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Carpet and Cloth Seats: Super Clean, Disinfect, Deodorize from pet hair and stains!


This video show a method I like to clean carpet and cloth seats from pet traffic throughout your vehicle. Super clean, disinfect, deodorize the interior of your car or truck. Pet hair, stains, dirt, grime, dander, etc….it all comes with the territory of taking rover for a ride in the family car. No worries…here is my favorite way to freshen up the interior of your ride.

42 thoughts on “Carpet and Cloth Seats: Super Clean, Disinfect, Deodorize from pet hair and stains!

  1. you should get a chihuahua like me, put it on a blanket in the front seat and voila, no dirty rear seat 🙂

  2. HIVERY GOOG JOB GUY, 
    WHICH PRODUCT DO YOU USE BEFORE STEAMER (THE CHAMPOO)

  3. Nice tips

  4. how long those it take for you to clean the interior of a car like that one ?

  5. Brian this was an excellent video. I know it’s old, but great nonetheless. Quick question if you don’t mind, what’s the name of the stone or item that you used to remove the dog hair? Thank you in advance?

  6. & enter the dog again in 1 ride hair every were but We love are Pets

  7. I have learned a lot from your videos, great job

    1. I am happy if they help a bit!😃👍

  8. great video again.love the pumis stone trick.pretty cool.u do amazing work…

    1. A great tool for pet hair.👍

  9. You’re a detailing beast Brian. Great work as always. I’d love to spend some time in your shop learning from you.

  10. I want to know how do you clean the leather you k ow when it look like it’s turning white in spots is that the coating coming off

  11. Hey Brian, I have noticed in several of your videos it appears that you have a rubber-tipped vacuum nozzle. I am sure you probably have described it or talked about in another video that I obviously you missed it. Could you please give me the description or link to that? That would be extremely useful. Thank you in advance.

    1. They have those in a kit at Home Depot… second shelf above the floor models… that is of coarse if all stores are layed out the same.😁

  12. I’m surprised it hasn’t been asked yet, but what steamer were you using? Link if possible please?

  13. For dog hair you MUST buy a tool marketed in Australia called a ‘Schticky.” It is like a roller made of a very sticky elastic gel that you roll over the dog hair and debris. Once it is loaded up with hair you rinse it in warm water with soap and it becomes very sticky again. It’s also great for evening out the fibres of the carpet once cleaned. I couldn’t live without it anymore!

    1. I will look for that tool as soon as I get a chance!! We thank you for the tip!!👍🏻

  14. I meant the spray 10:1 & the foam?

    1. @Edgar Alicea I got mine from Amazon. You can get yours anywhere.

    2. Apex Detail I love your attention to detail. I like the no slack approach. Your videos soothe me

    3. Apex Detail I could get that where? the link? or Amazon?

    4. Edgar Alicea The spray was Tide Cold Water Clean cut 10:1. For odor control and stain lift.

  15. Good Video. I’m getting into this detailing hobbyist, what is the spray can that you used for the carpet and the back of the Jeep?

    1. Apex Detail Thanks.

    2. Great to hear Edgar! We are here to help whenever you have a question.

      It was a foam cleaner from Ardex

  16. Nice technique using air compressor, apc and microfibre towel to remove spots. Thanks for the video

    1. Glad it helps! Its a method that has done me well on tough stains!

  17. Great vid Brian. Are you using a light bar like mechanics use to aid in your filming or is it just the lights in the vehicle? Keep up the great work!

    1. I have a video coming out on them…Stay tuned! They are a god send to detailers and mechanics!!!

  18. Sir, I noticed that you use a compressed air for detailing, great idea and fixing to get one for my shop as well, your honesty opinion sir, for a budget cost, what compress would you recommend for starting out sir?

    1. Ok, so it will be an electric hook up. What horse power do you think you would need. That is something you need to figure out before we narrow down any further. You can pinpoint that by taking a look at the tools you will ned it to operate. The lower end being 25 horse power… higher end 100 horses.

    2. Apex Detail … in a shop sir

    3. Mickey… are you going to use it in a mobile detailing situation … or shop environment?

  19. It is the simple things hat one can easily forget: I never considered prespraying with cloth cleaner and steaming afterwards. Makes sense and will be added to my regimen.

    Thank You very much!

    1. So true Marcus… in this case, there were so many stains and odors… I had no other choice. 🤢

  20. Although u have a great detailing regimen I thought of something u should give a try: drill brush & compressed air for pet hair. Saw it on sporties mobile detailing! He’s great also! Check it out!

    1. Rich… its a carpet foamer from a small, local detailing company nearby… nothing special.

    2. Rich.. I ordered one as well… Iam ALWAYS open to new tools and methods! The Furzoff does an absolutely kick ass job on pet hair… I love it!

    3. I bought one of those drill brushes after seeing his videos, between that and adding lot more compressed air to my process I’m getting much more efficient.  Until recently I only had the rubber fur brush but ordered the stone.  WOW, that is way more effective on large areas of carpet than the rubber brush. Again, learning and getting faster. What foam are you using in this video?

    4. Alex …. here is the link to that video so others can see the tool you are referring to 👉🏻

      Feel free to post links to other channels here as I respect other methods and fellow detailers. Thats how I look at it anyways. Cheers!

    5. I looked through and found the tool you were talking about. A great tool indeed! Very good point Alex! 👍🏻 In this case though..I needed to add product to fight odor and lift very deep staining from Rover going to the bathroom on the cloth seats. Besides that… it would have worked well indeed! Great post!

  21. Another great one buddy! Kudos to another job well done! Cheers!

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