Leather car seats are a popular option. The upholstery looks great and is incredibly comfortable. Unfortunately, the material is also susceptible to mold. Whether you accidentally left the windows open letting rain in or it’s from spilled liquids, the mildewy look and smell are enough to make you not want to drive your vehicle.
You unknowingly stepped in an oil spill while filling your gas tank at the gas station. When you got back into the car, that motor oil transferred from your shoes to your car’s carpeting. Or as you checked the oil level under the hood, you got some oil on your sleeve and then got into the car and now there is an oil stain on the seat. What are some of the best ways to remove a stubborn oil stain or spill from inside your car?