Stains In The Car: You Shouldn’t Remove Them Yourself

Just like in your home, spills occur. In the car, with kids, dogs, long trips, food, stains are bound to happen, from tracking in something on your shoe to spilling coffee or juice, a leaking pen, makeup, these stains happen. Your car is important; you need it to get around, to work, to take the kids to school, to run errands, to go on holidays. You love your car, and you want to keep it clean, but you also don’t want to become that dictator who won’t allow food, drink, pets etc. in their car, and says – don’t forget to wipe your feet.

Stains happen

While you can try and avoid it as much as you can, it can be still stressful when a stain or mark appears.

So, you have found a ballpoint pen mark on your leather seat, or coffee has just spilt on the carpet. What do you do? Do you hire a professional to come and take a look – and work their magic? Do you try and remove it yourself or do you look to Google for the answer?

Good question

It’s best to give your local car detailing service a call and hire a professional to handle it for you.

You need to make sure your stain is taken care of as soon as possible, the longer you leave it, the harder it will be to remove it. The best thing is to reach for the phone and organise for a professional to come as soon as possible. Only best professional car detailers know how to remove stains effectively from leather, carpet, vinyl, materials and more. Not only do they know what they are doing they have all the proper equipment and stain removers, so you’ll end up with your car looking showroom perfect like there was never a stain there in the first place! Professional car detailers also have access to the very best products on the market to tackle any and all stains.

It’s the special tools and equipment they possess that makes all the difference when it comes to removing a stain, especially if it is a difficult stain. Your professional will know how to treat any stains or marks leaving you with a result you’ll be very happy with.

Remember that for most stains – including both in your car and around the house – a do it yourself option, isn’t an option at all – you can run the risk of making the stain worse not better. What you may read about online isn’t necessarily the right solution for you, it may not be a good fix and instead ruins more of the area for you. You will be a LOT happier having a professional look at and treat the stain or mark for you, it will reduce your stress, and you’ll know the problem is being handled properly.


The last thing you want to do is to make the stain bigger, professional car detailers know what they are doing, and they understand how important your car is to you, and that you want the job done correctly.

Occasionally you might not even realise a stain is there until you find it the next day, or days, later. Being unable to attempt to sort it at the time. Stains that have been left, will, unfortunately, become more difficult and stubborn to remove. If you find a stain like this – don’t touch it. Call your professional car detailing service to come and take a look; they will be able to help.

Remember it’s better to leave the stain or mark alone, you don’t want to make it worse. Depending on the stain removal isn’t always as easy as just buying a supermarket stain remover and letting it do its job. You could end up removing the colour from your upholstery or mat, and once that happens, there isn’t much anyone can do to fix it.

Professional car detailers know what they are doing, they have the knowledge and the tools/products to treat the stain or mark without causing any damage to your carpet, leather or upholstery. Remember that all carpets aren’t the same, they can be made from different materials and will react differently to products. What works on one carpet will damage another – only professionals have the experience to know what those differences are and will use the right product for the right job.

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As a professional blogger he always tries to contribute to the online community and sharing ideas to the people.

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