To clean car seat belts, use a product specific for that material, extend the seat belt out and rub the product in with a microfiber towel. Repeat the process until the stain is removed from the car seat belt with cleaning advice from the owner of a car detailing service in this free video on car maintenance.
Hello, today we're going to talk about cleaning car seat belts. The car seat belt is an important safety device, so it's very, very important, that we learn to clean it properly, but what you don't want to do, is use any harsh chemicals, that will eat away at the material, in the safety belt over time, because when you need it in an emergency case, you want to make sure that it restrains you properly, and it functions the way the manufacturers intended, so it's very important that we use a chemical that's designated for cleaning that specific area of the car. The first thing you want to do, when you're cleaning the car seat belt, is to extend the car seat belt out, and see the area that's stained, or that needs to be cleaned. Then, you want to take your designated product, made for cleaning seat belts, and spray the area that needs to be cleaned. Let it set in there for a few seconds, and take a microfiber towel, and wipe that area, gently rubbing back and forth, until the stain is removed, and you're going to repeat that process, along the entire seat belt, gently extending it out, until you reach the end, and then letting it return to its normal resting position, and that's how you clean car seat belts.