Important to finish strong
Now that your entire interior has been deep cleaned, protected and is looking great, what can you do now to maintain this nice, clean place to be? A good start would be to keep some alcohol hand rub in the car and use it as often as you like (we have just created one that can be purchased from our website soon). If you find you’re getting into your car with dirty hands, some baby wipes in the glove box can be handy too - use a baby wipe to get dirt and grime off your hands, then use some alcohol rub before you touch your steering wheel or other parts of your interior.
We have created a few new products to kills germs, viruses and bacteria in an effort to do everything we can for our customers during this time.
First one is an antibacterial spray that’s safe to use on all interior and exterior surfaces for the home or car. Not only that, but it will inhibit further bacteria growth on any hard, non-porous surfaces - we’ve named it Far Cough.
We’ve also put a lot of work into an alcohol hand rub named Sanisfaction, which we make here in our shed by hand, even with the ethanol alcohol coming from our own still! This is an alcohol hand sanitiser (latest batch we have now bottled is 80% by volume, so it's pretty bombed up!) that will kill 99.9% of the germs and other micro nasties on your hands, with a pleasant fragrance, that will leave your hands feeling nice and fresh.
The last one we’ve made is our the Hand Relief antibacterial soap to be used as a normal soap with water. Really soft on your hands for those with sensitive skin and uses Quat based technology to ensure super clean and sanitised hands, helping to keep Rona at bay.
Grab the Far Cough and spray a few sprays into a clean and dry Dirty Deeds cloth, then wipe over all of the surfaces in your car you want to protect. No need to over saturate, just a nice, even coat. Allow this to sit on the surfaces for 10 minutes while it works away, then come back and wipe over all of the surfaces once more with the damp cloth, then finish up with a final wipe with a clean and dry Dirty Deeds cloth.