A cold Good Friday morning was booked for some upholstery cleaning on a Ford S Max.
The customer had mentioned that soon after the car was purchased from a second hand Ford dealer, the upholstery started to look very dirty. This is the usual case with poor quality valeting and the dealer had charged my customer extra to have the upholstery “Superguarded”
Having worked in the motor trade i can hand on heart say the Superguard products are rubbish!
Anyway… here is a short video showing some of the various stages, before shooting i vacuumed the seats, and once the cleaning had been completed i applied the nano protector which protects the fabric against liquid spillages, premature wear and permanent staining.
The surrounding plastic trim was wiped down, engine running with heaters blowing to accelerate drying, by the time i had finished and packed up the fabric was almost touch dry!
The fabric protector requires a full 24 hours to fully cure!