After you’ve scoured your house from top to bottom with approved disinfectants to kill the coronavirus, now it’s time to tackle your vehicle. Chances are you’ve touched areas in the auto during your masked shopping sprees that need to be sanitized. And if someone you know has been in your car who has symptoms of the disease, or if you’re a taxi driver, you certainly want to sanitize more often.
Luckily, you probably have the proper cleaning products on hand that will get your car squeaky clean without damaging interior surfaces. But remember, a car’s interior is less durable than a kitchen counter or bathroom sink, so you need to proceed with a little caution, according to Consumer Reports. Whatever you do, don’t use bleach or hydrogen peroxide in the inside of your car.
“While they can both kill coronaviruses on surfaces, they will likely damage your car’s upholstery,” advises