How do you clean mold from car seats?

I noticed some mold in the back seat of my car, and I’m super grossed out! How do I clean the mold off of my seats?

Will Baldwin · Updated on
Reviewed by Shannon Martin, Licensed Insurance Agent.
Mold is definitely gross, but it’s easy to deal with as long as you have the right ingredients! For car seats, you’ll want to start with vinegar.
Take a spray bottle and fill it with white distilled vinegar. Spray it directly onto carpets, seats and any other moldy areas.
Use a scrub brush to massage the solution into the affected area. Feel free to spray more if needed. Make sure to let it dry completely before using it again.
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Best of luck, and happy cleaning!
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