The Best Interior Detail in Portland
Been a while since you've last cleaned your car?
At Regular Joe's Detailing, I pride myself on my ability to get your car's interior in the best possible condition. That's why I offer our Interior Deep Clean service, which is designed to leave no stone unturned.
With my Interior Deep Clean service, I go above and beyond to get your car's interior looking and feeling like new. I use a variety of techniques, including scrubbing, steaming, compressed air, shampooing, and extraction, to get rid of dirt, grime, and stains. My goal is to clean everything that can be cleaned in your car's interior.
While I can't guarantee that every last mark, stain, or blemish can be removed, I will do my very best to reduce their appearance. I have years of experience dealing with a variety of stains and materials, and I've seen just about everything. So don't worry if you think your car's interior is "too dirty" to clean – I have the necessary tools, products, and expertise to handle just about any situation.
However, it's important to note that when it comes to scuffs and scrapes, I are unable to repair them. My focus is on deep cleaning your car's interior, not on repairing cosmetic damage. That being said, I will still do our best to reduce the appearance of any scuffs or scrapes to the best of my ability.
Ultimately, my Interior Deep Clean service is designed to give your car's interior the TLC it deserves. I know that a clean and comfortable interior can make all the difference in your driving experience, and I am committed to providing you with the best possible service. So whether your car's interior is just a little dirty or extremely messy, we're here to help.
Here's the process
The car is inspected for any areas that need special attention, personal belongings are bagged and set aside, and large trash items are removed from the vehicle
Using compressed air, and special tools, the carpet and seats are "blown out", removing the deeply nested dirt from the carpets that you normally can't get and leave it easily removable with a standard shop vac.
Stains are pre treated, then the carpets and seats are shampoo'd, brushed, and extracted with a commerical hot water extractor. Your carpets and seats will not be soaked, but they will wet and require some drying time.
If you have leather seats, we use a dedicated leather cleaning process to remove as much build up as we can, and then we recondition the leather to soften it and prevent cracking and stress marks.
Everything in the vehicle, from the trim to the door panels to the pedals, is scrubbed and cleaned, using the compressed air to get all the nooks and crannies
We pay special attention to the driver area, where things get the messiest. We make sure to clean the potential years of hand grease build up on the steering wheel, switches, and signals, as well as getting the tight spots around the cup holder, shifter, and radio.
Doing a final walk around the vehicle, we touch up the glass, screens, and mirrors, to make sure you have a easy time seeing the road.
Finishing up, the door jambs are cleaned, and a final vacuum is performed, getting anywhere we knocked loose.
I'm aren't here to judge you. Whether its been a year, or 10 years since you've last cleaned your car, I are here to take care of you and would be more than happy to do it.
Interior Deep Clean FAQs
How long does this service take?
This is one of my longer services, taking 4-6 hours depending on the size, the condition, and if I have a helper with me.
How long will it take for my seats and carpets to dry?
If it's relatively warm and dry outside, it should be 80% dry by the time we are done. If it's cloudy or raining, then it'll take longer to dry.
Can you remove every stain?
No. Due to the nature of some stains and the material they are on, they may have dyed the material. If that's the case, there is no amount of cleaning that will fully remove it although it will look tremendously better. We have the knowledge and expertise to handle most situations, but some stains won't come out all the way.
Do you remove the seats?
Depending on the situation, we may have to remove the seats to deal with a bad spill or a particular nasty spot, although we don't typically do so on 99% of our details.