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Coronavirus: How to Clean your Car Interior Properly

With the coronavirus crisis currently spreading across the globe, it’s important in a whole number of ways to follow the advice provided by the authorities and experts. This includes specific recommendations and instructions on how to disinfect our immediate environment - including the car we use. Of course, this is all the more important if the vehicle is used by large numbers of people, for instance taxis and UBERs, shared cars, etc. That even applies to us auto journalist hacks, who happily exchange vehicles week after week!

Even for us, the issue is therefore extremely relevant. The same applies if you’re about to buy a used vehicle. In short, there are many different situations.

Here then are a few useful tips that will help you keep the interior of your vehicle as free as possible from germs of all types, including of course the coronavirus. Note that the following information is taken from a report published recently by American website Autoblog.

The challenge
When it comes to disinfecting a vehicle's interior, the risk of undesirable chemical reactions can be a concern, as some ingredients in cleaning products can cause permanent damage to the materials and surfaces that make up the passenger compartment.

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