Many people suffer from covid-19, but don’t know where they get the virus. According to many researches, cars are the key sources of the germs. There are reports that the average steering wheels has four times more germs on it than that of typical public toilet seat.
We use car for everything, shopping, transporting kids to and from schools, sharing rides with family and friends, and more. It is hard to know who has the germs and bring them to your car. The best way to prevent you from the germs are regularly sanitize your car.
It is apparent that individual circumstances vary based on your driving routine. Think carefully your entire driving process and focus on your vehicle touchpoints, such as keys, door handle, steering wheel, dashboard, seat belts, and gear shifters. Another important site is the air in the car, which is constantly being sucked over and circulated inside the car. If there are germs in the car, air provides perfect transmission medium.
Your vehicle can be filled with all kinds of nasty stuff, in addition to the old french fry or lost banana peel that fell between the seats. It is no doubt that there are billions of germs by coughing and sneezing.
It is easy for you to clean what you can see within your car. Use a vacuum and clean the carpets, seats, trunk, and even the roof.
Once all the dirt is gone, it is time for a good interior clean. There are many car interior cleaning products. You can find many of them in your home and don’t need to do any extra shopping. Here are some example:
- Soapy water. You can make your own by filling the bucket with warm water and adding a few drops of liquid dish soap.
- 50/50 mixture of vinegar and water.
- Lemon juice, vinegar, and water mixture
- 70% isopropyl alcohol.
- Car interior cleaner.
- Disinfectant wipes.
- Lysol spray.
- Hydrogen peroxide and water for air vents.
- Air purifier.
- Car shampoo.