Just as the title says...
Today with the rain and all I try to finish what I started yesterday, and that's to really vacuum everywhere possible on this jeep and to clean and polish all the leather seats and wipe clean the entire interior
As you can see on some of the pics there are a few stains that I need to take care of later when I shampoo the interior.
This was just me trying to get this interior as clean as possible in a short period of time that I had to play with it without shampooing it.
Yeah I know... I got a little carried away with the vacuum
Anyway here are the pics and sorry I had no before pics, but just imagine how it could have been from my two kids that are always eating, drinking and making a mess as much as they could of that interior
The spare I had on the jeep for about a year and it was black dirty on the inside, no chrome was showing, but after a nice power wash, polish and a detail look how much it changed.
Here are all the steps I did to get it to the descent stage is in now.
-Remove spare tire from it's storage compartment.
-Wash, clean & detail spare tire using Gloss-It Signature Tire Gloss on both sides.
-Wash, polish & wax spare chrome rim.
-Vacuum and wipe clean spare tire compartment.
-Pressure wash all the WeatherTech FloorLiners.
-Blow all the air vents with the air gun.
-Brush all the hard to reach places with either a detailing brush or/and detailing swab.
-Brush all the carpets to loosen up all the dirt before vacuum.
-Vacuum the entire interior.
-Clean all the leather using Gloss-It Leather Cleaner.
-Polish all the leather using Gloss-It Leather Polish.
I still have to clean and put back the molded MOPAR rear organizer with all the necessary junk to have on the jeep.
And then wash the jeep again...
Let me know what you think...
I will be offering this complete full interior detail as one of my packages and that's including shampooing all carpets.
Look how dusty and dirty the vents were...
Different vent on this pic but they were all the same as dusty and dirty.
Looking better now after being brushed and clean with the detailing sponge swab...