How To Remove Salt And Grit From Car Upholstery

Do you need to know how to remove salt and grit from car upholstery?

The video below gives a good home remedy for getting off those salt and grit marks left behind when kids (or adults) accidentally get their wet shoes onto the car upholstery or the back of seats.

She uses a mixture of equal parts white vinegar and water, put into a spray bottle, to get rid of those stains.

She merely sprays it onto the stained car interior and wipes off. When it dries the salt stains are gone from the auto upholstery.

Please tell me in the comments how these tips worked for you.

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