How To Super Clean Cloth and Leather Seats

Publicerades den 19 nov 2020
Learn how to clean and detail stained cloth and leather seats in your car. In this video I show you how to clean really dirty cloth seats with mud and stains in them as well as slightly dirty cloth seats which still need to be cleaned! I will also show you how to clean leather seats and use the corect leather cleaner and leather conditioner. The Super Clean series is about attention to detail so not only are we cleaning the interior but we are protecting it.
The key to SuperCleaning the interior is using detailing brushes, a good vacuum, and just paying attention to the little details.
Carpet and Upholstery Cleaner:
Extractor Vacuum:
Leather and Vinyl Cleaner and Conditioner kit:
Detailing Brush kit (including the vent brush):
Interior Plastic/Vinyl High Gloss Protectant:
Microfiber Towels:
Steam Cleaner:
Shop Vacuum:
How to Super Clean your Carpets and Headliner:
SuperClean Exterior:
SuperClean Engine Bay:
SuperClean Windshield:
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  • I like your videos but they are way to long. They weed to be 7-10 minutes long

  • 19:34

  • Awesome as always, cheers

  • What type of extractor are you using?

  • Ily so much for being so thorough, your videos help a lot!! I really need to detail my car but the ppl who do it in my town are so expensive!! I’d rather buy the tools I need and do it myself from now on so THANK YOUUUUUU🥳🥳

  • Be very very careful removing seats out of the car. Only do it as a last resort and if you do it make sure you hand start the bolt before you put in in. You should also know the torque value and use a torque wrench to verify that the bolts are torque back to factory specs. If you are detailing someone else's vehicle DO NOT REMOVE THEM without a liability release!!! A cross threaded bolt or one not torqued to the proper value and the seat comes out of loose in an accident and it could be catastrophic!

  • You help people

  • "HERE'S THE BEFORE AND HERE'S THE AFTER " Man i like the way you say it...

  • TOP MARKS CHRIS. ANOTHER JOB WELL DONE👍🏾👍🏾👍🏾👍🏾👍🏾🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥👏🏾👏🏾👏🏾👏🏾👏🏾🙂🙂🙂🙂🙂

  • Chris "Soapy Watter" Fix

  • How do I clean leather dash

  • Would this take the color off of seats? I have the blue sti seats and i dont want the blue to come off

  • I've never heard it called an extractor vacuum. Always heard it called a portable steam cleaner, or portable carpet cleaner. Mine works exactly like yours but is called a portable steam cleaner by Bissell. Is there an actual difference, because it doesn't look like it?

  • Hey Chris how can I remove water stains left behind by my machine

  • Now "ChrisFix" _heated_ leather seats (the kind with the air holes in them).

  • Please add English subtitles

  • i love all your videos

  • Do you treat Ford’s ActiveX like leather?

  • Could I use an oxiclean and febreze solution on my cloth seats?

  • Can we have more driftstang vids?

  • This is actually a video about patience.

  • Does chrisfix drive his car naked???

  • Most people wouldn't do this much detail cleaning so I'm amazed that we're still alive.

  • Watched a couple videos now and sub'd. Regards the seats ; you don't seem to mention torque when putting them back in.

    • My bad ; just saw you point out that they need the makers torque.

  • How do you clean under the seats of your jag?

  • about perforated leather seats?

  • 11:00 I'm pretty sure no human has ever used an extracter vacuum with the seat belt 🤣 Its really fascinating how thorough you are

  • @chrisfix I just posted a comment but I don’t see that it popped up so I’m going to repost as I really need some advice if you’ve ever ran into the same or a similar issue. I took out the passenger seat first just to make sure I’ll be able to get it out and get it back in without any problems and I did. It was clean and I was happy, about two days later my key fob stopped working as did my door locks and dome light. After some looking on SEnewss I found out it was the #35 fuse. Happy that it was just a blown fuse I replaced it and everything worked, sometime later that day it all quit working because the fuse blew again. Do you know what the issue could be and what I could do to find the underlying issue? The car is an ‘06 Jeep Liberty. Thanks in advance for any and all help!!!

  • @ChrisFix, Could you tell me just what Soapy Wooder is? I don"t mean would be safe. Can I use like a weak solution of Dawn, vinegar and water. Sounds like a douche. HAHAHA Just wondering and trying to save a little money. Thanks

  • Hey @ChrisFix, I just wanted to let you know that I just discovered your videos on SEnewss. You"ve inspired me to deep clean my vehicles. When I get around to doing it I will definitely send you some before and after pics. Thank you so much for sharing your expertise. Right now I have some spring cleaning around the house that hasn't been done in the 16 years since we moved in this house. So some of your expertise will come in handy there too. Thank You again! Rusty

  • Your mechanical repair and cleaning videos are very helpful and fantastic! Do you have a suggestion to remove little blood stains on leather (auto) seats? Thanks!

  • My car: super clean!! Thanks SEnewss recommend list on my SEnewss so isaw so I watched this vid is legit

  • What about if you power seats?

  • I just wanted to clean my seats by sucking all the dirty otter out of it like Chris said but somehow I ended up getting charged for animal cruelty :( and the judge said "ask Chris to fix that." Just before dropping the hammer.

  • But where did he get those gloves?

  • At this point i just want to drop my car off and come back when its done lol

  • Would this technique be safe for Alcantara seats ?

  • You are awesome!

  • Don't stab the leather with the vaccum. Open it with your fingers and hit it with the tooth brush followed by the vacuum. You the Man Chris.

  • This worked tremendously for me. Thanks so much for posting

  • SEnewss randomly recommended these videos and I have just watched all of them regarding this vandalized car . It was so satisfying I couldn’t stop watching. Great work !

  • ?ppl can't

  • Chris, thank you for good, professional videos. I ran accidentally into your videos, and I was impressed with the quality of your work. Besides the good tips of cleaning the cars (which I have not followed yet, but I will try), the quality of your videos, the ways you edit and present them, the attention to details, the close-up videos, the explanation of your trials and learnings, the extra detailed work you put in, makes the whole difference to a quality SEnewss instructional video. It is refreshing to see a good quality video on SEnewss. THANK YOU

  • 🥵amazing

  • 2:17 Chris: “Beautiful” Me:.

  • What is soapy wooder?

    • I was wondering that too

  • The most stressful part of washing a car for me, is not knowing how many microfiber towels I need, how long do I use one, do I just use new ones every time lol fucking towels 😂

  • Love the video 📷♥️ however my dirty car includes dog fur! It's everywhere and imbedded in the seat fabric. What's the secret to removing it?

  • That is beautiful. The differences are day and night

  • I wonder if the vandy watch these vids.

  • how to you get the facum tath you have

  • I love that you torque your seats down haha. That's real dedication right there. Your attention to detail and motivation to go the extra mile makes your videos very informative. Keep up the good work!

  • Would a wet/dry vac do essentially the same thing as the extractor vac or is the extractor vacuum stronger?

  • Seems like a prop set up on the dirty seats

  • Tape off and Heat gun on the red plastic as well! Great vid as always!

  • you are a maniac... :))))

  • Leather at 13:22

  • How can I clean my seats without the special vacuumer ?

  • 19:30 Before and After

  • Not remotely sure why I watch these videos, but I think they’re a a substitute for something I’d actually like to do, but lack the time and ambition

  • Wayyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy too much loctite. Just sayin, shit ain’t free. Don’t use five times the amount you need bro.

  • i'd use a pressure washer.

  • i super cleaned my car and a couple others for some quick easy cash, thx for the video Chris!

  • Thanks, great video, Now get your butt over to my place and clean my car. Please?

  • 13:02 OMG its a REVENANT!!!!

  • I like when you say “ Ohhhh look at this just like that “ 😂😂😂😂😂😂

  • hey, great video! How would you clean faux leather seats? Is it still the same process?

  • lacking an extractor, I think I'll just sell the car

  • In your other video where you clean the carpets, you spray them down with protectant after cleaning. Would you recommend doing the same with the seats?

  • Thank you for making this series.

  • After watching a few of the videos, I'm already a big fan. Awesome work ChrisFix you made my job easier.

  • Excellent!!

  • Love the video as always! I have a 2015 Chrysler 200s with the heated and vented seats. Are there any steps I’d need to do differently because of those components?

  • My man! here to the rescue ! Nice vid.

  • Is Oral-B okay?

  • I just need to know if the vehicle sold already and for how much. It’s killing me.

  • Just watching this alone makes me want to become a cleaner xD

  • Extractor link please

  • For the leather seats if you use a vacuum MAKE SURE the end of the vacuum doesn’t have any jagged plastic edges, sand it down if it does, so you don’t rip/scratch the leather seats

  • What gloves do you use?

  • How would you clean suede seats?

  • Do you manufacture your own microfiber towels? It seems like you got a lot of supplies a towel for every seat lol.

  • Wow

  • Do you own stock in "Micro Fiber" towels ?!?! 😀 Nice job on these videos.

  • Hello ChrisFix will your same process apply if the cloth seat has a heated/cooled element to it???

  • Just cleaned my seats with my Kärcher SE4002. The water it extracted was literally BLACK...

  • "Today's video is sponsored by Maguire's"

  • Awesome video! I was wondering if you have any tips on how to get pet hair out of the carpet inside the vehicle? I love my dog but I hate the hair he leaves behind after going for a ride.

  • I watched 3 of your interior lips thus far and they all are very informative. Of course you have talked so much about the Hoover Spotless carpet remover “extractor” I just bought one. Can’t wait to use it.

  • Recline the seats!

  • I wonder how her sister reaction when she saw the interior of her car😱

  • finally found the perfect video to watch while online class

  • The foam on those seats will take forever to dry. That rear door panel didn't get like that with use, that was done on purpose...

  • You made whole youtube look boring in compare. Nice video tho👌

  • Wow so much energy :D (Y)

  • dirdy wooder

  • Not sure how I came across your videos but I am so glad I did. You give me some great ideas and advice for car care. Keep up the great work!

  • Excellent way to generate income or second income

  • Today I followed your superclean videos cleaning the interior of my 13 years old car. It looked somewhere between your sister's car and the vandalized one. Now it looks like new. Thank you for the videos. It took me 7 hours, but totally worth it!

  • I'm glad i've watched this video because i need to vacuum my car and learning on how to remove the seats to have more space to deep vacuum my car