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How to get sweat stain out of car seat

If you’ve ever been in the backseat sweating like a athlete, you know how embarrassing and frustrating sweat stains on the car seat can be.

Are you one of those people who love to work up a good sweat during your workouts? If so, you’re probably used to staining your clothes and other belongings with perspiration.

But what about your car seat? If you’re not careful, that sweat can actually leave a nasty stain on the fabric.

Thankfully, here are a few tips on how to remove them. (Plus, how to prevent them from happening in the first place.)

Sweat stains on the car seat are often very unpleasant to look at and are usually the cause of bad odor inside the car.

The accumulation of sweat can become a problem for your health and hygiene. Bacteria produced by sweat can cause itching, skin infections and allergies. This is why keeping the car seat clean and fresh is essential.

If you already have sweat stains on your car seat, how can you remove them quickly and effectively?

Easy and inexpensive methods to remove sweat stains from your car seat

Below, you have two solutions with ingredients that you often have at home and with which you can effectively remove sweat stains.

The first one is with vinegar: you can use an empty container of some cleaning product that has run out (remember to recycle) and fill half with water and the rest with vinegar.

Dampen a cloth such as cotton or microfiber with this solution and scrub the stain, preventing it from getting bigger. Then rinsing off with warm water.

Finish by spraying some fabric protector onto your car seat to make sure sweat stains don’t come back!

Vinegar is a natural antibacterial and its degreasing power makes it perfect for removing sweat stains from the seat.

You can also use baking soda: to remove the sweat stain from the car seat, prepare a mixture of two tablespoons of baking soda and a few drops of water to form a paste.

Put some on the sweat stain, leave it on for 1 hour and then remove the baking soda with a clean cloth.

If you have some on hand, use hydrogen peroxide. Pour it over the stained area and let it sit for a few minutes before rinsing it off with warm water. Finish by spraying the seat with a fabric protector to keep it looking new for longer.

How can you keep your car seat from getting stained with sweat?

Try using a stain repellent spray on it once every few months or so that will help keep stains from setting in over again.

The smart choice is to prevent your car seats from getting stained from the constant sweat that accumulates.

Choose to invest in a quality and durable car seat protector like SeatFresh. It’s made from breathable materials that don’t retain moisture as much, so they’ll stay clean and fresh no matter how many hours or minutes of the day they sit there being used.

After the gym, you’ll be sitting in the seat sweating like an athlete but with the peace of mind of keeping your car clean and fresh at all times.

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