5 Ways to Get Stains Out of Car Seats (DIY With Steps)

Updated: Mar 6

Remove stains from your cars seats with these expert auto detailing tips. Keep your cars re-sell value up by doing it yourself!

Remove Stains From Car Seat With a Steam Cleaner



Step 1: Spray Auto Detail Degreaser on Designated Stain


This significantly enhances the chance of getting your upholstery's toughest stains gone. Spraying the cleaner breaks down any gunk or biotic substances trapped inside, releasing it for the next step.



Top Three Best Auto Upholstery Cleaners


#1 Car Guys Super Cleaner

This premium cleaner came in a tight first proving to be a superior all-purpose solution. Use it for various surfaces such as: Leather, Vinyl, Upholstery, and plastic


#2 Chemical Guys Fabric Cleaner

If a hyper-concentrated grime and dirt pulling heavy stain solution is what your looking for ....stop here


#3 Chemical Guys Lightning Fast Stain Extractor

It's in the name. With Chemical Guys being a leader in the auto detail industry this product will penetrate deep into stains at the quickest time recorded

Step 2: Steam Clean Stain Off Car Seat



This is by far the most effective resolution to removing a stain from your cars seats, used by professional detailing techs everywhere. This method not only extracts deep dust, grime, and dirt from your seats, but also kills the bacteria lying within it. Set the steam cleaner to a maximum of 300 degrees and a minimum of 212 degrees being careful not to damage your upholstery. If your looking for a safe non-toxic Eco-friendly solution, steam cleaning your cars seats is the way to go!



Top Three Best Auto Detailing Steam Cleaners


#1 McCulloch MC1385 Deluxe Canister Steam Cleaner

#2 Dupray Neat Multipurpose Heavy Duty Steamer



#3 PureClean XL Steam Cleaner



Remove Stains From Car Seats with a Drill Brush


Step 1: Soak Stain in Auto Detail Stain Remover



Step 2: Drill Brush Stain


With powerful agitation abilities, this is the quickest manual form of upholstery stain removal. The constant circular rotation at a high velocity drags even the deepest stain to the top of the surface for an easier extraction.The stiffness of the brush should be no higher than a "yellow" bristle brush, with a "white" bristle brush being the most ideal. Make sure to wipe the stain with a microfiber towel to soak up the remainder of the stain.

Top Three Best Drill Brushes For Stain Removal


#1 Chemical Guys Medium Duty


#2 Holikme Power Drill Brush


#3 Hlware Drill Brush Carpet Brush

Remove Stains From Car Seats With Upholstery Brush




Step 1: Spray Foaming Cleaning Agent on Stain and Surrounding Area


Step 2: Vigorously Scrub Designated Area


Take your auto detailing upholstery brush and in a circular motion scrub the stain until visibly lightened. You want to make sure after foaming appears to clean the stain up with an absorbing microfiber towel. Repeat this process until blotch is entirely gone.



Top Three Best Auto Upholstery Brushes


#1 VIKING Carpet and Upholstery Brush

Exceeding any expectations of any brush. The smooth curves and easy handling, in combination with the tough bristles easily make the Viking #1


#2 Mothers Carpet and Upholstery Brush

Covering more ground than traditional upholstery brushes, this brush is sure to take out the greatest of stains. Don't forget the non-scratch bristles and excellent grip.


#3 The Ultimate Carpet and Upholstery Brush

If your looking for the best of generics this is it! This auto detailing upholstery brush has great grip and an unlimited amount of bristles.

Remove Stains from car seats with a Shop Vacuum



Step 1: Spray Auto Upholstery Stain Remover on Stain and let it sit

Step 2: Wipe Stain back and forth forcibly with microfiber towel

Step 3: Vacuum the stain


Yes Vacuum the stain! This is a little trick professional detailing techs use today that they do not want you to discover. Ideally, you want to use the detailing vacuum attachment as seen

here:

While vacuuming the wet remains of the seats, aggressively push down allowing the pressure to release what remains of the residuum. (This is a simulation of our bonus expert professional tip that guarantees the extraction of ANY stain.) Let the vacuum do its job by drawing out the residuum, repeat this process until you have your desired result.

Top Three Best Auto Detailing Shop Vacuums


#1 VacMaster Professional Wet/Dry 5 Gallon Vac Beast Series

With the strongest suction in its class (and others) at 5.5 HP, the is by far the most ideal auto detailing vacuum. Ashes, sand, grit, and pet hair are no match for the beast.


#2 Rigid 9 Gallon Wet Dry Vacuum

Up next with a peak of 4.25 HP, the trusted brand of Rigid holds to its stature. This vacuum includes everything needed for your everyday or commercial messes.


#3 DeWalt DXV10P Queit Wet/Dry Vac

At 10 gal. the Dewalt DXV10P will never disappoint. Use it for large work sites as a vacuum or commonly as a blower.


Remove Stains with Baking Soda and Vinegar


Step 1: Pour baking soda on affected area

Step 2: Spray Vinegar on Baking Soda


This slightly smelly solution uses its natural reaction to break up any stains and deep odors within your cars seats. Wait until the solution is bubbling, then grab your microfiber towel and soak up the stain.


Guaranteed Stain Removal (Bonus Content)



Hot Stain Extraction


This can be done after every example of the DIY stain extraction process! A hot stain extraction is the ultimate stain lifting procedure of any professional auto detailer in the nation.

Using your favorite stain extractor safe solution, fill the solution tank making sure not to exceed the max amount allowable. Next press firmly down on stain and begin the extraction process. You will notice that the front face of the suction tool will begin to pull dirty liquid out of the seat accordingly. When the extractor no longer draws out dirt infused liquid the stain should be completely invisible and back to new! Repeat this process if the stain is not absent.


Use this extractor for professional results:


Bissell 3624 Spot Clean

Professional Portable Carpet Cleaner




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