test Center.  

A car’s interior is less durable than, say, a kitchen counter or bathroom sink. So how do you

Whatever you do, don’t use bleach or hydrogen peroxide on the inside of your car. While they can both kill corona viruses on surfaces, they will likely damage your car’s upholstery. And do not use ammonia-based cleaners on car touch screens, as they can damage their anti-glare and anti-fingerprint coatings.

Vigorous washing with soap and water can also destroy a corona virus. Corona viruses are surrounded by a protective envelope that helps them to infect other cells, and destroying that envelope can effectively disarm them.

Soap and water are also safe for most car interiors—especially fabrics and older leather that may have begun to crack. Just be sure not to scrub too hard, Most car leathers and imitation leathers have urethane coatings for protection, which is safe to clean with alcohol. But over time, cleaning leather with alcohol can leave it susceptible to damage and discoloration,

This is the time for “Steam Wash” your Car

According to several reports from the reliable institutes including WHO and US government, a temperature of 176°F (80°C) or greater is recommended to kill or deactivate most viruses. Especially, the thermal treatment of 80°C against viruses comes to bring the complete loss of infectivity even with seconds. Also, Vapor heat (heating with air humidified by injection of steam) as well as dry heat is one of well-recognized methods for viral inactivation and removal.

According to the several tests in general, up to 10cm away from the steam gun of steamer, the temperature of the steam is over 176°F (80°C).

Also, Steamer is well famous for its high continuous pressure and its high dry steam injection rate. The power of steam is determined by two factors, its volume and pressure. The steam injected from its steam gun is speedier with a higher pressure and contains a higher temperature through its larger volume than any other steam cleaners. This means that an operator of Steamer can clean any inner space like car interior to kill viruses much faster and much more effectively.

Once you’re finished cleaning, don’t forget to wash your hands before and after driving. It’s a good habit to get into even outside of the spread of COVID-19, as it will keep your steering wheel and other frequently touched surfaces in your car from looking dingy.

“The number one thing is to clean your hands,” You can clean your steering wheel, but if you have dirty hands, you put that dirt back on.”

Washing your hands is still one of the best ways to defend yourself against COVID-19.

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