It’s a good idea to give your car upholstery a thorough clean before using a protector spray. Vacuum any dirt or food crumbs from the seats and floors, shake out mats and wipe down windows with a micro-fibre cloth. Once you’re confident the interior is clean, it’s time to move on to the all-important protection!
Start with one coat, you can apply an additional coat for thicker fabrics (refer to our How to apply page for more details). Allow between 12-24 hours for the protector to dry, and you’re all set! Unlike mainstream fabric protectors formulated with toxic chemicals, our non toxic formula doesn’t require you to vacate the premises during the drying period.
For most standard upholstery and fabric surfaces we recommend using 3.3 fl. oz of fabric protector per 10 ft2 of surface. It doesn’t need to be exact, just make sure the fabric is saturated with product. Please note saturating does not apply for leather, suede and velvet. We recommend a light spray and then gently “buffing” the product into the fibres with a soft, clean cloth.
If you are unsure about the type of fabric you have or have any questions, send our friendly customer service team a message and include a photo of your fabric and we’ll do our best to help you.