The fabric seat is relatively simple to handle. When the velvet seat is not very dirty, use a long-haired brush and a suction vacuum cleaner to brush the surface of the seat while sucking the dirt out of the suction port of the vacuum cleaner. For particularly dirty seats, the following steps should be taken when cleaning: first clean the dirty parts with a brush, then use a clean cloth to lick a small amount of neutral detergent, and wipe the seat thoroughly in a semi-dry and semi-wet condition. Surface, and finally clean the seat with a vacuum cleaner and remove excess water.
Use a vacuum cleaner to remove dust and debris. If the dust condenses on the flannel or is difficult to remove with a vacuum cleaner, first brush it with a soft brush and then vacuum it.
Wipe the surface of the fiber with a dry cloth, then dry the seat fibers thoroughly. If the flannel is still dirty, wipe it with mild soap and warm water and dry thoroughly.
If the dirt does not clear out, try the fiber cleaner sold on the market. Use this cleaner first in a less obvious location to make sure it does not have a negative effect on the fleece. Use this cleaner according to the instructions.
Usually do not eat in the car, do not eat when you must not pay attention, do not let the fine residue of food fall on the seat to avoid the breeding of mites or other microorganisms to produce strange smell.