At Scottsdale Maserati, it’s important to us that our Scottsdale customers stay safe — whether you’re grabbing groceries, picking up prescriptions, or topping off your gas tank. Preventing the spread of viruses and other harmful germs starts with knowledge, including how to sanitize your car — and how to sanitize a car for coronavirus without damaging the upholstery.
Read the guide below from your local auto exports at Scottsdale Maserati to make sure you’re doing everything possible when it comes to coronavirus preventative measures in your Maserati.
To effectively reduce transmission of the coronavirus, preventative measures are a must. Be prepared every time you step out your front door in Scottsdale with the following tips:
If you haven’t been spending much time out on the roads, you might want to know how to keep an unused car healthy!
Now that you know how to sanitize your car effectively with alcohol-based disinfectant wipes or sprays, you may be wondering how to clean leather car seats. Alcohol- or bleach-based cleaners may discolor leather, so you should use your usual leather cleaner designed specifically for Maserati seat materials. Hot water and soap will also work as a disinfectant. You might also invest in seat covers that are easier to clean. Accessories like seat covers and leather cleaner are available in our online parts catalog.
Wash your hands before and after cleaning your car interior. Put on a pair of nitrile gloves and clean your car interior with disinfectant wipes or sprays, focusing on the non-porous surfaces you touch most frequently:
Effective coronavirus preventative measures must also include periodic deep cleaning. Thoroughly clean the following surfaces:
The Scottsdale Maserati team is dedicated to helping you and your passengers stay safe whenever you get behind the wheel in Chandler. Contact our service center about DIY maintenance to keep your car running smoothly between routine visits, and explore more car-care tips from our expert technicians.