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In wake of the Coronavirus, we are all cleaning, disinfecting and sanitizing more than ever.  But most household cleaners can RUIN vehicle interiors.

In this video Roadshow covers the best ways to clean and disinfect your car without damaging it.

Summary: No to bleach, yes to benzalkonium chloride; follow dwell time on bottle. Use on key fob, interior & exterior door handles, touchpoints - rearview mirror, wheel, knobs, touchscreen (careful with chemicals), seat belts, window tint blocks UV so lets virus live easier.

We actually have an antimicrobial cleaner in the works that kills viruses and eliminates odors. It has no alcohol so it's safe on car interior. It also protects surfaces for up to 24 hours. The issue? It's expensive to produce, so it wouldn't be cheap. Let us know in the comments if that's something you'd be interested in.

Discussion:
Frederick Willetts March 27, 2020

Thank You for the cleaning information. Where can I purchase these cleaners?
I have a 2015 Cadillac CTS and a 2002 Chevy Silverado.
Does my Silverado have a interior air filter?
Thank You

RED kiner March 27, 2020

YES!

Gary Brouse March 27, 2020

I believe it is essential to clean your car as we do with our household surfaces. Price is a concern but not compared to our health. I would like the profit margins kept as low as feasible since it’s a health concern to all of us.

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