Interior cleaning

Cleaning fabric upholstery and ceiling liner

Updated 11/10/2020

Cleaning fabric upholstery and ceiling liner

Use of textile cleaner is recommended when cleaning textile and nubuck textile materials. Clean as needed and treat stains immediately.

Important

Never scrape or rub a stain because this may damage the upholstery.

Important

Never use stain removers or strong solvents because these may damage the upholstery.

Cleaning textile upholstery

  1. Start by vacuuming the upholstery.
  2. Follow the instructions of the textile cleaner.
  3. When cleaning upholstery, a spray extraction cleaner is recommended for sucking up cleaning fluids and rinse water.

Important

Certain dyed clothing (such as denim and suede garments) may stain the upholstery. Difficult stains, like oil, can be difficult to remove.

Important

Always clean all of the upholstery, even if it only has isolated stains. This helps to prevent permanent water rings.

Note

Do not remove the upholstery when cleaning.

Cleaning the ceiling liner

  1. Carefully brush the ceiling liner using a soft brush.
  2. Follow the instructions of the textile cleaner.
  3. Then use a soft, lint-free cloth to wipe the ceiling liner.

Important

Failure to take care during cleaning could lead to damage to the ceiling liner.


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