How can you get stains off of cloth car seats?

I was super hungry the other night and pulled into a drive-thru to get some grub. I was taking a bite out of my sandwich when I dropped it and got ketchup all over my seat. How do you get rid of stains on cloth car seats?

Sorry to hear you dropped your sandwich—that had to be a real bummer! Luckily, I’m confident we can help you get the stains off your cloth car seats without much trouble.
A great place to start is by vacuuming the seats to get rid of dirt and debris. After that, you can grab some club soda and carefully pour it into a spray bottle. Spritz the stained area(s) thoroughly but avoid soaking the seat. Blot the stain until the majority of the moisture has been removed. Repeat the process if necessary.
Once the stains are gone, use a clean towel to absorb most of the dampness. Then, allow a few hours for the seats to air dry completely before shutting windows and doors in order to avoid mildew or mold growth.
While you’re waiting for your seats to dry, check out the Jerry app to see if you’re overpaying for car insurance—there’s a good chance you are. The average Jerry driver saves $879 a year without ever having to sacrifice great coverage or fantastic service!
Chloe Jenkins
Answered on Nov 10, 2021

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